Guy kicked tonight’s show off by apologising to Mitchell for his public outburst last night.
He stood by his stance that rudeness should not be tolerated, but admitted he chose the wrong time to air his grievance.
With everything rosy again in X Factor land the finalists got all 007 on us and put on a shaken (not stirred) performance of Paul McCartney’s "Live And Let Die".
This was followed by an exclusive performance from our very own Natalie Bassingthwaighte, who showed the young pretenders how it’s done as she belted out her new track, "All We Have".
Canadian pop punksters Simple Plan followed with their current hit single "Can’t Keep My Hands Off You", before it was time for the dreaded results.
Yet again the lovely Jacqui was voted into the bottom two, to fight it out against Sydney’s cool cats YMS.
Jacqui’s rendition of No Doubt's "Just A Girl" was not without spirit, but Young Men Society’s stripped back take on Eric Clapton’s "Change The World" won the judges over, as they voted 3 to 1 in the group’s favour.Losing two acts in two weeks is bad news for Mel B… is she just being unlucky, or is she picking the wrong songs for her girls?