"The X Factor" UK 2015 will enter third week of Live Shows this Saturday with the remaining top nine finalists performing again live with the hope of advancing to the next round.
Live Shows week 3 is themed "Movie Week" which means the remaining top nine acts will perform songs from movies. A report by Flashbitch (via TellyMix) claimed that the 4th Impact from Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's GROUPS will take on the song, "Queen of the Night" by Whitney Houston from the film "The Bodyguard." It is also reported the group may sing "Don't Let Go" from Set It Off, Paint It, Black from "The Last Witch Hunter."
It went on to claim that Max Stone may perform Aerosmith's "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" from "Armageddon" or "Kiss The Girl" from the "Little Mermaid."
However, The Telegraph has reported that 4th Impact will sing "Work It Out" by Beyonce, Reggie 'N' Bollie - "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men, Che Chesterman - "When a Man Loves a Woman" by Percy Sledge, Lauren Murray - "Licence to Kill" by Gladys Knight, Anton Stephans - "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston, and Max Stone - "Purple Rain" by Prince OR "Secret Garden" by Bruce Springsteen. It went to claim that Mason Noise may perform "Men in Black" by Will Smith and Monica Michael - "(Bang Bang) My Baby Shot Me Down" by Nancy Sinatra. There is no mention of Louisa Johnson's possible song choice.
It may be noted that "The X Factor" organisers are yet to confirm the song choices.
Interestingly, a report by Mirror has claimed that Lauren Murray from Rita Ora's GIRLS was spotted leaving the contestants' mansion. The report suggested that she was upset after the elimination of her friend Kiera Weathers and refused to perform in Live Shows week 3 but it is not confirmed yet.
It is still not sure if there will be double elimination last week or only one will be sent home.
Acts that will perform on Saturday are:
Nick Grimshaw's BOYS: Che Chesterman, Mason Noise
Rita Ora's GIRLS: Louisa Johnson, Lauren Murray, Monica Michael
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's GROUPS: 4th Impact, Reggie N Bollie
Simon Cowell's OVERS: Anton Stephans, Max Stone