Amelia Lily has been booted out from "X Factor."

Amelia, 17, from Nunthorpe in Middlesbrough said that this "wasn't the last of Amelia Lily." She said, "Can I just say thank you to everyone who voted me back into the competition. My ambition was to get to the final and I did it," as quoted by the Telegraph.

She performed Ike & Tina Turner's "River Deep - Mountain High" with the Destiny's Child star and said it was the most amazing night of her life.

According to the Telegraph, Amelia received the lowest votes from public following two performances in front of 10,000 people at the Wembley Arena in north London.

Commenting on the ouster of Amelia, show supremo Simon Cowell, who was in the U.S., said, "I thought Amelia sang really well, better than I've heard her before," reports the Sun.

He said it was one the great finals he has seen though he was not present on the panel. He was supporting the group mentored by Tulisa Contostavlos to win the competition and felt they performed great and there was something special with the band.

Jade Thirlwall, 18, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 20, Jesy Nelson, 20, and Perrie Edwards, 18, marked the history by becoming the first girlband to reach the ITV show's final.

Former X Factor contestants JLS said that they had supported the girls since the beginning of the show, but also wished Amelia a great singing career.

Now, the remaining two contestants Little Mix and Marcus Collins will be facing each other in the finale on Sunday at the Wembley Arena.

Collins said his duet of Billy Joel's "She's Always A Woman to Me" with Gary Barlow was dedicated to his mother who he "couldn't have done it without." Commenting on his performance, his mentor Gary Barlow said, ""Marcus has been incredible. One of the great things about Marcus is he listens and he takes on board everything you say and he comes back next week even better."

While Little Mix sang an Alicia Keyes medley of "If I Ain't Got You" and "Empire State of Mind" with Tulisa as their "fifth member."