She has sparked more controversy on the X Factor than ever before, and last night X Factor judges saved Honey G.

The country braced themselves following Sunday (November 20) night's tense live sing-off on the X Factor between controversial rapper Honey G who found herself in the elimination position for the first time against Ryan Lawrie following their Movie-themed performances.

However the aspiring rapper from Harrow was saved by the show's judges on the ITV reality television show, with Simon Cowell , mentor Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh keeping the North wheezy rapper in the competiton.

With her hands covering her face the 36-year-old fell to her knees as she made it through to another live show following her first experience of being in the bottom two.

Honey G wraps her face in her hands as Louis saves her from the X Factor

While Honey G performed a Missy Elliiott mash up, Ryan was kicked out of the competition after failing to impress judges with his rendition of Ed Sheeran's Lego House.

Fans have subsequently slammed the judges, particularly Mr Cowell, with people storming on Twitter moments after the results to accuse Simon of fixing the show to boost ratings.

Love Island star @ItsRykard tweeted: "Simon keeping Honey G is a FIX desperate for ratings I can only assume. #XFactor."

Another viewer commented: "@TheXFactor is a complete fix. Honey G what the hell is wrong with the judges? @RyanLawrie_ deserved to go through he can sing! #XFactor."

Another tweeted: "Only a bit fishy that 3 of the judges voted to keep Honey G in desperate for rating much?"

Meanwhile another fan said tweeted: "Imagine being voted out against a 40 year old woman who thinks she's the next Eminem " followed by "The X Factor is the most fixed TV show I've ever seen."

Honey G hugs Dermot O'Leary after Louis Walsh saves her

Watch Honey G's pitch to fans to vote for her to win the X Factor

Video thumbnail, Honey G pitches for Saturday (Nov 19) night's X Factor show
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Honey G pitches to fans for X Factor win

Now the remaining acts will battle it out in the final stages of the competition and the public decides who will win.

Contestants will have started rehearsals for this week's theme which is 'Louis Loves' with acts singing Louis Walsh's favourite hits.

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