Alisah Bonaobra has spoken out after her X Factor exit at the weekend.
Last weekend saw the third round of live shows of The X Factor 2017 with the new format.
The contestants this year are performing in separate nights in their categories and on Sunday evening the Boys and Girls were in the spotlight.
Alisah Bonaobra was latest to be voted off the show, alongside duo Jack and Joel following the Overs and Groups' performances on Saturday.
This year there is no sing off and the results are on the same night, decided by the viewer poll alone.
Following her exit, Alisah took to Twitter this week to post her final X Factor video diary.
And despite leaving, she was VERY happy.
"I just want to give the positivity of me to you," she said, "It's like, when you have a dream like me never give up and just keep pushing hard to just reach the top."
Alisah added: "It's like just feel every moment, enjoy every day and smile always because smile is everything inn everyone's hearts."
Meanwhile, it was revealed that Lloyd Macey topped the latest public vote. He went forward to a new sing-off format against Kevin Davy White from the Overs category, who topped Saturday's vote.
Lloyd went on to win the latest prize fight, which this week was to open for Little Mix at their upcoming Manchester tour date.
A total of 10 contestants now remain in the competition's final stages ahead of next weekend's fourth live shows.
They are Simon Cowell's Groups Rak-Su, The CutKelvins and Sean and Conor Price, Sharon Osbourne's Girls Grace Davies, Rai-Elle Williams and Holly Tandy.
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 with a Crazy In Love theme.