Etienne stats Steed Stevie Nicks Stoke Stunner subaru Sulumani Chimbetu Summer Camp Sunderland suv Swansea Sweden Switzerland Tarantino tata taxi Taylor Swift Technology tesla test The Avengers The Voice UK tips Top clean sheet Top Gear Top goal scorer Tottenham Toure Toy Toyota Transfer news Trevor Dongo Troian Bellisario Tulisa Contostavlos tv tv application Twist and Shout UK Ukraine Union J United Kingdom US used cars Valencia Video Vienna Villarreal Vin Diesel vintage volvo vw Waffle House Wallender watch live watford Wenger Wentworth Miller West Brom West Ham Wolfsburg workshop X Factor X Factor USA xfactor XFactor UK Xhaka Youtube Zim Artists Zim Celebs Zim Dancers Zim Music Zim Preachers Zim-Dancehall At least it's now even - with three in each category after Carolynne failed to impress voters sufficiently and found herself at the bottom of the pile last week. Admittedly she did scream in tune but it was all a bit over the top and the end decidedly dodgy.
The song was clever, not as jokey as the drinking number she's famous for now, and will surely be an album track before long if her contract permits (which it probably doesn't) so it'll be nearer Christmas.
I'm not a big fan and I'm not sure how many voters are. He may have rescued himself near the end when he was right in his best range and sounded good. Christopher's and MK1's unpopular-sounding performances may just save him, as should the judges if it comes to it. Jade, Melanie and Kye should thank their lucky stars for another week. Dermot raced through the acts that were safe - he had ten of those and calling out District3's name between Ella's and Lucy's was the first surprise.
If so then when one does eventually go that could well seal the deal for the other. Forgettable song last week, despite an excellent makeover. Accentuating the tone of her voice that distinguishes her but that also showed the notes that she didn't make which was a shame. Great voice and production - I just wish he'd hit the high notes better in the first half. It should be Christopher going home but might be District 3 or MK1 getting the close shave. If SYCO were looking for headlines in the tabloids, a mass of Twitter messages and to hit as many other publicity buttons as they could to boost ratings then they did a good job with this show.
After all the bad news she'd had in the week, and in 'Love and Heartbreak' week, she does a cheery song. Remarkably well done as if she'd written it herself. Charlie's great but even her style makes this version of I Want You Back weird. He doesn't wind up the show but he does wind up Gary by starting sing one of the Barlow numbers. Starts then stops and is very relaxed in swapping from number to number in this weird mash-up and way OTT production. Groove Is In The Heart was never in tune in the 70s so he could get away with some dodgy bits but actually was not at all bad. Being 'in no particular order', putting Union J on the safe side of the stage was predictable as they may well have had one of the biggest votes, despite a lacklustre performance last night.
She seems very much on her own in this competition - that might help her but she needs to make her own space somehow, like Rebecca did. That's right, for sure, and I think she knows it but there's nothing to stop two girls being in the final four. She gets a shoulder pat from Dermot instead of heady patting which sends her off before he's had a chance to read out the voting number so he has to call her back. The bloke in the group puts on some sort of comedy act this week. Clear favourite to go at the start of the show but now looking safe with the bookies, at least! Tulisa, in an attempt to catch up with the million points already scored by Nicole this week, says Melanie was in MILF mode. Union J, Christopher, Carolynne and Ryan were the four left standing.