Published Sunday, 03 November 2013
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X Factor: The Results
X Factor: A Night To Remember
Kingsland Road sing for survival
Tamera sings for survival
Kingsland Road's best bits
A night with Robbie and Olly
Xtra Factor: Goodbye Kingsland Road
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The popular boyband were pitted against competition favourite Tamera Foster in a tough sing-off, with both acts giving fantastic performances in the hope that the Judges would save them.
The result of the public vote was especially surprising as both acts received positive comments from the judging panel during Saturday's Disco themed main show.
However Nicole Scherzinger told Kingsland Road she felt their act was a little "too planned" and "too perfect" and they also needed to work on their vocals.
The favourites to be in the bottom two on Sunday were Sam Callahan and Abi Alton.
Following the sing-off, Gary Barlow said: "The public have got it wrong this week, neither of you deserve to be here."
Kingsland Road sang James Morrison's 'I Won't Let You Go' as their 'save me' song, with Nicole telling them: "You guys have so much energy and so much heart and soul and you bring it week after week."
But the former Pussycat Doll chose to save her own act Tamera, who gave a belting performance of Whitney Houston's 'I Have Nothing'.
While Gary chose to save his group from elimination, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh both agreed with Nicole and saved Tamera.
"You were both incredible," said Louis. "But Tamera sang her heart out this evening, she has got star quality."
Speaking after the shocking result, mentor Gary said: "Kingsland Road were a hit band when they came into this show and they will be a hit band in the future - I am certain of this."
He added: "I would like to remind the voting public that this is a singing competition."
This is the second act in a row Gary has lost after girl group Miss Dynamix left the competition in week three.
The fourth results show opened with the final nine contestants performing 'A Night To Remember' for the audience.
Also taking to the X Factor stage were 2011 winners Little Mix who performed their latest single 'Move'.
US Country singer Taylor Swift made an appearance alongside Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody who performed 'The Last Time' which the pair co-wrote for Taylor's album Red.
Co Down man Gary was making his X Factor debut and said he was happy to finally get to perform on the show.
The remaining eight contestants will sing again next week with the return of the Big Band.
The X Factor is on UTV on Saturday and Sunday from 8pm.
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