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X Factor: Honey G 'shuts down' live shows as she guns for 'number one at Christmas'

Harrow's newest hotspot pulled it out of the bag once more as Simon Cowell claims Honey G is his "guilty pleasure"

Honey G pulled out all the stops once more as she stormed through her second live performance on Saturday's (October 15) X Factor show.

The Harrow artist became the talking point of the nation last week as #MummyG began trending around the UK and now she's gunning for a Christmas number one!

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After performing the Notorious B.I.G.'s No Money No Problems , the judges were on their feet praising the performance and claiming the Motown-turn-rap performance "shut down" this week's live shows.

The performance, which included a self-written rap by Ms G herself, was the hotly anticipated follow-up to her rendition of 2Pac's California Loving last week.

Honey G feeling impressed with herself!(Image: Thames/Syco)

Following her show-stopper, Simon Cowell confessed that Honey G is now his "guilty pleasure".

"Honey you shut it down, you know what else you've done? You've turned it around," Simon said.

"You are now my guilty pleasure. I can't wait to see you, it was brilliant."

The 35-year-old responded that she wants to have a "number one at Christmas".

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"We're gunna go all the way with this one," she said. "We're taking it to the T.O.P."

But there is no question the Harrow contestant is in it to win it as she stole the show in a live show preview trailer last week.

The rapper insisted she's "a heavyweight" after winning a reprieve on the ITV talent show .

But a mounting number of X Factor fans have called for Sharon Osbourne to think again after the judge admitted she was taking a risk in choosing Honey G.

However, Honey G retorted they were just "haters who have done it out of spite" and told getwestlondon her sole focus will be impressing at the performances to come.

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