X Factor 2016 results: Honey G and Emily Middlemas to face the sing off?

Tonight's X Factor 2016 results

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Honey G and Emily Middlemas are the early favourites to be voted off in this weekend's X Factor 2016 results.

Last week Ryan Lawrie lost his place in the competition and his girlfriend Emily could well be next.

Going into this weekend, just five singers remain in the running to be crowned The X Factor 2016 champion with the final at Wembley Arena very much in sight.

Those still left in the contest are Nicole Scherzinger's final Boy - Matt Terry - and Simon Cowell's lone remaining Girl - Emily Middlemas.

They're joined by Sharon Osbourne's remaining Overs - Honey G and Saara Aalto - and finally Louis Walsh's lone remaining Group - 5 After Midnight.

Last Sunday the Jukebox chose 'Louis Loves' theme for Saturday night's live show but that wasn't all with acts signing twice for the first time this year, also choosing their own song selection.

Standouts included the 'flawless' Matt and the 'schermazing' Saara, while Honey G had to cope with stage invaders during her performance.

Emily took on Britney Spears' Toxic as one of her tracks while 5 After Midnight belted out Uptown Funk in a night of good performances from all the acts.

Which makes predicting Sunday's latest result most difficult: Currently Honey G is the narrow favourite to leave with Emily tipped to possibly join her in the sing off.

It would be Emily's first appearance in the bottom two but she may well not be there at all, with Saara also a potential contender for elimination.

Only Matt Terry can really relax with the favourite to win safe as houses to make the semi-final.

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Sunday night at 8PM on ITV, the latest results will see another act leave, as well as performances from Clean Bandit and Busted.

Sunday evening will also see the Jukebox wheeled out again to decide next weekend's theme, with 80s and Christmas still to be chosen.

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