Italian Andrea Faustini has finished in third place during tonight’s X Factor final. The last contestant in the boys’ category has been eliminated just 24 hours before the grand final show on Sunday. Andrea was mentored by Mel B, who was absent from Saturday’s show after being diagnosed with a ‘mystery illness’ by doctors. Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos took Mel’s place at Wembley Arena. It’s not yet known if
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ITV has confirmed Mel B will miss tonight’s X Factor final after falling ill.
Stereo Kicks were voted out of The X Factor in tonight’s quarter-final results show. “Every act now is amazing, it was always going to be hard tonight.” – Stereo Kicks The eight-piece band sung for survival alongside Lauren Platt after gaining the fewest number of votes from the public. In the sing off Stereo Kicks sang I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz, while Lauren performed I Know Where I’ve Been from Hairspray.
Stevi Ritchie has become the eleventh act to leave The X Factor. “The whole experience has been an absolute dream. I never would’ve thought I’d get this far ever. I just want to thank all the general public at home for keeping me in and voting each week, and the lovely judges.” – Stevi Tonight’s results programme saw Stevi and Andrea Faustini sing for survival after gaining the fewest number of votes from
Paul Akister has become the eighth act to leave The X Factor. Tonight’s results programme saw Paul and Jay James sing for survival after gaining the fewest number of votes from the public. In the sing off Paul sang Clown by Emili Sandé, while Jay covered Eric Clapton’s Tears in Heaven. After each act had performed the judges delivered their verdicts: Simon Cowell: “We’ve had some lousy sing offs [but] this was the best one
Comedian Lee Nelson was bundled off stage last night after gatecrashing a performance by Stereo Kicks.
Jake Quickenden has become the fifth act to leave The X Factor. “I’ve met some absolutely amazing people and I’m going to keep going. I feel like I’ve got a lot more to give and you never know what’s around the corner.” – Jake Tonight’s results programme saw Jake and Only The Young sing for survival after gaining the fewest number of votes from the public. In the sing off Jake
Blonde Electra and Overload Generation have become the first two acts to leave The X Factor. Their elimination from the competition means that the groups category mentored by Louis Walsh has halved after just one results show. Blonde Electra lost their place on the show after coming bottom of the public vote, while Overload Generation went on to compete in this week’s sing-off with Stephanie Nala. In the sing-off Overload
ITV has confirmed former Spice Girl Mel B is joining The X Factor this year.
X Factor bosses are still undecided on who to choose to complete the line-up for this year’s series.