It's The X Factor 2016's Quarter Finals live tonight here are all the song choices and spoilers.
What are the contestants singing? Who's left in the competition? And which guests are performing this weekend? All is revealed!
Tonight's X Factor 2016 contestants
Last week Ryan Lawrie lost his place in the competition, following in the footsteps of Sam Lavery, Four Of Diamonds, Gifty Louise, Relley C, Freddy Parker and first eliminees of the series Bratavio as well as Brooks Way, who left the competition 'by mutual consent'.
Now just five remain: Those left in the contest include Nicole Scherzinger's final Boy - Matt Terry - and Simon Cowell's last girl - Emily Middlemas.
They're joined by Sharon Osbourne's remaining Overs - Honey G and Saara Aalto - and finally Louis Walsh last group - 5 After Midnight.
This week's X Factor theme
There are TWO themes this week: Louis Loves and Own Choice.
The final five will each be singing twice, with a song of their choosing and one picked by Louis...
As always, all the acts sing live on Saturday and then the public will vote. The life line vote has been axed meaning the bottom two with the fewest votes are going straight into the sing-off.
Tonight's X Factor 2016 songs - Week 8 - Quarter Finals!
Little Mix - Secret Love Song (Louis Loves)
Sia - Alive (Own choice)
Britney Spears - Toxic (Louis Loves)
Rag 'N' Bone Man - Human (Own choice)
Can't Touch This + Super Freak - MC Hammer + Rick James (Louis Loves)
Push It + Black Beatles - Salt-N-Pepa + Rae Sremmurd (Own choice)
The Winner Takes It All - ABBA (Louis Loves)
Diamonds are Forever + Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend - Shirley Bassey + Marilyn Monroe (Own choice)
5 After Midnight
Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars (Louis Loves)
Sorry + One Dance - Justin Bieber + Drake (Own choice)
What time is The X Factor on tonight?
The X Factor 2016 airs LIVE on ITV Saturday, from 8PM with the performances.
Who's performing on Sunday?
Then on Sunday night at 8PM the latest results will see another act leave, as well as performances from Busted and Clean Bandit.
Sunday evening will also see the Jukebox wheeled out again to decide next weekend's theme, with 80s and Christmas still to be picked.