Digital Spy readers voted the 16-year-old's cover of Take That's 'Rule the World' as the night's best performance, winning a massive 41% of the vote.
Jahmene Douglas came in a distant second, taking in 14.4% of the poll votes. Overs singer Melanie Masson finished in third place with 6.5%.
Jade Ellis and Lucy Spraggan completed the top five, with 5.4% and 5.3% respectively.
Our polls suggests that Louis Walsh's Groups are in the most danger of being the first act to be eliminated from the competition, as the three bands took the bottom three positions of the vote.
Union J finished in last place with just 1.5%, followed by District3 (2%) and MK1 (2.7%).
Rylan Clark finished just outside of the bottom three with 2.9%, while wildcard act Chris Maloney received 3% of the vote.
Elsewhere, James Arthur secured 5.2% of our poll, followed by Carolynne Poole (5.1%) and Kye Sones (4.9%).
The X Factor continues tonight at 8pm, with the results of the first public vote being revealed.
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