Semi-Final Stress!

As the finalists sit and bite their fingernails, somewhere out there The X Factor votes cast by the Australian public are being counted and verified.

Tonight will be euphoric for three of the acts, and devastating for one.

In a matter of hours we will know who’s been voted through to next week’s Grand Finale, and as the crowds start to gather outside the studio, excitement levels are reaching fever pitch!

On top of the drama that tonight’s results will throw our way, we’ve also got a stellar line-up of special guests to keep us entertained.

In his first ever Australian appearance 20-year-old singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will be performing his international smash hit A-Team.

Florence And The Machine are also on the bill performing their new single Shake It Out, plus the legendary Stevie Nicks will take to the stage to sing Secret Love.

In tribute to Stevie, who mentored them this week, the final four will be singing a medley of Fleetwood Mac hits.

Let’s just hope they have some fingernails left by then!

Tune in tonight from 7:30pm for an unforgettable night.

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  1. Gio11:14pm Tuesday 15th November 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    I thought I was the only one who noticed that Mel B. has a foul mouth... you should remind her, anyone?

  2. Ms11:06pm Tuesday 15th November 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    Ohhh gotta be God damned kidding me @Catherine Gottfried!! Ya got that bloody right....fried right in the brain. If you think kids don't hear worse than what Mel B say's on X Factor dunno what planet you're living on love but get a reality check....if it was offensive then the old 'bleeper' would be in effect on Channel 7. You go Mel and keep on keeping it real without all the pretentious BS!! LMAO @ CG's comment but hey it's a democratic country and even you have the right to say what YOU want!! Here's a thought, either turn it off or the sound down when Mel's talking!!!!! :-O

  3. Catherine Gottfried09:11pm Tuesday 15th November 2011 ESTReport Abuse

    I feel Melanie Brown should keep her speech decent. Some of the language she uses is not appropriate. She took God's name in vain last night. Last week she also used inappropriate language to a 16 year old. Children may be watching this program. The language used should be appropriate for everyone to hear.