XFACTOR 2023 report cards and live comments from the fourth evening. Guest Annalisa 🔴

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Fourth appointment, this evening with the X Factor 2023 Live shows with a double heat with a double elimination.

On the night of the fourth Live, the challenge between the competitors of Fedez, Ambra Angiolini, Dargen D’Amico, Morgan becomes more and more exciting.

The evening will be divided into two: at the beginning there will be the moment of the beloved and spectacular “carousel” of first elimination of the evening.


The evening will be divided into two: at the beginning there will be the moment of the spectacular X Factor “carousel”, a unique medley which will see the contestants perform seamlessly with the most representative songs of their journey, and which will therefore lead to the first elimination of evening.

The 9 singers remaining in the competition will then be the protagonists of a special themed heat called Car Songs for which the judges have chosen songs suitable to become the soundtrack of the journeys.


Fedez team

Maria Tomba – “Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day
SARAFINE – “Everything else is boredom” by Franco Califano

Amber team

Angelica – “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” by Otis Redding
Matteo Alieno – “The Guitarist” by Ivan Graziani

Dargen D’Amico’s team

The Usual Dandy – “It takes a beastly physique” by Luca Carboni
SEPTEMBER – “Spaccacuore” by Samuele Bersani
Stunt Pilots – “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette

Morgan’s team

SELMI – “You’ve Got A Friend” by Carol King
SickTeens – “Careless Memories” by Duran Duran
Astromare – “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys.


Super guest of the fourth Live will be Annalisa, who will present her new single “Euforia” live for the first time on the #XF2023 stage.


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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