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Carlos left with a smile as his mentor, Paulina Rubio, called him "an inspiration." Now it's an even playing field with three acts per team.
Alex & Sierra's mentor, Simon, thought they lost the melody and that it wasn't as good as it should have been.
The microphone was shaking as Jeff Gutt performed, but Jeff remained calm as he delivered Cutting Crew's "I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight."
Simon called Josh a "future star" and "absolutely sensational."
Ellona got a standing ovation from the lady judges, but Simon thought the first part of the song was erratic.
Demi Lovato said to Rachel, "You make me so proud every week and you're not even in my category."
Simon introduced Restless Road with his best country accent..
Paulina Rubio said that Khaya was "better than ever and better than last week. Brilliant!"
Demi Lovato said that although Tim has a wonderful voice, he's missing the X factor.
The sweet girls of Sweet Suspense looked edgy in their 1980s looks.
Simon said to Rion, "No matter what song you are given, you perform it 110%."
The judges all felt that the dancing was taking away from Carlito's singing, which needs to be the focus.
Simon called Lillie "a naughty little thing," and said he appreciated her attempt to be a current artist.
In the '80s, Lillie McCloud was a struggling artist who went by Nicole McCloud.
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