The 45-year-old received the biggest cheers of the night for his rendition of 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love' by The Darkness, and 18.8% of you agreed that he deserved the applause in our exclusive poll.
Voters also gave their backing to Louis Walsh's second act Kitty Brucknell, whose flame-licked performance of 'Live and Let Die' earned her the runner-up spot with 17.4%.
Gary Barlow's act Marcus Collins finished third on 14.5%, while Misha B - who was accused of bullying by Walsh and Tulisa Contostavlos on last night's show - received 13.7% of your votes.
However, the results seem to suggest that Frankie Cocozza will finish in the bottom two for a second consecutive week, after he captured only 1.2% of the vote.
Sami Brookes, Craig Colton and Rhythmix also appear to be in danger, garnering just 1.5%, 3.7% and 3.8% respectively.
Digital Spy readers last week named Janet Devlin as their favourite act of The X Factor's Love and Heartache show.
Voters in the previous poll correctly predicted that Cocozza and eliminated boyband Nu Vibe would face the sing-off last Sunday.