Boy band Kingsland Road were voted off The X Factor tonight - much to the dismay of judge Gary Barlow.
The X Factor hopefuls sang their hearts out in front of an audience of thousands at Wembley Arena.
The Hillsborough tragedy tribute single has topped the charts to become the 2012 Christmas number one.
A market trader turned singer is challenging X Factor winner James Arthur's 'Impossible' and the Hillsborough charity single 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' for the Christmas number one spot.
Muhammad Shahid Nazir's 'One Pound Fish' sing has had over 6 million views on YouTube.
The Justice Collective (Hillsborough single) has been installed as favourite to land the number one slot for Christmas. William Hill offered odds of 1/50 for The Justice Collective (Hillsborough Single) to grab the top spot with The Hollies’ hit He Ain’t Heavy.
X Factor winner James Arthur is the 12/1 second favourite with his single Impossible.
X Factor winner James Arthur proved nothing is impossible when his debut single rocketed to the top of the charts. Impossible became the fastest selling single of the year so far, with 490,000 copies, according to the Official Chart Company.
He said: "To everyone from home and around Britain who bought the single, thank you very, very much. You've made my dreams come true.
"The fact that it was in aid of Together For Short Lives, which is a great cause and a great charity, I think that really helped.
"My Number one Award is going to go on my mantelpiece and I'll probably kiss it for two weeks solid every time I pass it!"
Thank you SO much to everyone that voted. This honestly is a dream come true.
And of course, a massive thank you to the best mentor @nicolescherzy ! Could not of done this without you. You are an inspiration x
X Factor winner James Arthur told ITV1's This Morning that he has "a lot to say" on his upcoming album and promised fans that he will have creative control over his work.
"I will definitely be having control over everything that happens, I will have creative control and the artistic license - if that's not the case, then I wouldn't put anything out that I didn't believe in."
James Arthur's single is ready to download from the internet now and will be "rush released" and in shops from Wednesday, an X Factor spokesman said.
All profits from sales of the single will go to the charity Together for Short Lives, which gives support to children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions.