Well, it wouldn't be The X Factor without a Motown-themed week, would it?
Going into week two of the live shows, the "totally random" show jukebox selected the fan favourite genre for the contestants' song choices, opening up stacks of potentially winning tunes to choose from.
It may be a tried and tested format for the ITV singing contest, but that doesn't mean we were sorry to see it back again.
-- KASHKUMAR (@KASHKUMAR) October 15, 2016
Time For The X Factor I'm Looking Forward To This I Love A Bit Of Motown ?
-- Amy? (@Amy_Broadley) October 15, 2016
Motown week! Yes X factor! Your doing it right ??
-- Mary Macmillan (@mary_macmillan1) October 15, 2016
However, there was some question as to whether all of the song choices actually fitted the theme.
X Factor it's Motown week so why is no one singing Motown songs....FFS
-- Hannah Jones (@HannahBaggins) October 15, 2016
Watched x- factor (unfortunately) I didn't know hello by Lionel Richie was a Motown song ????????
-- HabKat (@Habibakatsha) October 15, 2016
Bloody hell X Factor! Be ashamed.
Ain't No Sunshine is NOT Motown.
Motown isn't a generic coverall for 60s/70s RnB and Soul.
-- Leila (@Dystocalypse) October 15, 2016
But one thing we could all agree on was that 5 After Midnight did a brilliant job, with Simon Cowell telling them: "I only have one criticism - I didn't want it to end."
-- The 5AM Squad (@5AMSquad) October 15, 2016
5 After Midnight are literally the best act on X factor by farrrr ??#xfactor
-- ? jodie ? (@JodieKxo) October 15, 2016
Now we're just waiting to tick Abba week and UK vs US off our X Factor theme list.