Victoria Blue sure isn't blue anymore! In fact, she feels like a million bucks. Victoria is going to celebrate by having a piece of chocolate.
Take those shoes off, Chastity Ross! She's celebrating her X FACTOR yes with some kind of drink.
The Top 10 Boys tell us how they're looking forward to working with our very own Paulina Rubio.
As the first performer of the second night of the Four Chair Challenge, Simone Torres knew she had to bring it. Did her version of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" blow our judges away?
Straight up feeling like that gooey macaroni and cheese your momma makes, Brandin Jenkins is planning on jumping down the street with excitement.
Ellona Santiago really feels she has a chance to make her dream come true. Watch as she shares her story in her own words.
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!
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?
Rachel Potter fought for a spot in the Top 10 by singing for survival! Did her performance of "From This Moment" by Shania Twain sway the judges enough to keep her in the competition?
The Top 8 met up on The X Factor stage to perform a special "Face-off!" How did your favorite act handle themselves against seven other contestants in their group rendition of "Cry Me A River"?
The twosome of Alex & Sierra made the most of their Divas performance by belting out their version of "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child. How did original Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland feel about their performance?
Star Prince Royce and Carlito Olivero hit the stage side-by-side to perform the former's version of the song "Stand By Me." What did you think of the performance?
The Top 3 came together as an ensemble to rock to Queen's classic anthem, "We Will Rock You." Check out this once in a lifetime performance!
Jeff Gutt combined forces with John Rzeznik, frontman of the legendary group Goo Goo Dolls, to perform "Iris." Well, if you thought Jeff rocked out before, then take a look at this!
Good News opted to perform the Fleetwood Mac classic, "Landslide." Were Good News part of Simon's plans, or did Cowell have "bad news" to tell the duo after all?