The X Factor fans have been calling for the bottom two sing off to return.
This year has seen a brand new format for the live shows where the sing off has been replaced with a prize fight.
Viewer votes now decide alone who goes and instead the top two acts sing off in a bid to win a special prize each week.
The contestants this year have also been performing on separate nights in their categories, with the Overs and Girls latest to perform on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Rak-Su beat Grace Davies to win studio time in LA with a top songwriter.
The sing-off switch doesn't seem to have won over many fans of the show, who want more drama.
"Dear @TheXFactor ,what is the point of the prize sing off? Bring back the SURVIVAL sing off! Saturday’s lowest vs Sunday’s lowest?😏#xfactor" one viewer suggested.
Another agreed: "@TheXFactor WE DON'T WANT PRIZE FIGHT! BRING BACK THE SING OFF & THE OLD FORMAT! 😡 #XFactor #TheXFactor #XFactor2017"
"Cutting out the sing off was a mistake. It was the one moment which had some drama," added a third on Twitter.
A fourth concurred: "What is the point in this ‘prize fight’. No one cares who wins. Much better when the sing off was for a place in next weeks show #xfactor #TheXFactor #prizefight"
Unfortunately with the competition now entering the semi-final stages we won't be getting the sing-off back, this year at least.
A total of 6 contestants currently remain with just two weeks left to go.
They are Simon Cowell's Groups Rak-Su and The CutKelvins, Sharon Osbourne's final Girl Grace Davies.
Plus Louis Walsh's last Boy Lloyd Macey and Nicole Scherzinger's Overs Kevin Davy White and Matt Linnen.
The X Factor 2017 continues next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.
It'll be the semi-finals and for the first time this year, the acts will all be going head to head.