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X Factor 2017 Six Chair song choices REVEALED: Boys' songs list

Tonight's X Factor contestants and songs

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Here are Sunday's song choices from The X Factor 2017 tonight as the Six Chair Challenge continues.

And up last in this evening's show are the BOYS.

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Mentored by Louis Walsh, the acts left in the category following bootcamp will sing one at a time for the judges and a live audience at Wembley Arena.

It'll be then up to Louis alone to decide whether or not they deserve a seat - and his decisions prove controversial.

But getting a seat is only one part of it as they'll also have to keep it as more acts hit the stage.

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Only once everyone has performed are those left sitting down safe and through to judges' houses.

Here are the songs the acts are hoping will get them through....

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Six Chair Challenge song choices

LLOYD MACEY
24 year-old student from The Valleys, South Wales.
Edwina Hayes - Feels Like Home

LEON MALLETT
22-year-old pub singer from Norwich. Originally auditioned with his brother Alex as a duo, ITG.
The Chainsmokers - Closer

ALEX MALLETT
18-year-old singer from Norwich. Originally auditioned with his brother Alex as a duo, ITG.
Plan B – She Said

ANTHONY RUSSELL
27 year-old singer from Liverpool
Joe Cocker – You Are So Beautiful

SPENCER SUTHERLAND
24-year-old singer from Ohio, USA.
The Pussycat Dolls – Don’t Cha

ENÈSI ZUBAIRU
20 year-old shop assistant from Kent.
Michael Jackson – Human Nature

BENJI MATTHEWS
17 year-old college student from Cornwall.
Original Song – Daydreams

GREGOR COLEMAN
24 year-old busker from Glasgow.
Coldplay - Yellow

Louis Walsh and the Boys
Louis Walsh and the Boys

AIDAN MARTIN
27-year-old barman from London.
Original Song – Point Of No Return

RUSSELL JONES
25 year-old nursing home singer from Wales.
Tina Turner – Fool In Love

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JACK MASON
18-year-old busker from Aldershot
Andra Day – Rise Up

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

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