Carlito Olivero sang the Daniel Bedingfield track, "If You're Not The One," for his second performance in as many nights. Do you think Carlito is the boy to beat?
Jeff Gutt is a little soul and a little rock and roll. Check out his performance of the Phil Collins classic, "In The Air Tonight."
The group of Sweet Suspense gave us their unique twist on the Justin Bieber song, "That Should Be Me." Will the Beliebers send them through to the next round?
Covering Damien Rice was no easy task, but Carlos Guevara swung for the fences with his version of "Cannonball." How did Paulina Rubio's act do?
A surprising return and Kelly's smooch on Simon highlights a night where The X Factor headed to Motown! Relive the best moments of the night!
The dynamic duo of Alex & Sierra offered up their twist on the classic song, "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye. Will they live to sing another week?
The Top 12 kicked off the show in style with an upbeat Motown medley. You'll be tapping your toes and singing along with this clip!
Country-fried trio Restless Road continued to do what they do best by infusing the Commodores' hit, "Easy," with some twang. Do you think they nailed it?
Lillie McCloud performed a song that seemed tailor-made for her: Stevie Wonder's "All in Love is Fair." We "wonder" if the votes will swing Lillie's way.
Carlito Olivero stepped up to The X Factor stage to perform The Supremes' "Stop In The Name Of Love." Did Carlito top himself this week?
Sweet Suspense delivered another up-tempo performance with their rendition of "You Keep Me Hanging On." Will they be hanging on after their "supreme" performance?
Jeff Gutt is looking to top the vote rankings after his performance of Lionel Richie's "Say You Say Me." Do you think he has what it takes to stay in the competition?
On a night of classic songs, Rachel Potter took it way back with her performance of the Isley Brothers' "This Old Heart Of Mine." Do you think Rachel could be a long lost Isley sister?
Making a surprise return to the competition, Josh Levi tackled the Jackson 5 classic "Who's Lovin' You?" With a second life in the competition, how far do you think young Josh can go?
Tim Olstad challenged himself with a cover of The Jackson 5's "I'll Be There," backed by a choir and a light show. Would it be enough to sway the voting audience?
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