Results Night and The Boys: James Arthur, Jahmene Douglas, Rylan Clarke, Tulisa and The Girls: Ella Henderson, Gary and The Over28s: Christopher Maloney and Louis and The Groups: “District 3” and “Union J” are all waiting to find out if they did enough to make it to the next round of the competition. Dermot comes out and says that Little Mix and Ed Sheeran will be performing tonight. The Finalists come out and sing a mash up of the Best of Britain.
“Little Mix” come out and perform their newest single and show that they are perfect still as a group and have fun on stage. Afterward, Dermot comes out and they talk about their number ones. They tell about how their time has been since winning last year. Tulisa says that her little muffins are all grown up.
Ed Sheeran comes out and sings his new single. He shows that he still has it as a performer and why he deserves the success that he has gotten and continues to get. Afterward, Dermot talks about the new album coming and congratulates him on all the success. He says that he likes James Arthur.
The results are in and the acts all make their way to the center of the stage. The five acts most definitely through to the next round are: James Arthur, Rylan Clark, Jahmene Douglas, Ella Henderson and Christopher Maloney. This means that it is the battle of the bands with “District 3” and “Union J”.
“District 3” comes out and sings “Just They Way You Are” by Bruno Mars. They harmonize and show the judges what they are best at.
“Union J” comes out and sings “Set Fire To The Rain” by Adele. They also harmonize and sing the best they can to show that they are not going anywhere.
They come back together for the judges to decide. Louis says that he is not voting and says that he is not sending anyone home. Gary says that in the past, “District 3” has been better, but “Union J” was great. He says that he is sending home “District 3”. Nicole says that she is going to send home “District 3”. This means that “Union J” is safe and “District 3” is going home. The episode ends. Written By David Sibert Share this article with your friends