The X Factor 2016: Disco week song choices REVEALED

You’ll have to dig out your platform shoes, flared trousers and oversized sunglasses for The X Factor, as the song choices for this weekend’s disco-themed live show have been revealed.

There are currently seven acts remaining in the singing competition including Nicole Scherzinger’s boys Matt Terry and Ryan Lawrie, Simon Cowell’s girls Emily Middlemas and Sam Lavery, Sharon Osbourne’s overs Honey G and Saara Aalto and Louis Walsh’s group 5 After Midnight.

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Last weekend the Four Of Diamonds lost their place in the contest after a tense sing-off against Finnish hopeful Saara Aalto, who received a standing ovation from judge Sharon following her stunning performance of Jessie J’s Who You Are.

Now, ahead of the sixth live show of the series, the contestants and their mentors have selected songs for Disco Week, so here’s a rundown of who will be singing what on Saturday night:

For Nicole’s Boys category, Matt Terry, the current favourite to win, will be singing Best Of My Love with fellow contestant Ryan Lawrie, who survived the bottom three last week, singing Play That Funky Music.

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Elsewhere, representing Simon’s Girls category, Emily Middlemas will be singing Wishing On A Star and Sam Lavery will be singing the powerful disco classic I Will Survive.

Saara Aalto will attempt to bounce back from the sing-off with a super sassy performance of No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) for Sharon’s Overs, while Louis’ final group, 5 After Midnight, will be singing Boogie Wonderland.

And last but not least, Honey G – real name Anna Georgette Gilford – will be covering Stayin’ Alive by The Bee Gees (Yes, REALLY).

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The controversial rapper (from North Weezy) has already sparked outrage with her song choice, as one fan questioned on Twitter: “@TheXFactor @The_Honey_G how on earth is she gonna rap a bee gees song? (sic)”

While another added: “Here she goes again ruining another awesome bands music – love The Beegees so much, this is so wrong!”

And a third commented: “@TheXFactor @The_Honey_G all we know is whoever’s song you sing you’ll ruin it!”

Yikes – watch out Simon Cowell, it sounds like someone’s trying to steal your job!

The X Factor continues Saturday at 8pm on ITV.