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X Factor 2017: Will Grace Davies make it into the live shows?

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X Factor's Grace Davies has spoken about her time on the show so far - but will she make the live finals?

Grace is one of six girls in Sharon Osbourne's category through to judges' houses alongside Alisah Bonaobra, Deanna Mussington, Holly Tandy, Georgina Panton and Rai-Elle.

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And while Grace was giving nothing away about if she had made the live shows, she said it would mean "literally everything" to make the cut.

"Performing on a stage in front of as many people as possible is my home, that’s where I feel my best," Grace said. "It’s what I adore to do so to get through to the live shows where I’m not only performing for that studio audience but also being streamed into people’s living rooms around the country, it’s what dreams are made of."

Reflecting on time on The X Factor so far, Grace continued: "Without a doubt the Six Chair Challenge was the most insane thing I have ever done. It was that moment of realisation where you’re looking at six chairs and know there’s 20 of us left. I was so scared because I was surrounded by amazing singers."

Speaking ahead of judges' houses this weekend, current favourite to win Grace revealed her ambition was to play her music at the Royal Albert Hall.

Asked where she'd be in five years' time, Grace said: "I’d love to be writing music every day, recording, releasing albums and touring with my music. My absolute dream is to play the Royal Albert Hall, it’s such a prestigious venue, so beautiful. I’ve watched people perform there and it just has this mesmerising feel to it."

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She added: "I’m an emotional singer; I try and concentrate on portraying things I feel in a way that others can interpret in their own way, if that makes sense? I want people to listen to my music and relate to it. I wouldn’t like to compare myself to other artists but if I had to describe my voice it would be like London Grammar."

The X Factor 2017 judges' houses airs Saturday at 8:20PM and Sunday at 7PM on ITV.

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