X Factor 2017: Grace Davies wows AGAIN with another original song 'Do It Better'

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Grace Davies impressed the X Factor judges with yet another original song tonight.

This evening was the start of the Six Chair Challenge for 2017 with the super competitive Girls category, mentored by Sharon Osbourne.

Each of the Girls took to the stage one at a time, battling for one of six seats which represent places at judges’ houses.

While the judges – and the live audience at Wembley Arena – will all offered up their opinions, it was up to Sharon alone to decide who got a chair.

One of those singing for a seat was the current favourite to win Grace Davies, choosing to perform another original song called Do It Better.

Grace, who has performed self-penned tracks at every stage of the competition, revealed her new song was a follow up to her bootcamp performance.

“This is the sequel to my bootcamp audition called Do It Better,” she explained. “This is how I felt a few moths after my break up still better but I realised I can do it better without him.”

“I’m definitely starting to believe in myself,” Grace added on the show tonight. “I need to fight for it now.”

After the performance, Simon Cowell raved: “I wouldn’t give you a chair, I’d give you the chairs, the table, the water, my tea, my prawn cocktail skips – that’s how much I like you.”

But it’s all down to Sharon Osbourne as to whether or not Grace can get a seat – and can keep it.

Another hopeful performing an original single on the show tonight was 20 year-old sandwich maker from Lancashire Kelsey Gill, who performed her own song called Scars.

Other girls singing for a seat in tonight’s show were Shanaya Atkinson-Jones sings I Know Where I’ve Been from Hairspray, Taliah Dalorto sings James Bay’s Let It Go and Deanna puts her spin on Emeli Sande’s My Kind Of Love

See who gets a seat – and can keep a hold of it – this evening when the Six chair Challenge begins.

The X Factor 2017 airs tonight at 7:30PM on ITV.

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