Cheryl Fernandez-Versini speaks out after losing half X Factor acts

Published Monday, Oct 20 2014, 08:30 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was dealt a double blow last night after losing half of her X Factor acts.

Cheryl first had to wave goodbye to Stephanie Nala, after she received the fewest public votes following her performance on Saturday night.

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is seen leaving 'The X Factor' held at Fountain Studios, Wembley on October 19, 2014 in London, England.

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Cheryl manages a smile after losing two X Factor acts

Jazz singer Chloe-Jasmine Whichello then found herself in the sing-off with boy band Stereo Kicks, and Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Mel all voted to send her home.

Like Louis, Cheryl now only has two acts remaining in this year's competition, whereas Simon and Mel still have all of their contestants.

Keeping her spirits up, former Girls Aloud star Cheryl has taken to Twitter and thanked those who had taken the time to vote for her girls.

She said: "Want to say thank to everyone that supported and voted for the girls to this point.. It was v much appreciated by us all, thank you #xf."

Cheryl then added: "@CHLOEJASMINEW @StephanieNala Thank you so much for being an absolute pleasure and sweethearts to work with. Love you both."

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini shares a picture of herself and Jessie J backstage on X Factor - 19 Oct 2014

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Cheryl has also thanked pop star Jessie J, who performed her latest track 'Bang Bang' on last night's X Factor results show.

Alongside a photo of herself and Jessie, the Geordie star added: "Thank you @isthatjessiej for bringing your 'BANGING' self onto our show .. #banging #xf."

Meanwhile, Mel B has also told viewers that she felt particularly worried about seeing at least one of her boys leave this weekend.

"I was sooooo worried tonight," Mel Instagrammed. "Thank you everyone for voting for my boys @paulakister @andrea_faustini @jackwaltonofficial @jakequickenden14, we need these boys."

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