X Factor UK S11E20 – Week 3 – The Results

It’s time for the results!

Sarah - Wexford Has Talent
Sarah - Wexford Has Talent

Tonight’s episode starts at 8pm GMT, 9pm CET, 4pm EDT, 1pm PDT.


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Europe set the clocks back for 1 hour early this morning, so tonight’s show will be 1 hour later for the American viewers. OneRepublic and Ed Sheeran are tonight’s guest performers.

Dermot starts the show with a cold open again. Peter Dickinson’s long intro follows. Only one act leaves tonight.

Next, it’s time for Dermot and the judges to grace our screens.

TOP 12 sing Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be”. Jess Glynne lent her vocals to the original.

It’s time for a long recap.

OneRepublic is appearing on the X Factor for the first time. They perform their new single “I Lived”.
Ryan Tedder co-wrote Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” and Ella Henderson’s “Ghost”.

The lines close after the break.

We are back and the lines are now closed. The judges think Lola, Jake and Stevi are in trouble tonight.

Ed Sheeran is performing next. Ed is close with One Direction and he wrote several songs for them. Tonight he is performing “Thinking Out Loud”, his current single.

Results after the break.

It’s time for the results! The judges join their acts on stage.

Fleur East
Stereo Kicks
Lauren Platt
Ben Haenow
Andrea Faustini
Lola Saunders
Jay James
Paul Akister
Stevi Ritchie
Jack Walton

Bottom 2:
Only The Young
Jake Quickenden

Jake Quickenden sings “Red” by Daniel Merriweather.

Only The Young sing “The Winner Takes It All” by ABBA.

The judges vote:
Mel B sends home Only The Young.
Louis sends home Jake Quickenden.
Simon sends home Jake Quickenden.
Cheryl sends home Jake Quickenden.

Jake Quickenden is leaving us tonight. Hurrah!

John Legend and Cheryl Fernandez Versini perform next week. The performance show on November 1st will be Halloween themed.

‘He’s like family to me!’ Mel B sobs as her X Factor hopeful Jake Quickenden is sent home in third round of eliminations
With his good looks and alluring persona, it seemed as though Jake Quickenden had a long road ahead of him on The X Factor as his fan-base rapidly increased.

But on Sunday, his dreams were shattered as he became the fifth act sent home in the third round of eliminations, after facing off with Louis Walsh’s group Only The Young.

And while the tattooed hunk was visibly disappointed to learn of his fate, his mentor Mel B struggled to contain her emotions as she broke down in tears.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘I wanted to try something different!’ Ed Sheeran smartens up in white shirt and black waistcoat as he performs on X Factor
As he continues to dominate the pop charts with his seemingly endless string of hits, Ed Sheeran has taken steps to smarten up his image.

While the redhead singer has won over fans and critics alike with his musical stylings, he now appears to be striving for acclaim in the fashion world, given his new look on Sunday night’s X Factor.

Performing his new single Thinking Out Loud, Ed wore a white button-down shirt under a black waistcoat, teamed with slim-fit black trousers.
Read more: Daily Mail

Steady on, pet! Cheryl Fernandez-Versini wows in blue floor-length dress on X Factor… but TRIPS as she struggles to walk
It seems that Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is pulling out all the stops in a bid to redeem herself from her Kermit the Frog dress disaster from a week ago.

The brunette beauty wowed as she stepped out on The X Factor’s stage in an ice-blue Ermanno Scervino semi-sheer dress with NOA fine jewellery on Sunday night’s elimination show.

Brought in at the waist with a delicate silver belt, the gown boasted a mid-section peplum feature, descending into a flowing column skirt.
Read more: Daily Mail

Parka Life! Cheryl Fernandez-Versini hides behind fur-trimmed hood as she leaves X Factor studio with husband Jean-Bernard
She had left the X Factor studios the previous day looking chic while still dressed in her stunning, floor-length black gown.

However the same couldn’t be said for Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on Sunday when she ditched her sheer number for a thick khaki coat.

The hitmaker and mentor, 31 – who saw her two remaining acts sail through to next weekend – kept her fur-lined hood firmly up as she headed outside with husband Jean-Bernard.
Read more: Daily Mail

He’s lovin’ it! Andrea Faustini grabs fast food following The X Factor result show… as he reveals he wants to move to UK for good
While the judges often head off to the fanciest of restaurants following The X Factor results show, Andrea Faustini was happy with a trip to Maccy Ds.

The Italian contestant headed to the fast food restaurant on Sunday night, and reportedly ordered 20 chicken nuggets, though it’s unclear if he did the challenge.

The popular contestant certainly has a taste for British life after revealing he wants to move to London for good.
Read more: Daily Mail

Breaching the Trades Descriptions Act: ‘Saturday night at the movies’ week on the X Factor didn’t have much to do with singing or the cinema, by Jim Shelley
The ironic thing about The X Factor is that the closer it gets to the final, the worse it seems to be.

‘Movie Week’ was torture and a travesty.

After ’80s Week’ had featured the likes of 70s classics Imagine and Jealous Guy, the concept of songs from Cinema Soundtracks was so tenuous it was stretched to breaking point – and pointlessness – with songs such as Let It Be, Hey Jude, and Try A Little Tenderness that are basically just all-time classics rather than ever been famous for their connection with movies.

Not that tunes that we do actually associate with films like Frozen, Skyfall, and Dirty Dancing fared much better.

Here are the five main lessons we learnt from this week’s episode.
Read more: Daily Mail

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