Last week he was in the bottom two but on last nights show James Arthur was back as he performed two songs.
The contestants had to pull of two performances that where in the style of ABBA and Motown legends.
James took to the stage to perform a twist on ABBA’s 1975 hit SOS.
The judges loved both of his performances as all gave him good comments.
Rylan Clark opened this week’s show with his take on ABBA’s Mamma Mia.
Talking about the Essex boys performance judge Gary Barlow said:
‘I think we need to declare checkmate right now between you and I. It’s not my thing, I wouldn’t buy the record but it is week eight and you are still here.
‘I have to respect you for that, for coming back every week and putting on a show. I also have to respect that people are voting for you.’
All of the judges where impressed with their take on the song.
Jahmene Douglas was competition’ by Tulisa after he delivered an performance of I Have A Dream by ABBA.
Wild card contestant Christopher Maloney who was booed last week go cheers from the audience as he performed Fernando by ABBA.
Not a fan Tulisa said:
‘The staging was creepy, I didn’t understand why you were surrounded by people in their swimwear, I didn’t get it.
‘I am trying to stop myself from giggling because you want an honest critique but staging wise I did find it almost funny. Vocally I thought you sounded really good.’
President Obama is making Beth Ditto a really happy lady!
As the beautiful lady is planning on marry her long time lady,Kristen Ogata.
Beth told reporters:
“I’m getting married next year to my partner Kristen in June. She might be somewhere here, in the hotel, walking around. I’m doing it in Hawaii because my girlfriend is from there.”
Bethy is not the least bit afraid of the life time commitment. She admits:
“I was born to be married. I love the idea of being partnered forever. There’s not a thing we haven’t been through except for marriage.”
This is so so sweet they are so good together!!!
Its so lovely to see.
Adele‘s second album called 21, has pretty much taken over the world, and now, has surpassed Michael Jackson‘s Thriller on the UK’s biggest selling albums list with 4,274,300 copies sold – 500 more than the late king of pop’s 1982 classic!
Its still behind the Oasis‘ (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, ABBA‘s Gold, The Beatles with Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club, and at number one with 5.83 million copies sold,Queen‘s Greatest Hits!
This is amazing for our Adele!!
We are so happy for her.