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X Factor: Last six hopefuls head for the movies

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The six remaining acts in the X Factor will take viewers to the cinema this weekend as they return to the stage for movie week.

Emily Middlemas, who is now the only girl left standing after Sam Lavery was eliminated last Sunday, will be singing Roxette's It Must Have Been Love from Pretty Woman.

In the boys category, Ryan Lawrie will sing Elvis Presley's Jailhouse Rock, from the film of the same name, while Matt Terry will perform Sam Smith's Writing On The Wall from James Bond film Spectre.

Over 25s category hopeful Honey G will merge Will Smith's Gettin' Jiggy Wit It and Jason Nevins' It's Like That, which feature in Last Days of Disco and Keith Lemon: The Film.

The rapper said she was "ready to switch things up", adding: "It's going to go off in there".

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Saara Aalto will be keeping things classic with one of the most recognisable movie songs - Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On, from Titanic.

The last remaining group in the competition, 5 After Midnight, will Try a Little Tenderness with Otis Redding's song from The Commitments.