Did you somehow miss The X Factor's Fright Night spectacular? Or just fancy catching up on all the goings on in another dramatic weekend of Live Shows? Check out our list of the top 10 best moments!
Dalton Harris has been making waves so far in the competition with his incredible vocals and stunning performances. We got to see that in full force again this weekend with a stunning cover of Radiohead's 'Creep'. Simon summed it up best when he said "you are literally killing it every week".
Hot on Dalton's heels as frontrunner for the title is Shan Ako, who has had us mesmerised with her beautiful voice an commanding stage presence. Her rendition of Disturbed's version of 'The Sound of Silence' by Simon and Garfunkel encapsulated everything that is great about her, and sent chills down the spines of the watching audience.
Whilst for many taking on possibly the most famous Halloween track of all time in Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' would seem daunting, with the Misunderstood boys you just knew they'd smash it out of the park. They brought the energy, vocals and moves we've come to expect from our boys from London, adding a touch of the Misunderstood magic to Fright Night!
After being in the Sing Off last weekend, Brendan Murray knew the pressure was on. He knew he had to come back fighting and prove his worth on the show, and Fright Night gave him the perfect opportunity to show a different side of his musical arsenal. Rocking the house with 5 Seconds of Summer's 'Young Blood', he upped his game and got the crowd on their feet with his energy and talent.
Last up on Saturday was Gio, who seemingly fitted Fright Night like a glove. The only real question was, what song would he do? Settling on a spectacular performance of Guns 'n Roses version of 'Live and Let Die' by Paul McCartney - featuring festival performers, dancers and a visually stunning circus showpiece - he gave the performance of his life on The X Factor Stage. So much so in fact that he even managed to convert Gio doubter Louis Tomlinson - high praise indeed!
Results day, and before we find out who's leaving we get a performance to remind us just why James Arthur won the show back in 2012. His new single 'Empty Space' was a triumphant return to The X Factor stage, and was the perfect way to get us into Sunday!
Not content with having one X Factor legend on the stage, the show brought back another in the form of Louis' great mate (oh and One Direction superstar) Liam Payne! And he decided to bring along some pals as well in Jonas Blue and Lennon Stella to perform their new collab 'Polaroid'. It was an awesome performance, and the perfect warm up for a tense Results reveal!
And so to the vote, and after nine safe acts were revealed it was unfortunately the end of the road for our boys from United Vibe. Despite giving it their all and taking on some tough criticism, it wasn't enough for the boy band. They did however promise it wasn't the end for them, so who knows - maybe one day we will see them again!
So that left Acacia & Aaliyah and Molly Scott in the bottom two, and therefore in the Sing Off. First up were the dynamic duo, reprising their Judges' Houses song 'Big For Your Boots' by Stormzy, they crushed it with their ferocious energy, and even managed to get in amongst the audience! Molly was then up, and she to made a serious impression with her performance, but for very different reasons. Singing Christina Perri's 'Human', she moved everyone watching with a powerful and emotional vocal, showing just how much the competition means to her...
...but sadly it was not quite enough to keep her in, as the Judges decided to save Acacia & Aaliyah, and send the girl from County Durham home. Simon manfully admitted to have made the mistake in her song choice in the weekend, but assured Molly that she does have a future in the music industry, even if it didn't work out on this occasion. We certainly hope so too!