The X Factor 2012 live shows continue tonight on ITV1, with a Number Ones special!
All eight remaining acts - after Lucy Spraggan quit The X Factor 2012 this morning - will be performing chart topping hits this evening.
An excited Union J tweeted: "whos getting excited for @thexfactor we areeeee x "
The group previously teased that their song choice would win over their female fans, and after appearing in the bottom two last week they need all the help they can get!
Meanwhile favourite [tag]Ella Henderson[/tag] is singing a bonfire classic to celebrate Fireworks night on Monday, saying: 'It's a massive song. It's quite modern but a favourite song of mine, I can't wait..'
But [tag]Jahmene Douglas[/tag] isn't convinced about his song choice.
The 21-year-old teased: “I’m a nervous wreck, I’m going to try and step it up but I’m not sure if I will”
He added: “I’m taking on a song by a very well known woman and I might just freak out!”
While [tag]Kye Sones[/tag] joked: "I’m going to be singing Mr Blobby, who was number one in 1994 I believe.”
Being serious, he went on to reveal of his song choice tonight: “It’s a song that summed up the summer, it’s a really happy fun song.”
[cat c="the x factor"]The X Factor 2012[/cat] live shows continue tonight on ITV1 with a Number Ones themed night.
The latest results show follows on Sunday evening, which will feature performances from Rita Ora and No Doubt, as well as one more act being given the boot.