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    Ungrateful X Factor failure Cher Lloyd lashed out at the show's judges last night as she crashed out of the show, railing: 'I didn't want to win anyway.'

    The stroppy teen, who for once managed not to cry when she was voted off the show last night, claimed there was a conspiracy against her, despite landing the lowest number of public votes of the four remaining acts.

    And in an incredible about turn, despite months of pleading to be kept on the show, she said hadn't needed it to launch her career anyway.



    Bye bye then: Cher was wearing floral patterened baggy paracute pants and high-heeled red ankle boots when she arrived at the X Factor studios today



    The Sunday Mirror reports that the 17-year-old launched into an incredible outburst at production staff during rehearsals for the final this week, ranting: 'I didn't want to win anyway. I'm going to make it anyway. You lot can stick it up your a***.'


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    • And then there were three: Cher Lloyd's X Factor dream is over as she's sent packing
    • And the winner of the X Factor is...? EVERYONE - Favourite Matt Cardle set to rake in £5million next year and all finalists will receive £1million contracts


    Her rant came after yet another shaky run-through in the run-up to the weekend's finals.

    The paper reports she pointed at the showís choreographers and singing coaches and screamed: 'You lot have wanted me out from the beginning. All of you have.

    'I know Danni and Louis have hated me from the beginning Ė but I donít care. I couldnít give a f***. Iíve got *Cheryl Cole, thatís all that matters.'




    Grin and bare it: The failed X-Factor finalist had a somewhat fixed smile when she arrived for rehearsals today ahead of the final of the competition - which she was dumped out of last night

    Her outburst was met with an embarrassed silence. A source said: 'No one could believe a 17-year-old could be quite so disrespectful to a group of seasoned professionals with a lot of experience in this industry.'

    The wannabe was equally ****y last night after she failed to thank mentor Cheryl Cole from the stage after host Dermot O'Leary told her she'd failed to make the grand final.


    Then sneering to staff backstage, the paper reports Cher said: 'You havenít seen the last of me, definitely not.

    'Iím going to use this as my platform and Iím going to make sure Iím the biggest Goddamn thing to ever come out of the X Factor. And thatís not being ****y; itís just being very, very *committed to what I do.'
    The hopeful from Malvern, Worcestershire, was the bookies favourite to face the chop last night after the public failed to warm to her perceived arrogance.





    Sent packing: Cher Lloyd was given the boot from the X Factor last night in the first part of the weekend's final showdown, seen here being consoled by host Dermot O'Leary and mentor Cheryl Cole



    Battling for the X Factor crown: The judges watch on as the three remaining acts stood in a line on the stage, from left, Matt, Rebecca and One Direction


    Her departure came after mash-up of the Clapping Song and Get Ur Freak On, which drew praise from show supremo Simon Cowell.

    He said: 'Cher, you smashed that Ė thatís why Iím happy that you got through. You are my favourite little brat Ė a little brat with a heart of gold.'
    She then shared the stage with Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am, starting with Where Is The Love before duetting on the band's more recent hit, I Got A Feelin'.


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    • And then there were three: Cher Lloyd's X Factor dream is over as she's sent packing
    • And the winner of the X Factor is...? EVERYONE - Favourite Matt Cardle set to rake in £5million next year and all finalists will receive £1million contracts


    It means Matt Cardle, Rebecca Ferguson and boyband One Direction will battle to win the show on tonight's grand finale.
    For what turned out to be her last stand, Cher performed two songs, kicking off with a mash-up of The Belle Stars Clapping Song and Missy Elliot Get Ur Freak On.

    She then shared the stage with Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am, starting with Where Is The Love, which Cheryl described as the 'perfect collaboration.'
    The duo jumped around the stage, which was lit up with a laser display, as they belted out the hit song together.

    She's got swagger: Cher Lloyd performed a mash-up of The Belle Stars Clapping Song and Missy Elliot Get Ur Freak On

    'That was possibly the best thing I've ever done in my life,' Cher said afterwards.

    The pair then duetted on the band's more recent hit I Got A Feelin'.
    Cowell gave her high praise afterwards, telling her: 'Using one of Cheryl's expressions I'm going to say you smashed that.

    'This is why I am happy we put you through. You are my favourite little brat with a heart of gold. My favourite performance of yours so far.'

    Mentor Cheryl added: 'I saw something in you Cher the second you walked in that audition room. You are here in the final tonight no matter what controversy you've faced and I hope to see you smashing it again.'



    Cher held it together and refrained from turning on the water works as she thanked everyone for their support over the course of the contest as she was given the news.


    'Thank you to everybody that ever believed in me,' she said.

    'My highlight is standing on this stage with Will.i.am and I thank everyone who arranged that for me and to him.'

    'Perfect collaboration': Cher took to the stage with Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am, performing I Gotta Feeling after kicking off solo with Where Is The Love


    Cher has come in the bottom two twice and no act in the show's history has managed to clinch the X Factor crown after coming in this position during the contest.
    However, despite her disappointment, the teenager is still on course to get a record contract.
    Her mentor Cheryl Cole has described her as the 'future generation of music' while Simon Cowell is also a big fan.
    The music mogul is set to give £1million contracts to all the acts in the final four - and win or lose Matt Cardle is on course to earn a cool £5million over the next few year, according to music industry insiders.
    Cowell confirmed last night: 'They've all got something. They're all brilliant. '

    With the fans: Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills talks to Cher's former headteacher in her hometown of Malvern, Worcestershire


    Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills was mobbed by the crowds in Cher's hometown of Malvern in Worcestershire, where he spoke to the contestant's former headmaster and friends during last night's show.
    The show had kicked off with the final 16 contestants of this year's series taking to the stage, performing a group rendition of Eighties hit What A Feeling from the 1983 film Flashdance.

    It included a rapping sequence from Cher Lloyd, as well as interludes from controversial contestants Wagner and Katie Waissel.
    Tonight's grand finale starts on ITV1 at 7.30pm.

    Ensemble: The X Factor final 16 opened the show with a group performance of What A Feeling from the 1983 film Flashdance

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