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The X Factor: The Final

The three finalists return to sing live for the last time each of them hoping to impress the judges and viewing public. After each act has performed for the first time the phone lines are opened for the public vote. The eliminated finalists return to perform live on stage together.


Episode Info


Episode number: 4x27
Airdate: Saturday December 15th, 2007
Special Airtime: 07:15 pm
Special Runtime: 95 Minutes

Director: Jonathan Bullen


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Guest Stars
Jeff Brazier
As Himself
Recurring
Kylie Minogue
As Herself
Recurring
Michael Underwood
As Himself
Recurring
Myleene Klass
As Herself
Recurring
Jason Donovan
As Himself

Co-Guest Stars
Peter Dickson
voiced Announcer
Recurring
Main Cast
Simon Cowell
As Judge
Louis Walsh
As Judge
Episode Notes
This week's theme was Christmas classics, duet with guest and each contestant's favourite song from the series.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Leon JacksonWhite Christmas 
Leon JacksonYou Don't Know Me 
Leon Jackson / Kylie MinogueBetter The Devil You Know 
Rhydian RobertsO Holy Night 
Rhydian RobertsSomewhere 
Rhydian Roberts / Katherine JenkinsYou Raise Me Up 
Same DifferenceAll I Want For Christmas Is You 
Same DifferenceBreaking Free 
Same Difference / Jason DonovanAny Dream Will Do 


Episode Quotes
Dannii: (to Same Difference) The best opening to the show we have had.

Sharon: (to Leon) You came in to this contest a shy little boy and what I see now is a confident young man.

Louis: (to Rhydian) You are the next big singer from Wales.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorSimon Cowell
Executive ProducerNigel Hall  |  Richard Holloway  |  Claire Horton
 
Warning: The X Factor season 4 episode 27 guide may contain spoilers
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