Chase Goehring explains the "greatest feeling" getting those yeses from our judges. He's young, but he still got Simon's seal of approval. Not bad, Chase!
With the lowest number of votes, it was now time for Ellona Santiago to bid farewell. Do you think America made the right call?
When you think of Restless Road, "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins probably doesn't pop into your head. That's okay, because these guys are always up for surprises! Check out their performance.
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?
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?
"America's Song Choice" for Jeff Gutt was the Jeff Buckley classic "Hallelujah." Jeff (Gutt, not Buckley) has amassed quite a following on social media, but will they vote him on through to the finals?
Rion Paige wants to be known as the "girl with the voice." Learn why this Jacksonville, FL native feels she has The X Factor.
Giving an inspiring performance of "Always" by Bon Jovi, Tim Olstad's mission was to make Paulina Rubio's next round decision as difficult as possible. Would Tim be among the Top 12?
There are only two things every contestant ought to remember: The lyrics to his/her song and Simon's name! Yosselin tries to wow the judges and the crowd in Denver with a little bit of help from her cell phone.
The talent just keeps getting hotter as we continue our search for the next X Factor winner! Watch and relive the most memorable moments from the third episode of THE X FACTOR Season 3!
This sister duo from Los Angeles was a race to the bottom for Simon. Performing "I Want You Back" by Jackson 5, Simon tries to break up Shirley and Cynthia.
The Top 4 stormed the stage to perform Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)." Although the four acts represent completely different genres of music, they blended seemlessly. Could this be the best Top 4 ever?
In the first of two duets, Carlito along with Alex & Sierra combined forces to perform "Falling Slowly" by Glen Hansard. This is one performance you don't want to miss!
Newly formed group Sweet Suspense had to show the world that they collectively had The X Factor with their version of Beyonce's "Wishing On A Star."
Tim Olstad has a whirlwind of emotions after his auditions. He's ready for the next round and really hopes Simon Cowell will be his mentor.
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