Kevin Davy White has won the second prize fight on The X Factor 2017.
Kevin Davy White beat Rak-Su in a the new sing-off twist for this year's live shows which pits the best acts against each other.
This year there is no bottom two sing off and the results are on the same night, decided by the viewer poll alone.
On Saturday the Boys and Groups performed and Leon Mallett became the third act to be eliminated after polling the fewest votes.
But Rak-Su went forward to the 'prize fight' after topping the public vote for the second week in a row.
Tonight (Sunday), the Overs and Girls performed before a second public vote ended in Tracy Leanne Jefford leaving while Kevin Davy White topped the vote.
Rak-Su and Kevin therefore went head to head in the prize fight, competing for studio time with a top record producer and the recording of their own single.
They both reprised their songs from the weekend before another public vote opened between the two.
Once the flash poll closed, host Dermot O'Leary revealed the results.
And with the most votes, Kevin Davy White won the second prize fight of the series and will enjoy studio time with a top record producer.
A total of 12 now remain in the competition's final stages ahead of next weekend's third round of live shows.
They are Simon Cowell's Groups Rak-Su, The CutKelvins, Sean and Conor Price and wildcard Jack & Joel, Sharon Osbourne's Girls Grace Davies, Rai-Elle Williams, Holly Tandy and wildcard Alisah Bonaobra.
Plus Louis Walsh's Boys Lloyd Macey and Sam Black and Nicole Scherzinger's Overs Kevin Davy White and Matt Linnen.
The X Factor 2017 continues next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.