Two acts are going home.
Top acts perform.
Someone's going home. WED/THU 8/7c
The (British) songs are coming!
Someone goes home and then the Top 12 perform for your votes. WED/THU 8/7c
The Top 13 acts compete again.
The top 13 acts compete.
Meet the top 12 finalists.
The top 16 acts mark their spot on first live show. WED/THU 8/7c
The four chair challenge comes to a close.
The four chair challenge continues.
The battle for the top 16 continues.
The judges have a surprise for the contestants.
The judges hit their final audition city.
The judges continue their nationwide hunt for a breakout star.
The Latin Ice Cream Man heats things up with a cool version of "Amame." However, his slick talking and cocky attitude almost gets him in trouble with the lady judges!
Hairdressers Chloe J and CJ style their treatment of "River Deep Mountain High," but the judges shear them out of the competition.
Pop star in the making, Stone Martin, makes every tween fall in love with his performance of "Little Things" by One Direction.
Sometimes people forget how hard it is to be a judge on The X Factor. We dare you to peep these performances with a straight face.
As hard as it is making it this far, there are some that make it look easy. These contestants all live to sing another day!
Isabel Requena is thrilled that Simon said he won't forget her! Check out this cool L.A. girl who has a huge entourage.
Who goes on? Who goes home? Who knew Simon could rap? Take a look back on the BEST moments of the fifth episode of The X Factor Season 3!
The four categories learn their fate as they are paired up with one of our judges!
Tim Olstad covers the Miley Cyrus hit, "The Climb."
The first group of the evening, Girls United stepped on the stage to perform Chris Brown's "Yeah 3X."
After hearing all four groups perform, Simon Cowell had to choose just three groups to move on to the next round. It was a decision that Simon did NOT want to make, but which group did he eliminate?
Offering up a more R&B-flavored version of Lorde's hit, "Royals," RoXy Montana knew they had their work cut out for them. Was their performance enough to impress our judges?
Find out how Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton became Alex & Sierra. You won’t believe what Simon Cowell thought of them when they first took the stage!
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?
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?