Alisah Bonaobra has left the 'X Factor'.
The talent show hopeful - who hails from the Philippines - was booted out of the competition on Saturday night (12.11.17) despite delivering a fantastic performance of 'Praying for Time' as the contestants honoured the late George Michael by performing tracks from his back catalogue.
Speaking to host Dermot O'Leary after her exit, Alisah said: "I never thought I'd go this far. I can't believe I just did it. Thank you very much for all your support."
Whilst Dermot told her: "We have absolutely loved having you. You're like a little marine - you didn't take no for an answer! We wish you the very best of luck."
Alisah returned to the programme for the live shows as she was picked by the public as the wildcard after her mentor Sharon Osbourne chose to kick her out of the competition at Judges Houses.
Meanwhile, Lloyd Macey was crowned the winner of Sunday night's show after a stunning rendition of 'A Different Corner', which moved Sharon to tears.
He then took on Saturday night's (11.11.17) winner, Kevin Davy White, who performed George Michael's track 'Fastlove', for a chance to win this week's money can't buy prize, opening up for former X Factor winners Little Mix at their Manchester Arena show in a couple of weeks time.
Lloyd was picked as the eventual winner and was thrilled to have secured the prize.
He told Dermot: "I'm speechless. I've never been speechless. I love Little Mix. I can't believe it. I just hope I do the girls justice."