Four Of Diamonds are keen to get back on form on The X Factor 2016 next weekend.
She was eliminated in the sing off against Four Of Diamonds, while Ryan Lawrie was saved from the bottom three (again) thanks to the new 'life line' vote twist.
Speaking On ITV's Lorraine today, Four Of Diamonds said the experience - as well as the judges comments - would only make them better.
"I think criticism makes us work harder because we know we've got catching up to do, we haven't had as much training, we know we need to work harder," they said.
The girls continued: "Unfortunately we were in the bottom two but we're gonna come back next week and show what we do, in Judges Houses we lost ourselves a little bit. It's motivation, it's woke us up."
Four Of Diamonds say they're keen to follow in the footsteps of Little Mix who remain the only group to ever win the show in 12 years.
They revealed: "We'd been watching videos of them all week of their performances on The X Factor, they'd given us so much inspiration for our performance.
"It's nice to see their journey through the competition and that's something we need to look at and take note from because they won and they are the only girl band who have won, so they're a big inspiration for us."
But it's not been straight forward for the four piece who were originally sent home at judges' houses.
Four Of Diamonds then got a second chance when they were brought back into the live shows when another of Louis' acts dropped out.
"It's hard because we haven't had the time to build our fanbase in the same way, so we can't put ourselves across in the same way the other contestants can," they admitted. "But we're so grateful for what we've had because it's been amazing."
The X Factor is back next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV at 8PM.
It's Halloween weekend and there will be a guest performance from reigning winner Louisa Johnson.