The former burrito maker impressed judges and viewers alike with his version of Foo Fighters' 'The Pretender', grabbing a massive 35.3%, a nice lead over Melanie Amaro, whose version of REM's 'Everybody Hurts' earned 18.3%.
Drew Ryniewicz, who took on U2's 'With or Without You', pulled in 10.5% of your votes while 13-year-old Rachel Crow, who dominated Movie Week, still made a respectable showing with 10.2%.
Readers were less impressed with rapper Brian 'Astro' Bradley, whose creative mix-up of the classic Police song 'I'll Be Watching You' only earned 6.7%. Close behind were Lakoda Rayne, whose attempt to change things up with their mash-up of Outfield's 'Use Your Love' and Fleetwood Mac's 'Go Your Own Way' only garnered 5.1%.
Neck and neck were Chris Rene and LeRoy Bell, with 4.3% and 4.1%, respectively. Rene performed Bob Marley's 'No Woman, No Cry' while Bell went with Bob Seeger's 'We Got Tonight'.
Falling into Digital Spy readers' bottom two were Marcus Canty and Stacy Francis. Canty's version of Janis Joplin's 'Piece of my Heart' earned a paltry 3.1%, while Francis grabbed only 2.3% for her cover of Meat Loaf's 'It's All Coming Back to Me Now'.
Tune into The X Factor USA on Fox at 8/7c on Thursday to find out who will be going home!
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