In the second live results show of the season, "The X Factor" made the bold move of unveiling exactly how every single one of the Top 13 acts placed in audience voting. And there were definitely some surprises in the mix.
L.A. Reid's "over 25" group scored two of the top three spots thanks to darkhorse-turned-frontrunners country dad Tate Stevens and soulful Vino Alan. And teen sensation Carly Rose Sonenclar, mentored by Britney Spears, cemented her early favorite status by coming in second.
But Simon Cowell's boy band and heartthrob hopefuls Emblem3 placed a middling sixth. Demi Lovato's three acts in the "young adults" category managed seventh (Jennel Garcia), eighth (Paige Thomas) and twelfth (CeCe Frey). (Check out the full list and results recap here.)
"You're never gonna be able to predict what America's gonna vote for," Lovato said in the press room after the show. "The best thing »
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