The good and the bad, the Cheryl and the Nicole, the blueberries and O Fortuna, the D.O.A.: your comprehensive rankings from last night's X Factor.
The ultimate, comprehensive guide to everyone good and not-so-good about the singing competition.
In which the duets do NOT do it, and in which a front-runner is crowned.
Who will win? Who should win? What was up with those original songs, anyway?
Guess who went through! Yeah, you're probably right. But what else happened?
For the semifinals, the coaches competed to give their contestants the least fitting song choices they could.
It's moratorium time for Kings of Leon and "Jesus Take The Wheel."
Team Xtina and Team Blake are down for the count in the first live singing round and the first you can vote on. How'd they do?
Two lovebirds kiss at a singing competition in 2011. Name the show.
The big surprise of the finale? It was pretty entertaining for a show with an all-but-predetermined outcome.
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Is this the "turnt" anthem we deserve?
It's her party, she can murder a French fry skeleton if she wants, for instance.
Can 4minute pull out another "What's Your Name?" and beat 2NE1?
America decides between Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel and The Swon Brothers.
Paul put Eleanors on the map, yo.
We've got our first John Mayer diss track, and it is MEAN.
Even Mr. Movin' On is smiling.
We're getting the strong feeling Mr. Bieber does not care for paparazzi.
Why did Lil Wayne sully the honor of this great nation?
Vicky just dropped her first post-Victorious single and it's pretty good.
Just like The Pussycat Dolls, only not as good.
2NE1 plans to make up for lost time.
The final three artists take the stage and vie for votes for the last time.