"Simon Cowell what were you thinking?"
On tonight's episode of the ITV singing contest, Honey G hit back at the BBC star by saying: "I'd like to challenge Ed Balls to a dance-off, challenge me any day". Sharon Osbourne then came to the rescue stating that Simon has his own group of talents who were "auditioning" and evidently reaching the top.
He said: "For me, the one who felt they wanted to stay in more, based on that, was Honey G".
Head honcho Simon Cowell kicked off the judge's decision following the sing off as he said: 'Ryan you were my wildcard and what you've done has been incredible but you've been in the bottom a lot. This, without a doubt, motivates many of her voting fans.
Cowell, who was previously a harsh critic of Honey, told her that he "loved her" after her performance on Sunday. "The frontrunners last night stepped up".More news: Check out these spectacular supermoon photos from all over the world
The Blackpool Special of the popular BBC One dancing show enjoyed its highest peak audience figure for the current series with 11.9 million viewers, while it pulled in an average of 10.7 million viewers.
"I knew I had to deliver the goods". After getting off to a rocky start, he finally got in to it while playing the guitar.
Early-pick Sam Lavery has missed the mark in recent weeks and it was no surprise to see her going, although justice might have insisted she stay at least a week longer than perennial Bottom-Three-er, Ryan Lawrie.
"The track that I did this week was slightly different tempo, it wasn't up tempo", she explained.
It was the first time Honey G, real name Anna Georgette Gilford, had been in the sing-off, but viewers were sure the judges would save Ryan over her. And those were just my favorites, without even getting into how Saara Alto slayed "My Heart Will Go On", 5 After Midnight rocked "Try A Little Tenderness", and Honey G got insane with a mashup, "It's Like That"/"Gettin' Jiggy wit It".