- 05 Nov 18
Galway's own Brendan Murray will take to the X-Factor stage for week four of the live shows.
Irish X-Factor hopeful Brendan Murray continues his journey into week four of the live shows. Coached by former One Direction member Louis Tomlinson, the 21 year-old is soaring through the competition.
Taking to Twitter to thank his supporters saying 'Guys, Thank you so much, honestly I appreciate every bit of support and thank you to every one who voted! absolutely over the moon! Bring on week 4 ❌🎤🔥 @thexfactor @Louis_Tomlinson".
Guys, Thank you so much, honestly I appreciate every bit of support and thank you to every one who voted! absolutely over the moon! Bring on week 4 ❌🎤🔥 @thexfactor @Louis_Tomlinson pic.twitter.com/2nGE74Ar9V
— Brendan Murray (@brendan_m96) November 4, 2018
Brendan Murray sang 5 Seconds of Summer's hit song 'Youngblood' for the Fright Night Halloween themed episode. Watch Murray's latest performance below.
— The X Factor (@TheXFactor) November 4, 2018
Galway singer Brendan Murray went straight through to the fourth show following the Sunday public vote.
However boyband United Vibe were not as lucky. After receiving the lowest number of votes they were eliminated from the X-Factor. Molly Scott and Acacia and Aaliyah faced off to stay in the competition after receiving low public votes.
Judges Louis Tomlinson, Nile Rodgers (standing in for Robbie Williams this week) and Ayda Williams all voted to keep singing duo Acacia and Aaliyah in the competition, while Simon Cowell voted for his act Molly Scott to stay. Cowell claimed he couldn't believe either of the two acts were in the bottom two and jokingly demanded a recount.
The X Factor continues on Virgin Media One and ITV on Saturday 10 November at 10.30pm.