X Factor tour 2017 spoilers! What to expect from the live show...

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The X Factor 2017 live tour kicked off last night in Nottingham and here's what to expect from the show.

This year's live show kicked off in Nottingham last night as the top eight finalists from last year's series hit the stage.


They are winner Matt Terry together with finalists Saara Aalto and 5 After Midnight.

And they're joined by Emily Middlemas, Honey G, Ryan Lawrie, Samantha Lavery and Four Of Diamonds.


The format of the tour remains the same as it's always done: The finalists hit the stage with performances from last year's live shows, before the winner closes the night with their own set.

There are a few brilliant collaborations to get excited about, with Four Of Diamonds and 5 After Midnight pairing together for an amazing Spice Girls cover.

Lovebirds Ryan and Emily also duet, singing an intimate cover of Birdy's Wings to one another in the centre of the arena on the B Stage.


Emily also teams up with Sam and Saara on a belting performance of No More Tears that sees the girls singing in the audience before hitting the main stage together.

Other highlights include Saara being basically amazing in every performance, entering by floating up to the ceiling as she clings to balloons while singing Oh So Quiet.

It's not the only time that Saara rises above the audience, also performing her cover of Everybody Wants To Rule The World midair as well.

Another favourite of ours are the group numbers, with the finalists all sharing the stage to sing Sax and Cake By The Ocean.

What did you make of the tour? Give us your reviews in the comments below!

> X Factor tour 2017 set list and songs


The tour now moves across the rest of the UK and Ireland with gigs over the weekend in Birmingham, London and Liverpool.


The X Factor 2017 live tour then continues across the country into March with the final performances on March 16 and 17 in Brighton.

We'll have all the latest news and gossip from every date.

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