Yup, Honey will be performing a mash up of Vanilla Ice's 'Ice, Ice Baby' and Queen's 'Under Pressure'. We are SO looking forward to this, you?!
Two songs may be a tough job to pull off, but there's no doubt Honey will have us all talking after her performance. She's already proven that Motown is no issue for a rapper to take on, so Diva Week should be no biggie for her, right?
Honey seems to think so, the hopeful looked on top form as she arrived at rehearsals this week. Maybe that had something to do with totally winning Mr Simon Cowell over.
Since the live shows started two weeks ago, he has confessed that Honey G is his "guilty pleasure."
Honey's mentor Sharon Osbourne, meanwhile, was full of praise for her too. She recently said about her act: "She's a lovely lady and she loves what she's doing and is having the time of her life. She absolutely is. Her talent is that she's brave, she's living the dream – absolutely living the dream – and she makes people happy."
But what will Honey be facing as competition this week? Here's what her fellow contestants will be singing:
Relley C - Natural Woman
Honey G - Ice, Ice Baby/Under Pressure
Saara Alto - Oh So Quiet
Sara found herself in the bottom two again in week two. The judges' vote went to deadlock and Saara kept her place in the competition as Freddy Parker received the fewest public votes and was sent home.
Four of Diamonds - Lady Marmalade/Bang Bang
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 replaced Brooks Way in week two of the live shows.
Five After Midnight - Valerie
Matt Terry - I'll Be There
Ryan Lawrie - Rolling In The Deep
Sam Lavery - Earth Song
Gifty Louise - Lay Me Down
Emily Middlemas - How Will I Know
Oh, we do LOVE a Diva track!
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