X Factor 2017: Who will leave next? These contestants are in danger!

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The latest X Factor 2017 live show is looming and two more acts will go.

But who will be next to leave?

This weekend is based on the music of George Michael and after the latest round of performances more contestants will be heading home.

A planned quadruple elimination has been CANCELLED but still two acts will be sent packing after viewer votes.

As in the first two weeks, the performances will be split over the Saturday and Sunday nights although who is performing when has yet to be confirmed.

Jack & Joel.
Jack & Joel.

The sing-off remains axed with the public poll alone deciding who stays and who goes.

As things stand a number of acts could be at risk.

Jack and Joel, Simon Cowell’s Wild Card group, are one of the the favourites to go as well as Sam Black in the Boys category.

Matt Linnen in the Overs and Girls’ Alisah Bonaobra also need to win over fans with their live performances.

But at the other end, Rak-Su are the new X factor favourites after they topped the Saturday night public vote for the second week running.

The foursome’s original songs have been going down a storm in the charts with their latest ‘Dimelo’ hitting Number 1 on iTunes.

Kevin Davy White’s odds have also shortened, after he won Sunday’s public vote and the second Prize Fight.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented, “Rak-Su continue to impress and as they shorten to the new 10/11 favourites and previous favourite Grace Davies drifts out to 5/2, they are beginning to run away with the competition.”

rak su x factor

She added, “Kevin Davy White is most certainly one to watch after his take on Santana Ft. Rob Thomas’ Smooth saw him clinch the Prize Fight and force traders to drastically cut his odds from 50/1 into 10/1.”

The X Factor 2017 continues this Saturday at 8:10PM and Sunday night at 7:30PM on ITV

Guests stars performing will be One Direction’s Harry Styles and Paloma Faith.

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