Kitty Brucknell last night became the 10th contestant to be eliminated from this year's X Factor competition.
The quirky extrovert - who was matched at a high of 3.75 in the 10th Elimination market - arguably gave her worst performance of the series on Saturday night and looked a tad dejected during her rendition of the Queen hit Don't Stop Me Now.
That was enough for her odds to shrink to a low of just 1.54, and punters who backed her will have had few worries once it was announced she would be in a sing-off with Misha Bryan.
Mentor Louis Walsh understandably saved his own act (Brucknell) but the other three mentors - Gary Barlow, Kelly Rowland, and Tulisa Contostavlos - all decided to save Bryan. Brucknell's exit means Walsh has become the first mentor to lose all his acts.
After Frankie Cocozza's exit last Tuesday, 16-year-old Amelia Lily - previously eliminated in week one - returned to the competition on Saturday night after polling 48% of a public vote. She then went on to perform an excellent rendition of Queen's The Show Must Go On, prompting Betfair layers to offer no more than 4.5 about the Middlesbrough lass in the Winner market.
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