'X Factor' Songs For Movie Week Revealed, And Bosses Have Picked Some Pretty Niche Films

Still, at least it's not 'Gummo'.

The songs that each of the remaining ‘X Factor’ acts will be performing for Movies Week have been revealed, and bosses are really stretching that theme as far as it will go.

True, among the list of songs are obligatory offerings from the soundtracks to ‘Pretty Woman’, ‘Titanic’ and even a ‘James Bond’ theme, but elsewhere, the films chosen are a little on the niche side.

We’re specifically talking about Honey G, who’s performing a mash-up of ‘It’s Like That’ and ‘Getting Jiggy With It’.

<strong>When she says Honey, we say 'what film is that from, for heaven's sake?'</strong>
When she says Honey, we say 'what film is that from, for heaven's sake?'

And while we’re sure we’re in for another outlandish performance, we couldn’t help but wonder what films ‘It’s Like That’ and ‘Getting Jiggy With It’ feature in.

Why, ‘Keith Lemon - The Film’ and ‘Last Days Of Disco’, of course.

Because when we think “films that famously include music”, our first thought is ‘Keith Lemon - The Film’, naturally.

<strong>Kelly Brook was in it, so you know it's good?</strong>
Kelly Brook was in it, so you know it's good?
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Check out the full list of Movies Week song choices below…

  • Matt Terry: ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ - Sam Smith (from the ‘Spectre’ soundtrack)
  • Ryan Lawrie: ‘Jailhouse Rock’ - Elvis Presley (from the ‘Jailhouse Rock’ soundtrack)
  • Emily Middlemas: ‘It Must Have Been Love’ - Roxette (from the ‘Pretty Woman’ soundtrack)
  • Saara Aalto: ‘My Heart Will Go On’ - Celine Dion (from the ‘Titanic’ soundtrack)
  • Honey G: ‘It’s Like That’ - Jason Nevins and ‘Getting Jiggy With It’ - Will Smith (from the ‘Keith Lemon Movie’ and ‘Last Days Of Disco’ soundtracks)
  • 5 After Midnight: ‘Try A Little Tenderness’ - Otis Redding (from the ‘Commitments’ soundtrack)

See how the remaining acts get on in Saturday’s (19 November) ‘X Factor’, airing at 8pm on ITV.

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