The X Factor Australia 2013 - JTR Sent Home By All The Judges

30 September 2013

Tonight on The X Factor Australia seven contestants became six in yet another heart breaking judge decision.

The show opened with the contestants singing a Take 40 chart favourite – Counting Stars by One Republic.

The contestants really stepped up their performance game this week with the feel good anthem.

WATCH: Dannii Minogue Cries Over Dami Im's X Factor Australia Performance

Jessica Mauboy then arrived to showcase her new single Pop A Bottle (Fill Me Up). Jess shone like the star she is wearing a super short silver dress that looked like fish scales.

The bottom two artists were then revealed as Nat's two groups - third d3gree and JTR.

Thankfully Jason Derulo then emerged to lift our mood and perform his get up and dance hit ‘Talk Dirty,’ showcasing his usual slick moves. He also seemed to have brought along his own DJ and had the crowd in the palm of hand, especially the girls in the front who squealed as he pulled up his shirt repeatedly.

They were also very excited when he told Luke that he may be looking for a place to live in Australia. Hopefully Jordin Sparks will join him?

JTR sung for their supper and performed Ed Sheeran's Lego House for their elimination track, with beautiful harmonies. Third D3gree perform ‘Dedication to my ex with their usual sass and grit.'

Then came decision time. Ronan Keating felt that Third D3gree had something more to give, while JTR haven't been consistent in the comp. Dannii felt the same and also sends JTR home. Saving Nat from making any tough decisions RedFoo goes with his gut and also sends JTR home.

Are you sad John Tom and Robin have left the competition? Who else do you think deserved to go?





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