Louisa Johnson performs "Let It Go" by James Bay on "The X Factor" UK 2015
Louisa Johnson performs "Let It Go" by James Bay on "The X Factor" UK 2015Screenshot from "The X Factor" UK YouTube Video

"The X Factor" UK 2015 is heading towards the end of the show with just three weeks or three performances remaining before the winner of the season is declared. The number of acts trickled down to just five last week.

Last week saw Mason Noise of Nick Grimshaw's BOYS and Anton Stephans of Simon Cowell's OVERS being sent home. The former was shown the doors after getting least public votes while the latter lost out to Che Chesterman of Nick Grimshaw's BOYS after their performances for survival.

Judge Simon Cowell is now left with no act in the competition after Anton's exit. On the other hand, Rita Ora and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini have two acts each in their respective teams while Nick Grimshaw has one.

Here is complete list of top five finalists who survived Live Shows 4 and is scheduled to perform live in the quarter-final this weekend:

Nick Grimshaw's BOYS

Che Chesterman: He took on the song, "If I Ain't Got You" by Alicia Keys for his survival performance against Anton Stephans. He survived the test by winning the support of judges – Nick, Rita and Cheryl.

Rita Ora's GIRLS

Louisa Johnson: She has turned out to be one of the favourites (perhaps favourite) to win the competition. She received heaps of praises from judges for her rendition of "Let It Go" by James Bay last week. It appears like she can win the whole thing.

Lauren Murray: She is the dark horse of the competition, getting stronger and stronger each week. She performed "We Belong Together" by Mariah Carey last week and it was a good performance. She deserves praises for having the guts to take on big and tough songs.

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's GROUPS

4th Impact: The energetic and talent sisters from the Philippines have been so consistent since their electric audition. They performed "Ain't No Other Man" by Christina Aguilera last week and it was another stunning performance.

Reggie N Bollie: The powerhouse duo proved Cheryl right for choosing them to stay in the competition. They may not be perfect when it comes to vocals but they never fail to bring the house down whenever they hit the stage. They performed a mash up of "Dangerous Love" by Fuse ODG and "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon last week and got the audience and judges on their feet.

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