XFACTOR 2023 report cards and live comments from the fifth evening. What will happen? Guest MAX PEZZALI 🔴

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Fifth live, this evening, of X Factor 2023, the first without Morgan, excluded from the program after the well-known events of the last episode.

In recent days Sky Italia and Fremantle Italia had decided to interrupt the collaborative relationship with Morgan and his presence on the X Factor as a judge.


The eight competitors remaining in the race will have to face two heats: the first with free assignments while the second will be themed, entirely dedicated to the super guest of the evening, Max Pezzali.

At the end of the episode there will only be one elimination.


In Fedez’s team

Maria Tomba he will perform in the with a cover of Lady Marmalade by LaBelle, while in the second he will sing Sei un mito;

SARAFINE it will begin with the song of the popular tradition Riturnella and will continue with They killed spiderman.

On Amber’s team

Angelica he will sing Lover, Please Stay by Nothing but Thieves and the cover of Come mai

Matteo Alieno he will try his hand at Costruire by Nicolò Fabi and the cover of Con un deca

Astromare, who have become part of Ambra’s team, will make Who will stop Pooh’s music and then The friend’s rule.

In Dargen’s team

The Usual Dandy with An emotion from little by Anna Oxa and with Finally you

September with a mash-up of Crazy by Gnarls Barkley and Je so’ Crazy by Pino Daniele and Gli anni

Stunt Pilots with Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers and No Regrets.


Super guest of the fourth Live will be Max Pezzali who will perform in a performance created exclusively for the talent.


The X Factor 2023 Live Shows will be every Thursday at 9.15pm on Sky Uno and streaming on NOW, always available on demand and visible on Sky Go; on the Wednesday following the first on air they will then be shown in prime time on TV8.




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