With all acts performing last night, our resident X Factor tipster Emily has played back all the action from last nights live show and is now ready to pass judgment on who she thinks is going to be in the bottom two and who will ultimately say goodby in this evenings live elimination show.
Firstly may we say that we hope this weekend is the first and last time we see Alexandra Burke. Just an obstructive person in our opinion, who hardly has the right to pass judgment at this stage in her career.
On to the performances. In our opinion Kitty Brucknell was the performance of the night. A superb stage show, and managed to sound fantastic all the way through with absolutely no tuning difficulties. If Kitty were to be even in the bottom two this week it would be a farce. Kitty can be backed for elimination at 9/1 with Betfred.
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Frankie Cocozza made some form of recovery last night. It finally dawned on both him and his mentor Gary Barlow that he would have to change the way he performed, as his voice alone cannot be relied on. Bring in the attitude, swagger and semi dressed women on a huge bed……..Jackpot!
Frankie is not out of the woods yet though. He is still likely to be in the bottom two and have to perform a sing-off. He is 7/4 with Betfred for elimination tonight.
The favourite to be booted tonight is Sophie Habibis. Not even considered an elimination contender this week before her performance, we can understand quick turnaround into the most likely to go tonight. Her performance was dreary for not the first time.
She was summed up perfectly by Gary Barlow who said that she has one of the best voices in the competition but there is just no variety. This may prove to be her downfall and she is priced at Evens with Betfred to be leaving this evening.
Other acts should be safe this week, with Little Mix priced at 12/1 to be leaving, and everyone else at 40/1 or above.
Janet Devlin will make the final no question about it, bur we didn’t like her performance last night. We thought her voice was pretty shaky and out of tune… Only for the judges to say she was fantastic! We dont know what happened there.
Frankie Cocozza to be eliminated 7/4 with Betfred.
It may well be Sophie and Frankie in a sing off. Sophie is the better singer by far and it would be her first week in the bottom two. Frankie has already been involved in the bottom two and will probably only be saved my his own mentor Gary Barlow.