They Call It Heartbreak Week for a Reason – The X Factor UK Week 13 Recap
With more emotions than any ballad, Love and Heartbreak week had us reaching for a hug as two more acts left the show.
There was no shortage of tears this week as our final seven were hit with a huge surprise… it was ANOTHER double elimination AND one contestant would be sent home Sunday night minutes after everyone’s performances. 4th Impact exploded onto the stage with an insanely powerful rendition of Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man” and Louisa Johnson wowed all of the judges yet again with James Bay’s “Let It Go”. However, despite having “the perfect song choice” Mason Noise let nerves get the best of him and was sent home Sunday night after just five minutes of public voting.
The following evening we were prepared for even more shocking moments and we were not disappointed. Our hosts revealed that the bottom two contestants who would battle it out in the sing off were Ché Chesterman and Anton Stephans. Both sang their hearts out, but with Nick, Cheryl, and Rita all opting to save Ché, it was Anton who was sent home. Check out the week in videos below and catch the next round of lives Sunday and Monday 8/7c on AXS TV!
There “Ain’t No Other” group like 4th Impact! The ladies delivered another flawless performance and earned a spot in next week’s show.
Simon Cowell was so blown away by this performance, he claimed that this was Louisa Johnson’s “moment”.
The X Factor UK’s bad boy, Mason Noise, didn’t quite live up to expectations and was sent home after this performance.
This was Anton Stephans second week in the bottom two, but unfortunately he wasn’t able to save himself this time and was sent home.
December 21, 2016
From duets with pop royalty, to a star studded contestant reunion, to the crowning of this year's winner, relive every moment of the finale with this week's recap with Ché Chesterman!
December 8, 2016
We're one step closer to crowning our X Factor champion, see who survived the semi-finals in this week's recap with Ché Chesterman.