X Factor boy band Union J have revealed they've already got their song for club classics week.
It was revealed on the Xtra Factor this evening that next weekend would see the remaining acts singing some dancefloor fillers.
Union J, who avoided the bottom two in tonight's results, told Olly Murs and Caroline Flack on the ITV2 spin-off show: "We're going to pull something out of the bag, we've got the song down, we've rehearsed it all week. Now we're just going to make sure everything is on point like the styling."
Also through to club classics week are MK1, who teased: "We have a few plans in the bag, we're thinking what would work well for us, we're thinking of something quite modern but we want to bring back that urban vibe too."
The Overs category lost another member tonight as Melanie Masson became the second evictee of the show, but they didn't have long to dwell on it with another performance to rehearse for next Saturday night.
"We're gutted, I think next week they should pick on another category," Kye said. "It was horrible to see Melanie go. We're going to miss her, we've grown so close and we bonded together."
Discussing next week's show, Kye revealed: "I am just going to work so hard and try and raise the bar, I feel like I have got to come out fighting."
Chris added: "I feel upset for Melanie but I'm so happy to get through. The public and support from them has been... honestly, I can't thank them enough for picking up the phone, it's been overwhelming."
The X Factor 2012 continues next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV1.