The X Factor final duets have been announced and they’re kinda disappointing

With the X Factor final just days away, it’s time, as per tradition, to reveal who this year’s finalists will be dueting with.

The X Factor final duets have been announced and they’re kinda disappointing

In the past, contestants have sung with the likes of Michael Buble, Rihanna, George Michael and the queen b herself, Beyonce.

So of course there are always high expectations as to who will be taking the stage this year.

And unfortunately this year it’s kinda meh.

Saara Aalto will be teaming up with American Idol star Adam Lambert, 5 After Midnight will be duetting with John Legend and Matt Terry will be performing with 2012 winner James Arthur.

Saying that, the show has revealed that previous winners Little Mix, Kylie Minogue and The Weeknd will all be performing live.

The X Factor final airs on Saturday and Sunday at 8pm on TV3.

Will you be tuning in?

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