X Factor: Did the right act win?

Angelo Anderson
December 7, 2017

Following their win, Jamal from the band said they were "speechless".

Rak-Su will team up with Grammy-award winning rapper Wyclef Jean; Grace Davies will duet with BRIT Award victor Paloma Faith, who last month topped the United Kingdom charts with her album The Architect and Kevin Davy White will be joined on stage by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Tokio Myers.

Dimelo is Rak-Su's winner's duet, featuring rapper Wyclef Jean and producer Naughty Boy on the group's owns original song. On Saturday, One Direction's Louis Tomlinson performed new single Miss You, while LA boyband PrettyMuch performed their debut single No More live for the very first time.

X Factor judge Cowell also praised runner-up Grace Davies, describing her as "really an outstanding, outstanding artist".

In an X Factor first, both acts will perform only original songs, rather than covers, on tonight's extravaganza.

Despite being brought forward so as to not clash with the "Strictly Come Dancing" final, overnight figures for Saturday's final show pulled in an average of just 4.4 million views, compared to Strictly's 9.9 million.

The Winner's Duet will be available to download and stream after the victor of The X Factor has been announced on Sunday night and will be The X Factor UK's 10th charity release.

X Factor 2017 winners Rak-Su are dominating the iTunes download charts right now.

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