For the first time this year, Honey G was in the sing off, surviving thanks to the judges after performing against Ryan Lawrie.
Chatting after on the Xtra Factor, Honey G was confident that she could still make the final.
"I knew I had to deliver the goods and that's just what I did," Honey G said of her sing off performance.
She continued: "I've still got my eye on the prize, I'm a fighter, I've always been a fighter and I'm determined to fight my way into the final .
"I'm always with the music team rehearsing it."
As for why she may have been in the sing off this week, Honey G suggested: "The track I did this week I think was slightly different tempo it wasn't as upbeat as I've been doing each week. It may not have been the right track for me."
Despite Honey G's confidence, Simon Cowell said she would need a miracle to win the show... even though he saved her from the axe.
Simon said on the Xtra Factor of his decision to save Honey G over Ryan Lawrie: “You have to make a call in the moment, and I think if we’re being honest with each other, watching the show last night, I can see a very very clear three or four people who’ve got a real shot.
“I don’t think Ryan would have gone any further. I think he’s done brilliant to go as far as he has… Whatever you do, you’re going to be unpopular, but the truth is, unless Honey performs a miracle, she’s not going to win this show.”
The X Factor is back next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.