The first group of the evening, Girls United stepped on the stage to perform Chris Brown's "Yeah 3X."
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?
Performing her worldwide smash hit "Slow Down," Selena Gomez was on fire on The X Factor stage! Check out her amazing performance!
Timothy Olstad makes his way to the stage to try to wow the judges with his rendition of Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years."
David Grey admittedly auditioned for The X Factor for his girlfriend, Lauren Waguespack. After her audition, David dropped to one knee to propose. Do they make it to the next round together as newly minted fiancés?
Practically everyone knows the song "Bohemian Rhapsody," originally made popular by the band Queen. Do you think America would be open to Jeff Gutt's interpretation?
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!
Hairdressers Chloe J and CJ style their treatment of "River Deep Mountain High," but the judges shear them out of the competition.
Carlos Guevara tackles the classic Bill Withers song, "Ain't No Sunshine" with his Four Chair Challenge performance.
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?
Sweethearts Alex & Sierra stepped to the stage to perform Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love." Will America "love" their performance enough to vote for them?
Country belle Rion Paige blew the roof off the place with her performance of LeAnn Rimes' song, "Swingin'." Will America's votes eventually "swing" her way?
The multi-faceted Tim Olstad took the stage first to sing for his life. Watch as he tried to impress the judges with "You Raise Me Up" by Josh Groban.
It was one of the most important nights on The X Factor as our Top 4 battled for a spot in the three-person finale. This jam-packed episode included hilariously embarrassing baby photos, entertaining duets, and moving solos. After a night that Simon Cowell called "by far the best show we made," who would make it into the Season 3 finale?!
Ashly Williams' emotional performance of "I Will Always Love You" is so good that it brings our judges and the audience to tears.
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