X Factor 2013 songs: Tonight's final song choices revealed!

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The first song choices for The X Factor 2013 final have been revealed ahead of tonight's live show.

Last night saw Rough Copy bow out of the competition in the semi-final results, leaving just three acts in the running: Sam Bailey in the Overs mentored by Sharon Osbourne and Luke Friend and Nicholas McDonald, both in the Boys category, mentored by Louis Walsh.

The pressure is on now as the finalists will be heading to Wembley Arena at the weekend, singing live in front of 10,000 fans and millions of viewers.

This Saturday they'll be singing two songs each, including reprising their favourite past performance from the show.

The judges will each give their comments as usual, but it'll be the public alone who decides which two hopefuls make it through to Sunday's show and who ultimately wins.

Here's the X Factor 2013 final song list for tonight's first show!

X Factor 2013 songlist - Week 10/Final

Please note: Not in performance order

Luke Friend
We Are Young by Fun
What Makes You Beautiful by One Direction
DUET: Anything Could Happen by and performed with Ellie Goudling

Nicholas McDonald
Candy by Robbie Williams
Angel by Sarah McLachlan
DUET: Flying Without Wings by Westlife and performed with Shane Filan

Sam Bailey
Edge Of Glory by Lady Gaga
Power Of Love by Jennifer Rush
DUET: Any I'm Telling You by Jennifer Hudson and performed with Nicole Scherzinger

What do you make of tonight's X Factor song choices? Add your comments below!

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The top two acts in the public vote will progress through to Sunday's show, where they'll both perform this year's winner's single before one is crowned champion of The X Factor 2013.

According to the bookies however it's pretty much all over, with Sam the 1/4 odds on favourite.

“Sam is amazing, she cannot lose this and the Christmas One is looking good,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

The 34-year-old is also already being tipped to grab this year's Christmas number one, with odds of 1/2 this year's winner's song will top the festive charts at the end of the month.

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