Filipino singer Alisah Bonaobra ended her The X Factor UK journey after being a wildcard in the reality competition.
For her final performance, Alisah performed George Michael's "Praying for Time."
The 22-year-old singer was rewarded with a standing ovation from her mentor Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger.
Judge Louis Walsh praised Alisah by saying, "You come out like a little Filipino tigress and you hit every note.
"It's all perfect. You picked the right song: 'Praying for Time.' This is your time."
Nicole said that Alisah's voice is "limitless" and "has no boundaries."
The former Pussycat Dolls member also described her as a "little Filipino powerhouse."
Judge Simon Cowell pointed out that Alisah's rendition is "very old-fashioned."
He explained, "Every time you do one of these songs, it's very old-fashioned. And that's not why you're here, you want to be a contemporary singer.
"I still don't think you've nailed your version of the song yet."
However, Alisah was eliminated from competition when she received the lowest number of public votes.
"I never thought I'd go this far, and I can't believe I just did it. Thank you very much for all your support," said the Pinay contestant before bidding goodbye on X Factor UK Season 14.
In the past, Alisah was eliminated during the Bootcamp and the Six-chair Challenge. At the Judge's House, judge Sharon Osbourne told the Pinay singer she didn't make the cut for the live performances. Alisah returned as a wildcard act.
In 2015, Alisah emerged as a runner-up in ABS-CBN's The Voice of the Philippines Season 2.