The 22-year-old isn't the first X Factor singer to kick up a stink on this show and cause chaos on stage and off it. Some of the most memorable show auditions haven't been the ones that have hit the right notes. It's the ones that have looked like they're going to hit the judges!
Reality Bites has picked out its favourite wild auditions from memory lane to remind you of the biggest bust-ups and tantrums that the show has given us in its nine-year history.
Ablisa's knockout effort:
Abbie and Lisa told the crowd to 'shut up'. One of them stormed off before they even performed. One of them mocked guest judge Natalie Imbruglia. Perhaps, most importantly, Abbie and Lisa couldn't sing. Any positives? Well, the one on the left has a cracking right hook on her.
Ariel Burdett freaks out Cheryl Cole
We didn't know what a holistic vocal coach was then and we still don't know. Ariel Burdett's freaky audition kicked off on a bad foot when she threw her number sticker at the judges when she walked in the room. And it was all downhill from then on...
George Gerasimou won't be on Tulisa's Christmas card list
George doesn't have one X Factor audition terror under his belt, he's got two. Firstly with rubbish hip-hop group Triple Trouble and second time around when he went solo in 2011. He went 'ghetto' on Tulisa, got mocked by Gary Barlow ("you've matured like a bad curry mate") and got a the best dressing-down ever from angry headmaster Dermot O'Leary backstage ("George watch your mouth! Don't call girls that!").
Debbie Stevens is given a soaking by Louis
"I'm already a star sweetheart," scowled Debbie Stevens as Louis Walsh giggled in his chair at her shocking audition. Strange - we haven't heard any of her records for a while. The grin on Louis's face when he throws a glass of water over Debbie is up there with our favourite Lou-Lou X Factor moments of all time, alongside Wagner/Vagner, Gummo-gate and "Little Lenny Henry".
Stephen Yates lays down some rhymes
If you audition fails, you always have your exit interview to make sure you leave with some dignity and class. Or of course you can lay down some shocking hip-hop put-downs about the judges and make yourself look even more life a doofus. Steven Yates went for option number two. What a dimwit.
What is the most shocking X Factor audition of all time? One on our list or do you have a personal favourite? Share your verdict below!