Angel Tupai Voted Off The X Factor Australia

 
Angel Tupai Voted Off The X Factor Australia

17 October 2012

Last night on the X Factor one of the strongest contestants in the competition got sent home – Angel Tupai!

As well as the live decider, last night’s show was also peppered with lots of superstar guests including PSY, Jay Sean, and our very own Reece Mastin!

It was revealed that Angel and Sammy made it into the bottom two and would have to sing for their lives.

Angel performed a moving rendition of Pink’s ‘Family Portrait’ and Sammy took on Avril Lavigne’s melancholy tune ‘I Will Be.'

Check out PSY getting The X Factor to go Gangnam Style! 

When the judges had their say on who should go home Guy chose to stay loyal to his friend and send Angel packing, Nat Bass chose to say goodbye to Sammy, and Ronan and Mel B sent the competition into deadlock by choosing Angel and Sammy respectively.

The public vote came into play after that, and it was revealed that Angel Tupai had received the least amount of votes.

We are devastated by the loss of such a strong voice into the competition – we seriously thought Angel had a chance at winning!

Watch the verdict from last night below, and some of Angel’s best performances underneath!







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