Emotions were running high on Sunday night's X Factor when Hannah Barrett was voted off the show after losing the sing-off to rivals Rough Copy.
Hannah performed Etta James song, I'd Rather Go Blind but sadly, it wasn't enough to save her.
She wore her hair down and sleek and chose a black satin top with a statement necklace for her performance. She teamed them with leopard print baggy trousers and a black belt.
Rough Copy followed her performance with a slow version of Oasis's classic song, Stop Crying Your Heart Out while their friend looked on with tears rolling down her face.
No doubt the decision won't be well received by Nicole who has championed her act from the start.
And the singer wore a smile on her face as Nicole Scherzinger wiped away her tears and Dermot O'Leary gave her a friendly hug.
The first act to be put through to next week's competition was Luke Friend, followed by Nicholas McDonald.
Third act to be safe and returning next week was Sam Bailey. Sharon Osbourne was so pleased, she threw her arms around her. Tamera Foster was shocked to find out she had also got through.
The singer forgot her words on Saturday night's episode, for the third time.
The judges were dressed in their best for the show with Sharon Osbourne wearing a gorgeous black lace dress while Nicole wore a long midnight blue satin gown.
Gary Barlow was dressed in black trousers and a tartan blazer while Louis Walsh stuck to a simple black suit.
JLS opened the show and sang Everybody In Love with the rest of the contestants, followed by Mary J Blige who sang a duet called Do You Hear What I Hear? with Jessie J.
The singer showcased her new hair which she recently dyed back to black and wore a black sparkly jacket and patterned trousers.
Mary looked sexy in a mesh black dress and she wore her short blonde hair with loose waves.
One Direction then performed their new single Story Of My Life and the crowd went wild. The boys dressed in a black, white and grey suits against a backdrop of flashing orange light bulbs.
Band members Zayn Malik and Harry Styles seemed to get the biggest cheers of the night and they got a standing ovation from the judges.
The boys were there to promote the single and their new album which is out on Monday and is called Midnight Memories.
After the performance, host Dermot O'Leary said: What a year you've had. An album, a movie and a worldwide tour. What has been your highlight this year?
Next week, Dermot said the contestants will be part of a special jukebox night. They will sing two songs. One that they pick and one that the public will pick out of a choice of three.