Join us for The X Factor double elimination tonight

After last night’s sparkly, glittery Floor Fillers amazingness, tonight our Finalists are facing a DOUBLE ELIMINATION. Here’s how you can get involved…

Join us for The X Factor double elimination tonight

Here at The X Factor HQ, our heads are still spinning from dancing along to the Floor Fillers, but a tension-filled Live Results Show is already waiting in the wings.

And with not one, but TWO of our lovely Finalists leaving the competition tonight, we need your moral support more. Than. Ever.

There are also two AMAZING guest performers in the shape of Florence And The Machine AND our very own JLS lads ready to rock the house this Sunday night, so don’t miss it.

Join The X Factor Live Results Show at 8pm tonight for a last chance to vote for your faves, watch some out of this world performances and witness the dramarama double eviction.

Then at 9.00pm tune into dream team Olly Murs and Caroline Flack on ITV2 for some Xtra insights.

As ever, we want to hear what YOU think about all the amazing on-screen action, so follow us on Twitter @TheXFactor and use the #Xfactor hashtag to air your views and discuss the thrills and skills on show with your fellow X Factor fans. And if you 'like' us on Facebook, we'll return the favour with plenty of exclusive photos, clips and news from your favourite telly show. You can find us at www.Facebook.com/TheXFactor.

For the ultimate X Factor experience, download our 'Tap to Clap' app here and feel like you're the head judge as you boo acts off stage or applaud them to victory. You can then share your verdict on Twitter and Facebook with your mates. The power lies in your thumb...

Then after the show this evening, head straight back here to relive the highs and lows of the night in video and pics and to see even more of our Judges and your favourite Finalists with our exclusive backstage content.

We can’t wait, so see you at eight!

@The X FactorAdded 12 Nov

A statement regarding tonight's delay to the start of The X Factor. An ITV spokesperson said: "The problem which was caused by a power failure at BT Tower, and was outside of ITV and the producers' control, was resolved as quickly as possible. We apologise for the disruption to programming."