The Stereo Hogzz have become the second act from the Top 12 to be eliminated in X Factor USA's first season.
The R&B boy band fell into the bottom two during Thursday night's live results show alongside Lakoda Rayne, after the pair were revealed to have received the lowest number of public votes.
"We're blessed to stand on the stage with Lakoda Rayne, we're blessed to get the comments from the judges. We're thankful for the experience. Thank you and we love you all," Stereo Hogzz said following their exit.
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Both acts sang again for judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger and LA Reid, with Lakoda Rayne taking on Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown's 'No Air'. Meanwhile, Stereo Hogzz performed Michael Jackson's 'You Are Not Alone'.
"Stereo Hogzz, I've been so impressed by how much you've grown and transformed throughout this competition. I admire you for your hard work and your spirit throughout this competition but I have to go with my gut," Scherzinger said before revealing her choice to send the band home.
Group mentor Abdul struggled to make a decision, initially insisting that she would abstain from voting.
"I'm too close to both of these acts. I love them both too much and I can't do this," she said, before eventually choosing to send Lakoda Rayne home in an effort to even the score between the groups.
Only Abdul voted to save Stereo Hogzz, with Cowell, Scherzinger and Reid all naming Lakoda Rayne as the stronger act.
The acts remaining in the competition alongside Lakoda Rayne are Marcus Canty, Drew Ryniewicz, LeRoy Bell, Astro, Rachel Crow, Chris Rene, Josh Krajcik, Melanie Amaro and Stacy Francis.
Tonight's episode also included performances by Willow Smith with her new single 'Fireball' and Jessie J, who sang her new US single 'Domino'.
The X Factor USA continues Wednesday at 8/7c on Fox.
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Watch the elimination below: