X Factor 2016 latest! Song choices, winner's song and backstage gossip...

Latest X Factor 2016 news and gossip


Here's your Saturday morning round up of all the latest news, spoilers and gossip from The X Factor 2016.

- SPOILERS! Tonight's X Factor song choices have been confirmed ahead of the live show tonight.

- The X Factor's winner's song has already been recorded by the current finalists, with a different selection of tracks.

- It's been claimed that Sharon Osbourne has 'virtually zero contact' with her acts this year. No wonder she can't remember their names.


- Latest act to leave Ryan Lawrie has revealed the TRUTH about contestants miming on the live shows.

- Saara Aalto has a mega mash up ready for tonight, as she and the other acts each perform twice for the first time this year.

- The latest X Factor charts are in! Who was number 1 this week after the Movie themed performances?

- With just five acts left, the competition is heating up behind the scenes between the remaining contestants.

- On that note, favourite Matt Terry has said Honey G is his biggest competition, despite her appearance in the sing off.

- Hoping to bounce back from the bottom two, Honey G has a total of FOUR songs planned for tonight.

- Former X Factor judge Cheryl has revealed why she's hoping Honey G WINS the show, even if she doesn't watch it any more.

- One X Factor fan has bet £3,000 on Honey G going this week, missing out on the final at Wembley Arena by just one week.

- Ed Balls has declined Honey G's offer of a dance off, which she made during last weekend's live show.

- Former X Factor host Olly Murs has slammed rude and disrespectful acts from his time on the show.


- Honey G has spoken out about being bullied her whole life because of her Jewish heritage.

- The X Factor 2016 continues live this Saturday night at 8PM on ITV. 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 in play!

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