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X Factor 2013 Results: Abi Alton voted off!

X Factor 2013 Results: Abi Alton voted off!

Abi Alton is the latest contestant to be voted off X Factor 2013

On yesterday’s live show, Abi and her fellow contestants battled it out in Big Band week. The acts then faced the public vote for the fifth time this series.

Hannah Barrett joined Abi in the bottom two and the pair had to sing once again for their survival.

Abi sang Lego House by Ed Sheeran, while Hannah performed Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball.

Nicole Scherzinger was first to vote: “Dermot, I refused to choose between my girls.”

Gary Barlow said: “Abi you touched me tonight, it was incredible. Hannah, it’s your second time in the bottom two. The act I’m sending home is Abi”

Sharon Osbourne added: “It’s so frustrating Abi! You now show us your passion, you are a talented songwriter but I haven’t seen it since the auditions. Hannah, you know I love you.. I’m going to send Abi home.

With two votes, Abi was Eliminated.

Although his vote didn’t matter, Louis Walsh said he would have sent Abi home too.

Abi will be on tomorrow’s ITV Daybreak and This Morning.

Updated: Sunday 10 November 2013
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