X Factor Live Tour 2017 acts revealed... and Honey G is one of them!

The remaining eight acts in The X Factor will hit the road next year for the show’s official live tour.

Divisive rapper Honey G will form part of the troupe for The X Factor Live Tour 2017, along with singers Saara Aalto, Matt Terry, Ryan Lawrie, Sam Lavery and Emily Middlemas.

The two remaining groups – 5 After Midnight and Four Of Diamonds – will complete the line-up.

The news of their involvement in the forthcoming show was revealed to the wannabe pop stars live on the ITV programme on Saturday night.

Honey G and her co-stars will entertain audiences with classic hits and viewers’ favourites from the current series.

The arena tour, which has been attended by over three million people since it began 12 years ago, will kick off in Nottingham on February 23 before travelling the length and breadth of the country.

Locations for this year’s X Factor tour include Birmingham, London, Liverpool, Bournemouth, Newcastle, Cardiff, Dublin and Aberdeen.

The entertainment roadshow will conclude in Brighton on March 16.

The X Factor Live Tour 2017 dates:

Nottingham Motorpoint Arena – February 23

Birmingham Genting Arena – February 24

London The O2 (Matinee and Evening) – February 25

Liverpool Echo Arena – February 26

Aberdeen AECC – February 28

Glasgow Braehead – March 1

Sheffield Arena – March 3

Manchester Arena (Matinee and Evening) – March 4

Bournemouth International Centre – March 6

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena – March 8

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena – March 10

Leeds First Direct Arena – March 11

Belfast The SSE Arena – March 13

Dublin 3 Arena – March 14

Brighton Centre – March 16

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