Stop the press: Ryan Lawrie wasn’t in the bottom three this week. Whether or not he mimed Twist and Shout as per the social media allegations, it didn’t seem to matter a bit, since for the first time since memory began, he was called through to next week, without needing his teenage fanbase to save him on the app’s Lifeline vote.
Honey G also made it through and @tonysheps on Twitter summed up the current state of affairs in the UK
— Tony Shepherd (@tonysheps) November 6, 2016
Totally worth the tedium of her success however, was Honey G’s celebratory knee-slide in leather-ette trousers. I’ve already watched this too many times and I’m not going to stop any time soon.
— rach-T4-vanlife (@TrekRach) November 6, 2016
Alternatively, this. You’re welcome
Predictably Four of Diamonds were in the bottom three again – especially since them made me and a lot of other people let go, rather than Hold On, in Saturday’s performance. Sam Lavery joined them, only to be saved by the Lifeline vote, and the other sing-off participant was the infinitely superior Saara Aalto whose main crime against humanity in the show appeared to be a Japanese themed styling.
The sing-off was brutally one-sided, and this time the right contestants got sent home ie. Not-Little-Mix. Next week’s randomly selected jukebox theme is Disco and the entire country waits with bated breath to see what song Honey G will brutalise this time by bellowing her name all over it.