X Factor 2017 spoilers! Song choices for tonight's bootcamp performances REVEALED

Tonight's X Factor song choices
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Here’s a run down of the X Factor 2017 contestants and songs from tonight’s first bootcamp show.

This year’s bootcamp is split into two parts, starting this evening with the so-called ‘wall of songs’ which first made its debut on last year’s series.

Contestants will face a wall which has 140 pieces of paper attached.

There are a total of 35 individual songs, each appearing four times.

On host Dermot O’Leary’s signal, the acts race towards the wall and fight for the song choice they want. The contestants that have chosen the same song will then group up to work on their performance of the track.

They’ll then take to the stage to sing for the judges and other contestants before the panel immediately decide who to put through to the next stage, the arena auditions in front of of a live audience.

Here’s a run down of tonight’s contestants and their Wall of Songs song choices…

Tonight’s X Factor song choices

Kevin Davy White, Tommy Kendall, Rebecca Kelly, Anthony Russell
The Beatles – Let It Be

Brad Howard, El’Tee, Elysa V and Sam Black
Bruno Mars – Locked Out Of Heaven

Taliah Dalorto, Georgina Panton, Peter Warwick, The Cutkelvins
Marvin Gaye – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Harry Davidson, Scarlet Lee, Jack Smith and Daniel Quick
One Direction – History

Aidan Martin, Liia, Caroline Widdows, Jodie Woolcott
Clean Bandit ft. Zara Larsson – Symphony

Ginny Lemon, Doctor Woof, Russell Jones, Descendance
Dead Or Alive – You Spin Me Round

Natalie Lomax, Alisah Bonaobra, Rai-Elle Williams, Gaga Lord
Mariah Carey – We Belong Together

Grace Davies, Lloyd Macey, Gregor Coleman, Spencer Sutherland.
James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go

Deanna, Chelsea, NQ, Rebecca Grace
Beyonce – Love On Top

Chloe Rose Moyle, Karen Mullan, FAE, Holly Tandy
Elle King – Exes & Oh’s

Charlie Cammish, Riley Peters, Jack Morgan, New Dynamixx, Rak-Su
Bruno Mars – 24K Magic

The X Factor 2017 airs Saturday night at 8PM on ITV and continues Sunday night at 7:30PM.

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