X Factor's Chris Maloney has promised viewers another belter of a track this weekend.
The cruise ship singer has become known for his big karaoke numbers, and with the guilty pleasures theme it seems like it's Chris' time to shine.
He teased on Twitter last night: “Can’t wait, the song its a belter, its guilty pleasures week xx”
And after another rough week in the press, Chris gushed about his fans and followers: "Ello guys, just in rehearsals, going great! Just wanna say a BIG THANK YOU to u all, really think your all amazing. Love u all xx "
Saturday night will see the six remaining acts covering their secret favourite tracks ahead of the big final in Manchester next month.
It seems like some of the facts will be going out of their comfort zone in order to make it through Sunday's latest elimination, with Ella revealing she'll be putting another twist on a classic.
Speaking at the Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part Two premiere last night, which was attended by all of the finalists, Ella teased: "I can give you some little insider facts."
The teenager, who has already wowed with tracks by everyone from Katy Perry to Cher, said: I'm doing a song that absolutely everybody knows, but nobody's ever heard it sung this way. It's exciting."
Also speaking at the event, James Arthur revealed he would singing a love song in a bid to win the female voters over!
"I'm going to be doing a love song - a real song. So hopefully girls will like it," he said.
Speaking to DigitalSpy, James admitted he wasn't hoping to win the show but rather simply to make the final four and the final.
"It would mean a hell of a lot to me to make the final. I really want to be in the final. I don't think I'll win this competition. I just want to make the top four to ensure that longevity," he said. "I think if you finish outside that four, it's difficult to get that longevity."
The X Factor continues with its live shows this weekend with a guilty pleasures theme.
Sunday's results show will feature performances from Alicia Keys and Olly Murs, as well as one more act being given the boot.