X Factor 2014: Two acts set to be voted off this weekend

One act will be eliminated during Saturday night's show

Stevi Ritchie performs his rendition of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Stevi Ritchie performs his rendition of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

The X Factor will lose two more contestants this weekend as show bosses announced another double elimination.

The seven remaining acts will become five, with one leaving during Saturday's show - the wannabe with the fewest votes from viewers - and another given the boot after Sunday's sing-off.

Viewers have already seen a double elimination this series when Jack Walton and Lola Saunders made their exit during the Halloween-themed Fright Night weekend.

David Guetta will perform on the Saturday show, which will see the contestants taking on Whitney Houston or Sir Elton John tracks.

Judges Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini are both at risk of finding themselves without a contestant if their acts Andrea Faustini and Lauren Platt leave, while Louis Walsh could lose one - or both - of his groups, Only The Young and Stereo Kicks.

Only Simon Cowell remains certain of still having at least one act in the show as he has still has three performers left on his team - Ben Haenow, Fleur East and Stevi Ritchie.

Ritchie, who survived a sing-off with Jay James last week, believes his time will be up this weekend.

He told RadioTimes.com: "Whether it's Saturday or Sunday, I'll be one of the ones that goes this weekend."

PA

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