However, they were in the bottom two with Katie Waissel, and sang "Breakaway" in the final showdown.The result went to deadlock, and Belle Amie were eliminated.Grace Davies topped the viewers vote for the Sunday night show and had to face off against Saturday night's champion Rak-Su. You had the confidence and your song stood out among well-known songs. It's like your confidence is back'Nicole said: 'You were in the boxing ring tonight. I think you could be in trouble' as Sharon shouted 'she's right up there with everybody else.'Sharon added; 'You did yourself proud. Grace Davies, who said she 'was crazy in love' closed the show with original song Hesitate.Rak-Su pulled off a smooth performance of original song Mona Lisa while Grace worked her way through her song Hesitate. Simon said: 'We've got you back again over the past few weeks.
The 20-year-old dispelled fears she was a one trick pony, performing her own upbeat pop track 'Wolves'.The group was formed after all members applied as solo candidates for the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010, but failed to qualify for the "Girls" category.The judges, after a suggestion by Cowell, put them together in a band, qualifying for the Groups category. As a result of the public vote, they were put in bottom three and had to sing in the final showdown on 17 October, after Storm Lee polled the least amount of votes and was eliminated.The band originally consisted of Campbell, Wardman, Rebecca Creighton and Geneva Lane.Their debut single, "Girls Up", was released in August 2011.