Only three remain and after Wandaboy Ngubeni was eliminated last week, it's now between Four, Iziqhaza and Elizier Hilmer
So, who has what it takes to win the show?
Four (Jethro Tait, Steven Lewis and David Januari)
Why: The most popular act on the show, and have never been in the bottom two. Their mentor Oskido: “You’re easy to market; you already know what you want. Any label with sign you up. You’re the favourites to win.”
Best Performance: Loliwe by Zahara. They proved that they actually sing.
Their words: “We put ourselves under pressure every week to make sure that we make it to the next week. And now with the semi-finals and hopefully, the finals, it’s the last stretch.”
Iziqhaza (Mbongeni Mavuso, Khanyisa Mbuthu)
Why: They have an outside chance of winning, thanks to the popularity of Wandaboy and Four. However they have been consistent and have proven that they can sing a variety of genres.
Best Performance: Homeless by Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Their Words: ““We have actually shown our versatility on the show. We’ve gone very far from our comfort zone- we did R&B, pop, rock- these are genres we never expected to do, especially since we have our own songs. But it’s given us invaluable experience.”
Why: Although he also has an outside chance, he is the dark horse of the competition and every week he’s proven just how much of a performer he is.
Best Performance: Redemption Song by Bob Marley
His Words: “I set out to win. I want to win. And if it’s in God’s will, I will win,” he said.
Catch the show on Saturday on SABC 1 from 6pm
PICS: SABC 1/ The X-Factor SA