X Factor 2017 finalist Grace Davies won’t be singing original songs throughout the live shows.
The 22-year-old musician has so far performed original music at every stage at the competition – bar bootcamp’s Wall of Songs twist.
And it’s got her all the way through to the live shows, which kick off next weekend.
But Grace has told fans that she will be singing covers in the live shows, and has already got her first TWO song choices prepared.
“We know what we’re doing for week 1 and week 2,” Grace told followers on Instagram Live tonight, following the latest episode.
Girls’ mentor Sharon Osbourne put Grace through despite struggling with the performance.
“I said it was hard for me to watch, and I meant it,” Grace tweeted afterwards. “Really sorry that it was my weakest performance and I let you all down xxx #XFactor”
At the end of tomorrow’s episode, we’ll know the full list of Top 12 finalists in the live shows, plus those who didn’t make it.
As well as Grace, Rai-Elle Williams and Holly Tandy are also now all in the live shows of The X Factor 2017 in the Girls category.
Meanwhile, in the Overs category, it was bad news for Talia Dean, Slavko and Berget Lewis who were all sent home by Nicole Scherzinger.
However Nicole said yes to Kevin Davy White, Matt Linnen and Tracy Leanne Jefford who will sing live next weekend.
Sunday night will see the final three acts in the Groups and Boys revealed.
The contestants competing are Simon Cowell’s Groups: The Cutkelvins, Rak-Su, Sean & Conor Price, Jack & Joel, Lemonade and the New Girl Band.
And Louis Walsh’s Boys: Lloyd Macey, Leon Mallett, Spencer Sutherland, Aidan Martin, Jack Mason and Sam Black, who replaced Anthony Russell who quit.
The X Factor 2017 judges’ houses continues Sunday night from 7PM on ITV.