X Factor 2016 spoilers! Song choices for Movies week REVEALED!

X Factor songs and songlist for Movies week


It's Movies week on The X Factor 2016 this weekend and the song choices are in - SPOILERS!

The full songlist for Saturday night, November 19 has been revealed so if you don't want to know who's singing what tomorrow evening look away NOW!

Last weekend saw the latest elimination of the series as another act went home in Sunday's results. It was Samantha Lavery lost her place in the competition after appearing in the sing off against Ryan Lawrie, his fourth time in the danger zone.

Now just six acts now remain in the running to be crowned The X Factor 2016 winner as the competition heats up.

X Factor 2016 songs for Movie week
X Factor 2016 songs for Movie week

Those that make it through this weekend will be into the Quarter Finals where typically each act will begin to perform twice each weekend.

But for now, this Saturday all the acts will be singing the one new song live before the public will vote for the latest time. The singers with the fewest votes face elimination in Sunday's results show.

This week the Jukebox decided on a Movies a theme and here are all the song choices for the live show...

X Factor 2016 song choices - Week 7 - Movies songlist

Matt Terry

Writing’s on The Wall - Sam Smith - from the movie Spectre

Ryan Lawrie

Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley - from the movie Jailhouse Rock

Emily Middlemas

It Must Have Been Love - Rosette - from the movie Pretty Woman

Honey G

It’s Like That & Getting Jiggy With It - Jason Nevins & Will Smith I - from the movie Keith Lemon The Movie / Last Days of Disco

Saara Aalto

My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion - from the movie Titanic

5 After Midnight

Try a Little Tenderness - Otis Redding - from the movie The Commitments

The X Factor 2016 airs LIVE on ITV Saturday, from 8PM with the performances.

Then on Sunday night at 8PM the latest results will see another act leave, as well as performances from Craig David and Alicia Keys.

Sunday evening will also see the Jukebox wheeled out again to decide next weekend's theme with Louis Loves still in play!

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