It’s a real conundrum who actually leaves this week after solid performances from all acts last night. According to the judges, Marcus stole the show last night, however Little Mix, Misha and Janet all got good feedback from the judges. Who goes tonight? It’s tough but we are going to do our best to make a selection for tonight’s elimination.
Craig Colton has seen plenty of money put on him overnight, and is now the 11/8 favourite with Ladbrokes to say his farewells tonight. Although singing perfectly well, his song choice was considered a wrong decision. The tiniest mistakes at this stage can do damage you your chances of winning, and in Craig’s case it may simply be down to song choice.
Little Mix couldn’t have been more impressive last night, and have now established themselves as genuine contenders to become the first girl band to win the X Factor. Performing a track by En Vogue, their harmonies were tight and they showed a real command of the stage. Little Mix had great media coverage last week and it would be very surprising to see them outed tonight. Little mix are a huge 20/1 with Ladbrokes to leave this evening.
Misha B once again proved how consistent she is with her cover of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Have Nothing’. Her performance couldn’t be faulted but she remains the second favourite for departure tonight at 5/2 with Ladbrokes. It’s clear that the public are not sure of her personality, and at this stage everything counts. Misha will be lucky to escape the bottom two sing-off tonight.
Craig Colton 11/8
Misha B 5/2
Janet Devlin 7/2
Amelia Lily 6/1
Little Mix 20/1
Marcus Collins 33/1
Amelia Lily is 6/1 with ladbrokes to leave. However the audience got behind her, and after getting so much votes to return last week, it’s highly unlikely that she will be leaving just one week after her re-entry.
Janet bounced back last nice with a nice performance of ‘Kiss Me’. She has yet to prove her versatility over a number of genres, and as mentioned before has suffered in her performances for the last fortnight. She is definitely in the danger zone of becoming a bottom tow act. Her elimination odds for tonight are 7/2 with Ladbrokes.
Marcus Collins was once again classed as the performance of the night, which makes him justified favourite to win the contest. He is peaking at the right time, and there is no chance of him being dragged into elimination proceedings tonight. If you fancy a shock, he is 33/1 with Ladbrokes to leave tonight.
Misha B to be eliminated 5/2 with Ladbrokes
Misha has been involved in bottom two sing offs far too often, and tonight may be her last. She is likely to come up against a sing off debutant, and unfortunately for her, lose out this time.