Rachel Crow Eliminated

December 9, 2011 by staff 

Rachel Crow Eliminated, Marcus Canty and Rachel Crow were in the bottom two of the audience voting on ‘X Factor‘ this week. It was familiar territory for Canty, who has inexplicably been in the bottom of the voting for the third week in a row, despite the fact that his performances are always entertaining. Ultimately, Crow was sent home because the judge’s panel went to deadlock and she received the lowest amount of votes from America.

This was fan favorite Crow’s first time having to sing for a save, and she admitted to nerves and told Canty she loved him before they went head to head, er, voice to voice. “Bottom two again,” Canty said, obviously disappointed upon learning his fate.

He paid homage to one of tonight’s guest performers, Mary J. Blige, by performing her torchy R&B ballad ‘I’m Going Down,’ which he had sang on the show previously. He knocked it out of the park, with the bases loaded.

Seriously America. Why is Marcus Canty camped out in Bottomville again? And why would Rachel Crow ever end up there? Come on!

Crow, looking cute in a hot pink jacket, also reprised a previous performance, singing Etta James’ classic ‘I’d Rather Go Blind,’ which showed the teen to be mature behind her years. She got super emotional while performing, fighting back tears while belting out the song. She tied the game at that point, as the camera cut to Paula Abdul standing up, cheering her on and mouthing “Yes, yes, yes.”

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One Response to “Rachel Crow Eliminated”

  1. john on December 11th, 2011 3:25 am

    i wish would put out a statement why they sabotaged the group “illusion confusion” i was in the audience in Miami they came on right before Melanie and totally ROCKED the bank Atlantic center,they got TWO standing ovations,Simon said “fantastic,you are the best group in the competition by far” and i remember Paula said” i’d love to bathe in Illusion Confusion”the arena broke out in laughter. made it to final 32 yet that awesome audition NEVER shown,2 performances judges house never shown and final straw all other 31 acts perform undisturbed yet theirs was sabotaged with a talking interveiw over theirs ,even Yahoo music critic Lyndsey Parker wrote article(judges house part 2) 3 weeks ago and stated xfactor had to have something personal on these guys,notice youtube vid(bootcamp group 7)again get shafted as they only show them dancing in background.i wrote to and asked and they banned me from posting,just for asking why? thats pretty deep to ban someone for a question,must be touchy subject. wish more people would write or post on their site and ask why they felt they had to sabotage these guys,oh and i KNOW at their judges house perf, Paula’s face and”on the fence comment WERE edited in from ANOTHER group they were commenting on,they SHOULD put up their 1st audition,what are they scared of?