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X-Factor Australia 2015 Shocking Twist: Tempers Rise And Favorites Are Booted Out!

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The latest season of X Factor Australia has taken quite interesting and shocking twist and turns.

Cyrus Villanueva survived another week on X Factor Australia. The 19-year-old student from Wollongong, New South Wales, has made it to the Final 5 after collecting votes from the viewers.

Filipino-Australian Cyrus Villanueva once again wowed the judges on X-Factor Australia as he moved on to the Top 5 in the Tuesday, November 3 episode.On Monday, November 2, Cyrus earned praise for performing Bob Dylan’s Knocking on Heaven’s Door, reports Rappler.

Inquirer?reports that James Blunt was all praises for Cyrus. ?Cyrus, the question is not what can you sing but what can?t you sing. I think I have caught the Cyrus virus!? judge James Blunt said, praising Villanueva for his rendition of the song.

Dannii Minogue said the Fil-Aussie singer was ?nailing it week after week.??Sometimes, this show just captures people in their prime and all the stars align,? Minogue said.

Meanwhile, Natalie Conway has been ejected from the X Factor after the judges took the decision to deadlock last night.

According to Daily Telegraph, the 33-year-old blonde from Sydney hasn?t featured in the bottom two throughout the series. And she put in a stunning performance of 90s house track Toca?s Miracle on Monday night but found herself in the drop zone with Mahalia.

It came down to a dramatic sing-off between the pair, with Natalie performing Sinead O?Connor?s Nothing Compares 2 U and Mahalia No More Drama by Mary J Blige.

Well, things are steaming up too much on the show. Quite recently, Chris Isaak lost his cool as James Blunt took a swipe at one of his remaining contestants.

The You’re Beautiful singer gave an apologetic review of Big T’s performance, telling the contestant he was in danger of sounding like a ‘cruise ship’ act.

We hope the contestants take it as a positive criticism and not get upset about all these things.

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