There was a shock result this week, when one of The X Factor favourites, Lucie Jones, found herself in the bottom two and facing the sing-off
Earlier, on Saturday, it was movies night, as each of the eight remaining acts performed a classic track from a film – some memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Stacey Solomon got things going with Son Of A Preacher Man from Pulp Fiction
Stacey’s slinky PVC outfit and sassy performance were a hit with judges and audience
Simon loved Olly’s perky performance – but the other judges weren’t so sure
Second on was Olly Murs, recreating Ferris Bueller’s Day Off with The Beatles’ Twist And Shout
The panel weren’t too keen on Lloyd Daniels’ rendition of Stand By Me. Could he escape the sing-off this week?
Jamie chose to sing the Roy Orbison song Crying and won praise for his choice
Lucie performed the song This Is Me from the Jonas Brothers film Camp Rock
Danyl Johnson appeared back on form tonight as he delivered a blistering rendition of Prince’s Purple Rain
If there’s something strange in your neighbourhood….it’s probably John and Edward performing Ghostbusters!
Finally Joe McElderry performed Circle Of Life from the Disney classic The Lion King
The teenager was joined on stage by a troupe of dancers, giving the performance the look of a musical!
On Sunday, tesults show also featured a blistering performance from the first winner Leona Lewis
After five weeks, John and Edward finally found themselves in the bottom two…
There were tense moments as the two acts waited to hear the verdict.
Despite making his opinions of Jedward very clear, Simon Cowell nonetheless chose to keep them in the competition – forcing the public vote to decide who was eliminated
And with the least public support, an emotional Lucie waved goodbye to the competition.
Her mentor, Dannii Minogue, was shocked by the result