Tonight’s X Factor will have no sing-off, Union J are worried

Tonight's X Factor will see the final three decided upon entirely by the public vote.

Union J are worried that they will leave the competition this weekend. Copyright [Rex]

That's right, Nicole Scherzinger, Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Tulisa will no longer have the power to save an act from the bottom two.

Which given their past decisions, can only be a good thing.

One act who isn't happy about this however is Union J.

Not that we blame them given that they have landed in the bottom two three times now.

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George Shelley tweeted about the band's worry from their official account yesterday.

They wrote: "There's no bottom 2 this week....person with the lowest vote no one is safe :( !! ....... #UnionJToTheFinal George x"

Band mate JJ echoed George's sentiment today tweeting: "Ahhh the act who gets the least votes goes tomorrow!! No bottom 2 or judges choice ! Sooo nervous! JJ xxxx #UnionJToTheFinal"

Union J have previously relied on the judging panel to keep them in the competition, beating former contestants Rylan Clark, District 3 and Jade Ellis after past sing offs.

Union J have survived the sing off three times this series. Copyright: [rex]

Speaking at the Talk Talk secret X Factor gig on Thursday, all the acts were ask who they thought would be going this week.

The Union J boys admitted that they thought it would be them given their track record of landing in the bottom two.

Tonight's X Factor semi final will see Union J, Christopher Maloney, Jahmene Douglas and James Arthur all compete for one of three places in next week's grand final.

Tune in at 8pm on ITV1 to see how the finalists fair.