Harrow's latest reality television star Honey G has got Saturday Night Fever and is preparing to wow the judges once again with a classic hit for Disco's night on the X Factor.
As Honey G fever continues across the nation, the rising star is ready and rehearsed for tomorrow night's (November 12) live show, hinting a classic from the film starring John Travolta and a famous Bee Gees track.
While she is confident about the song choice and has some "wicked" moves in store, she says you never know what can happen on the night.
Real name Anna Gilford of Harrow, told getwestlondon : "Singing is close to my heart.
"Growing up with parents vinyls they had the Bee Gees records and always playing vinyl on my record player.
"The song is classic to Saturday Night Fever ."
In last week's show the rapper performed Jump and was once again the most talked about contestant after great comments from Simon Cowell and a knee slide fail.
She had clearly won over Cowell who went one step further to defend her as an artist and person, in last week's show.
Back to this week, as she puts the finishing touches to her performance, she added: "Everything is going really well, it's exciting and I can't wait.
"The song I am performing is a really big classic disco track and quite influential for the era, so I'm happy to be performing that track.
"There is going to be some wicked moves and some ad-libs.
"This is definitely a good one, it's going to be massive.
"But you never know which way it's going to go on the night."
Honey G wants fans to keep supporting her and continue voting to keep her in the show so she can get to the final.
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