The X Factor recap: Four to the Floor

The top 4 acts advance to Wednesday's semifinals; Ke$ha 'sings' her latest fright fest
Ep. 23 | Aired Dec 6, 2012

FRIGHT FEST I thought this image of Ke$ha's glowing goblin hands might be fun, but now I'm just sorry.

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Of all the white lies told constantly on The X Factor -- Simon using the word "appalling": Britney Spears announcing she was just "blown away" -- has any untruth been so blatant as this absurdity from Khloe Kardashian's kisser?

"Of course the judges are just as nervous as the acts."

Dude. No. The judges don't even look directly at the acts while they're performing! L.A. Reid doesn't even know who the other lady judge is! It's fine. It's almost over. I'm glad you're all still here to get through THE HOLIDAYS with me and Demi Lovato's crocodile tears.

Midway through tonight's results show the axe came down: CeCe Frey -- part leopard, part diva, wholly 1-800-TOO-MUCH -- finished last in Wednesday's top 6 performance show. For her final words, CeCe brilliantly managed to start out sounding inspirational but then finish the sentence -- "the more you love who you are, the less you need anyone else to -- with a nasty eff-the-haters narcissistic vibe. But you know what, that's fine. Being loathed by hordes of strangers is no fun, even when you're a nightmare. She was just letting off some steam through her paws. I'd guess CeCe actually has learned a few lessons about humility in the past few months, even though she still insists on acting like a total beeyotch.

Demi joined her onstage and acted all apologetic: "I didn't have time to react, otherwise I'd be bawling my eyes out right now." Huh? Have you ever attended a results show, ma'am? This is how it works. Then thankfully Demi was able to tear up a little -- probably because she'd been peer-pressured into wearing leopard spots on her face! -- as she told CeCe she was proud of her. (For not dipping her entire head into ink tonight.)

Diamond White and Simon's girl group Fifth Harmony had to duke it out in the survival sing-off, and it was no contest: The five girls harmonized beautifully on Mariah Carey's "Any Time You Need a Friend," while Diamond, friendless, suffered from wavering vocals on "I Hope You Dance." Every judge except Britney (Diamond's coach) voted against our little gem, so she's out tonight. I absolutely loved her post-game attitude, though.

"I'm thinking of Cher Lloyd right now -- she came in fifth. I'll be sure to come back here with one of my hit songs and I'll perform for you guys!" Diamond promised.

NEXT: The Top 4, ranked by viewer votes!


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