Nala’s Nerves Make Her Next For The Chop
The X Factor live shows got off to a dramatic start with the first vote going to deadlock.
However, this weekend it seems it will be left down to the judges to decide with 8/11 on offer that there will be no deadlock. As week two edges ever closer so does the next elimination and Steph Nala is in trouble.
Steph survived the bottom two last week after Overload Generation were sent packing but at 13/8, it doesn’t look like she will be so lucky this week.
This year’s novelty act, Stevi Ritchie, could be given his marching orders as he is next in the betting at 16/5. Jake Quickenden’s performance last week didn’t seem to have any X Factor present and at 6/1 he will need to pull out all the stops.
Chloe Jasmine is priced at 8/1 to be Cheryl’s first causalty with Only The Young on offer at 12/1 and Mel B’s wildcard act, Jack Walton, priced at 14/1. Jay James has had a recent fall from grace and the once favourite to win is now 16/1, alongside Lola Saunders to get the boot. The ex-Royal Marine is also now a massive 25/1 to win having been as short as 9/2 ahead of the live shows.
Andrea Faustini is holding on tight to the top spot in the betting at 11/8, with Ben Haenow his nearest rival at 5/1.