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The X Factor 2011 Double Elimination: Who are the 7 Finalists?

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It’s time to vote off two people…in one night! But before we get to any results, we get to watch Kelly Clarkson perform a song from her new album. Interesting dress she had on. Flattering? You decide.

Now all 9 finalists get to perform to what the viewers voted on….and it’s strange. The song picked was from Pink, their costumes were of a circus theme and the set was…mismatched. Lots of background dancers and all kinds of lights. The viewers picked that?

Now the act with the least votes gets to go home. The two acts on the bottom are Drew or Lakoda Rayne. Did I predict this last night or what?? One goes home and one goes to next week’s show.

Going home is Lakoda Rayne.

Bruno Mars gets up and performs. Cool images in the back.

Now we finally get to see who has to sing for survival. Those who are safe include Drew, who moved on. And joining her is Chris, Rachel and Josh. And really? A commercial?

Back to business. Also safe is Melanie and Astro.

That means Marcus and LeRoy are singing for survival.

Marcus sings first and his song is true to his roots – jazzy and soul. LeRoy comes on stage and comes out and sings a soul song too. The crowd seemed to like LeRoy better, but is it enough? Time for the judges to make a decision…or not. More commercials. How much drama do they like to add.

LA is sending home…don’t know. LA pleads to the other judges to keep Marcus because he is an awesome act. LA is sending LeRoy home.

Nicole says they are both great and have star power. Nicole says she is sending home Marcus.

Paula says they are both good and will have record deals. She is sending home Marcus.

Simon is the deciding vote. He also says he likes both men, but Marcus is a bit better. Simon sends LeRoy home, which means it is deadlocked.

Goes to America to vote! The one with the lowest number of votes will go home and it is LeRoy Bell.

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