Decide for yourself whether she deserved to be in the bottom two of X Factor - yet again.
Katie Waissel was voted into the bottom two acts of X Factor for a third time this series.
After her rendition of No Doubt’s Don’t Speak on Saturday’s American themed show failed to impress the audience, she sang for survival for the second week in a row.
Judge Danni Minogue told the Jewish singer: “For some reason I just didn’t connect, I think you were thinking about the performance and where you were moving.”
Simon Cowell added: “It kind of fell apart in the middle.
“The vocals fell off and it looked like you were struggling.”
The Jewish songbird performed Bewitched on this week's X Factor, but it wasn't enought to put her safely through and she narrowly escaped being voted out of the competition.
It was another tense week of X Factor for Jewish hopeful Katie Waissel, as she had to sing for survival for a second time this series.
She failed to win over fans after her rendition of Ella Fitzgerald’s Bewitched on Saturday night’s Halloween themed show.
Her witch outfit, with large back-combed hair and white false eyelashes, was unpopular. Dannii Minogue told her: “The makeup was a little bit scary tonight.
“It was distracting from your singing.”
Katie Waissel sings her way to another week of this year's X Factor.
Jewish singer Katie Waissel has made it through to another round of the X Factor and won praise from the judges.
Her name was the fourth to be called on the results show as she exceeded all expectations over the weekend.
She impressed the judges and the audience with her rendition of the King of the Swingers from Disney’s The Jungle Book for this week’s “guilty pleasures” theme.
Judge Simon Cowell said he was sceptical before her performance: “G-d only knows why she chose this song; it wouldn’t be in my top million.”
Former X Factor star Stacey Solomon is expected to be back on reality TV from next month.
The ex-King Solomon High School pupil has been tipped to appear in the new series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. Her manager said he would not comment on "speculation".
If she does appear on the programme, which has been running since 2002, she will be joined in the jungle by the presenter Gail Porter and the athlete Linford Christie.
Ms Solomon, 21, came third in the 2009 series of X Factor – a record Jewish singer Katie Waissel is hoping to improve on this year.
Long before the black eyeliner, the bleached hair and the fake eyelashes, X Factor star Katie Waissel was just a normal Jewish girl.
Now she hopes fans are beginning to see a "stripped-back" version of the girl captured in this 1998 photograph of an RSY summer camp.
Ms Waissel, 24, who is in the final 12 of the ITV 1 competition, said she hoped Jewish fans would get behind her bid for a record contract with Simon Cowell.
Katie Waissel sings her way through another round of this year's X Factor.
Katie Waissel has sailed through to the next round of the X Factor live shows.
Ms. Waissel was the first to be put through on Sunday’s results show after her performance of Etta James’ I Would Rather Go Blind.
X Factor judge, Danni said: “No one can deny that you sang with every bit of effort that you had.”
She added: “I didn’t like your performance last Saturday.