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Saturday, 12 December, 2009

Stacey Solomon out – Joe and Olly in the Final

Filed under: Stacey Solomon

It’s the final weekend of the X Factor 2009, and today one act had to leave – that act was Stacey Solomon.

Stacey, or ‘Dagenham Stace’, as she was generally known, was gracious in defeat, saying that she was proud to come third in the competition.
Stacey had earlier performed with crooner Michael Buble.

Olly Murs and Joe McElderry are through to the final proper tomorrow night.

Wednesday, 9 December, 2009

Celebrity Duets for the X Factor Final REVEALED!

This weekends X Factor is to be split over two days, with all three acts singing on Saturday, and the final two in a sing-off on Sunday.

On Saturday, the acts will be joined by the now traditional celebrity pairings, and here’s who you can expect to see:

Stacey Solomon + Michael Bublé
Oly Murs + Robbie Williams
Joe McElderry + George Michael

Sunday, 6 December, 2009

Danyl Johnson out – Joe, Stacey and Olly in the final

This week saw the semi-final of X Factor 2009, and the exit of Danyl Johnson after he polled the lowest number of votes from the public

“I may have gone out in the semi-final, but I’ve gone out to some of the best people I’ve ever met” was Danyl’s gracious response when told of the result. Simon Cowell was impressed with Danyl, saying he had “gone out on a high”.

Danyl’s exit means that Olly Murs, Stacey Solomon and Joe McElderry are in next week’s final.

Friday, 27 November, 2009

Song Choices for Elton John/Take That Week

This week everyone is singing two songs – one by Elton John, the other by Take That. With John and Edward’s departure leaving Louis out of the running, will Dannii be eliminated with the exit of Stacey Solomon? Or will Simon or Cheryl lose another act?

Here’s what they will be performing:

Stacey Solomon
Something About The Way You Look Tonight
Rule The World

Joe McElderry
Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Could It Be Magic

Lloyd Daniels
I’m Still Standing
A Million Love Songs

Danyl Johnson
Your Song
Relight My Fire

Olly Murs
Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
Love Ain’t Here Anymore