Tulisa Contostavlos's girl band recovered from controversy surrounding their name change to pull out a show-stopping rendition of Katy Perry's 'E.T.', which impressed an astonishing 27.1% of our readers.
Kitty Brucknell, who last week landed in the bottom two of the official X Factor vote, came second with 17%, as Johnny Robinson followed his victory in last week's Digital Spy poll by finishing third on 11% with his performance of 'That Ol' Devil Called Love' by Ella Fitzgerald.
Frankie Cocozza ended up bottom of the poll for a second consecutive week with only 1.2% rating his version of 'Should I Stay Or Should I Go' by The Clash, while the new-look version of The Risk and Sophie Habibis were also identified as being in trouble with just 3.2% and 5.1% of the vote respectively.
Janet Devlin topped Digital Spy's first poll for her strong showing in Love and Heartache week.
The Irish teenager this week admitted to reading fan comments on the "cheeky" Digital Spy forums.