Misha B gets kicked off in semi-finals
Monday 05 December 2011
After numerous weeks of finding herself in the bottom two, Misha B was finally put out of her misery as she said her goodbyes to The X Factor, missing out on a place in the finals.
Misha had great feedback form the judges on both of her chosen songs during Motown week, but this was obviously not enough to save her as she was named as the act with the least amount of public votes, meaning that she was automatically eliminated without the judges say-so.
Misha had found herself in the bottom two on numerous occasions since Tulisa had revealed that she was bullying the other contestants behind the scenes. Despite her great talent and flawless performances, the 19-year-old said her goodbyes last night.
After calling out Little Mix and Marcus first, Dermot left it down to Amelia and Misha. When Amelia's name was called, she grabbed Misha and told her: 'I love you, I love you'
Misha B took the news well and even managed to belt out a flawless version of Jessie J's Who You Are to see her off.
She introduced the song with an emotional rap which seemed to sum up the singers feelings about music and her career.
Asked if she had anything to say, Misha simply said: 'Just wanna say thank you to every at X Factor for making dreams reality, stylists and everyone behind the scenes and Kelly Rowland the best mentor in the world.'
Tulisa was seen crying as Misha sung her emotional farewell song.
Later, on the Xtra Factor, Kelly enthused about Misha, saying: 'Misha can do whatever she wants to do because that is the kind of artist she is, she’s just so incredibly talented and I’m so proud of her.
'I think that Misha has shown so much of herself on this show and it’s only a matter of time if people haven’t been on her foot-tails already I’m going be there ever step of the way, I’m her biggest supporter and will always be there for her, and if I can do anything to help her then I will.'
Little Mix couldn't believe their luck when their name was announced first - they looked shocked and overwhelmed as they hugged their mentor, Tulisa. They are the first ever girl group to get to the finals.
Meanwhile, Liverpudlian hairdresser Marcus Collins said: 'I'm gobsmacked, I'm gonna keep working hard I promise.'