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The X Factor USA 2011 Top 12 Elimination: Who Went Home? InTENsity

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It’s time for one of the top 12 to go home. The way it will work is that the top 10 audience vote receivers will be notified they are safe and move on. The bottom two will then perform again and then it will be the judges who pick who goes home. Any guesses? I think LeRoy and Chris will be on the bottom…or maybe Lakoda Rayne. Even though the judges liked everyone, some performances were weaker than others.

The group number highlighted all of their vocal efforts. So, were the ones who sang first safe? We will have to wait and find out! Lots of stalling going on…reviews of all their performances, then a review of what they could win and what the Pepsi commercial would mean to them.

The acts safe include: Marcus, Drew and another commercial.

The rest of the acts safe are: LeRoy, Astro, Lakoda Rayne, Rachel, Chris, Josh, Melanie and last, Stacy.
Paula has two groups of her three that were in the bottom two. InTENsity and Stereo Hoggz will have to each sing to stay alive in the competition. Who will do better?

The Stereo Hoggz get up and sing a song. No choreography, just singing. Then InTENsity gets up and sings, no choreography either. All voices. The judges have to decide now…which one of Paula’s groups will go home?

Simon is sending home Stereo Hoggz.

Paula is sending home InTENsity.

Nicole chooses InTENsity to go home.

LA picks InTENsity to go home.

The Stereo Hoggz get to stay while the kids from InTENsity cry on stage. So sad. But they were the weak link as far as relating to an audience. For a musical, they were good. Not awesome, just good.

Did the judges make the right choice?

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