Superb Performances by X Factor UK Contestants on Week 6, November 10, with the Theme “Best of British”

The Top 7 X Factor UK contestants rendered superb performances on Week 6, Saturday, November 10, proving to everyone that they deserved remaining in the British reality singing TV show.

Last week Kye Sones was eliminated.

The songs performed by the Top 7 X Factor contestants with the theme “Best of British” were:

James Arthur – “Hometown Glory” by Adele

Union J – “Fix You” by Coldplay

Rylan Clarke –“If You Wanna Be My Lover” medley by the Spice Girls

Ella Henderson – “Written in the Stars” by Tinie Tempah

Christopher Maloney – “I’m Still Standing” by Elton John

District 3 –“Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton

Jahmene Douglas – “Angels” by Robbie Williams

The audience heartily applauded all the Top 7 X Factor UK contestants, with fans screaming their approval of their performances. Apparently, all 7 contestants did their best.

Early favorites Ella Henderson and James Arthur delivered splendidly, as expected, the songs “Written in the Stars” and “Hometown Glory” respectively. The rest of the X Factor UK contenders seemed to have caught up with them, however, with their sterling renditions of their assigned songs.

Special mention goes to Rylan Clark, who rocked the stage with his version of the Spice Girls’ song “If You Wanna Be My Lover.” It was different from the rest of the performances because it made most of the viewers sway to the beat.

Jahmene Douglas’Angels” also displayed his vocal capabilities, and showed the audience why he remained as a top contender on the X Factor UK show.


Jahmene Douglas
Image Credit: video capture/TheXFactorUK

District 3’sTears in Heaven” was poignant and showed their versatility. The group has a lot of promise.

Who will be voted off on Sunday, November 11? Watch out for updates as the X Factor UK show moves on to the final showdown.

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