Here are the X Factor contestants' songs for Motown week (including what Honey G is performing!)

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X Factor has announced what songs the contestants will be singing for this week's second live show, which has a Motown theme.

Excited? Us too!

Honey G, The X Factor
8 October


We all want to see Honey G, right?

Let's start with Honey G because, let's face it, we ALL want to know how she's going to put a rap twist on Motown classics. Her song is 'No Money No Problems'. We can't WAIT to see what she does with it.

Will she win Simon Cowell over once again? After her performance of Tupac's 'California Love' during 'Express Yourself' week she had the head judge admitting he'd absolutely loved it!

She certainly looked confident when she arrived at rehearsals on Friday!

Four of Diamonds arriving at the X Factor Studios, in London, for their first live show.
14 October 2016


Four of Diamonds at Friday's rehearsal.

Meanwhile, Four of Diamonds make their live show debut with the song 'You Keep Me Hangin' On'. They were drafted in this week to replace Brooks Way, who left the competition after allegations surfaced about Josh's personal life.

Here's the full song list:

X Factor's Overs: Relley C, Honey G and Saara Aalto

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The Overs: Relley C, Honey G and Saara

Relley C - Ain't No Sunshine

Honey G - No Money No Problems

Saara Aalto - River Deep, Mountain High

Saara Aalto was in last week's first sing off after landing in the bottom two alongside Bratavio. All the judges bar Bratavio's mentor Louis Walsh chose to save her.

X Factor's Groups: Bratavio, Four of Diamonds, 5AM

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Groups: Bratavio (eliminated), Four of Diamonds, 5 After Midnight

Four of Diamonds - You Keep Me Hangin' On

5 After Midnight - Get Ready/Reach Out I'll Be There

Four of Diamonds were originally sent home by Louis at Judges' Houses, which was pretty controversial as it meant no girl bands in the live shows. They came back this week to replace Brooks Way.

X Factor's Boys: Freddy, Ryan and Matt

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Boys: Freddy, Matt and Ryan

Freddy Parker - Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Matt Terry - I Heard it Through the Grapevine

Ryan Lawrie - Superstition

Freddy was in the bottom three last week: a new twist this year means the three finalists with fewest votes are revealed each week and viewers can then vote via the app to save one of them from the sing off.

X Factor's Girls: Sam, Gifty and Emily

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Girls: Sam, Gifty and Emily

Sam Lavery - Hello

Gifty Louise - Rockin' Robin

Emily Middlemas - Stop In the Name of Love


The X Factor airs Saturday at 8pm on ITV.