The remaining X Factor contestants will perform twice each during this week's live show as they battle it out for a place in the final four.
Each of the five acts will take on a track under the Louis Loves theme as well their own choice of song in an attempt to impress the judges and viewing public.
Favourite to leave is controversial rapper Honey G at 4/6, according to bookies Ladbrokes, after she was saved by the judges in last week's show.
Honey G - real name Anna Georgette Gilford - will perform two mash-ups in an effort to reach the final four, including a mix of MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This and Super Freak by Rick James.
The north London-born act will also sing a blend of Push It by Salt-N-Pepa and Black Beatles by US hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd.
The last remaining boy in the competition, Matt Terry, will take on former X Factor winners Little Mix's Secret Love Song Pt. II and Alive by Sia.
Matt remains the favourite to win the competition, priced at 1/2 to take the X Factor crown ahead of group Five After Midnight at 9/2.
The trio - who would be the first boy group to win the competition if they go all the way - will sing Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars's chart hit Uptown Funk and a mash-up of Justin Bieber's Sorry and Drake's One Dance.
Emily Middlemas, who saw her boyfriend Ryan Lawrie crash out of the competition last week, will perform Britney Spears's Toxic and Rag 'N' Bone Man's Human.
Finnish act Saara Aalto will be hoping to tempt fate with her Louis Loves song choice as she sings Abba's The Winner Takes It All.
Her second song will be a mash-up of two hit tracks, Shirley Bassey's Diamonds Are Forever and Marilyn Monroe's Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend.
:: The X Factor returns at 8pm on Saturday night.