Talented duo Alex and Sierra have made it through to the X Factor USA final after the Restless Road became the latest act to leave the show.
With so much at stake, it was a tense night for all involved. But sadly Restless Road failed to do as well as their X Factor USA counterparts when they were told that they won't not be making it into the final.
Mentor and head judge Simon Cowell showed his frustration as he said: "I am really disappointed guys, but I have said this before with other groups in this situation, it is not the end.
"You have been an absolute pleasure to work with but good luck to the other finalists."
Restless Road were voted off the show last night (WENN)
Speaking about their exit from the show, Restless Road member Colton Pack insisted that the show was not the end for the band. He said: "This is not the end of the road for us guys, you will be seeing us in the future."
Taking to Twitter to thank their fans for their love and support, the band which also includes Zach Beeken and Andrew Scholz, posted on the social networking site: "Thank y'all so much for this crazy journey. We've had the time of our lives and are so thankful for how far you've gotten us. We love y'all!"
The boys added a little later: "Thank you all the Restless Road accounts out there. We see all of you and cant thank you enough for your support. We hope you stick with us!"
Whilst it may have been the end of the road for the band, it wasn't for Jeff Gutt, Carlito Olivero and Alex and Sierra who all rejoiced when they found out that they had made it to the final.
Speaking before X Factor USA host Mario Lopez made the announcement, Alex and Sierra revealed ho much they wanted to stay in the competition. Alex commented: "I am excited to be in this situation, someone has to go home and hopefully it won't be us. It is going to be tough".
Whilst Sierra said: "We have only got one shot to make it into the finale, we are too close to go home now, this is the best opportunity we have ever been given and I don't want it to stop just yet."