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Honey G survives another round of "X Factor UK," to the dismay of many. Twitter/Honey G

In what might be considered one of the most controversial elimination rounds of “X Factor UK,” rapper Honey G was sent through to the next week of the competition. Meanwhile, Freddy Parker had his last stint on stage.

At the end of Sunday’s episode, Parker, Ryan Lawrie and Saara Aalto were at the bottom three. The remaining contestants -- Emily Middlemas, Gifty Louise, Five After Midnight, Matt Terry, Sam Lavery, Four of Diamonds and Honey G -- made it to the next round without a scratch. Honey G’s reaction, however, could have definitely caused a bruise.

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When host Dermot O’Leary called out her name, the rapper quickly dropped to the floor in excitement and joy. However, various viewers of “X Factor UK” definitely felt disbelief more than anything. Plenty of individuals took to Twitter claiming that the show is fixed and that no one could be voting for Honey G.

During the performance episode, Honey G took the stage with a rendition of the Notorious BIG’s “Mo Money Mo Problems.” At the end of the production, Simon Cowell gave her a standing ovation and called her his “guilty pleasure.” In this sense -- a battle between talent and the ability to entertain -- it is believable why people would be voting for the theatrical contestant.

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Nevertheless, Parker and Lawrie were the obvious bets for the bottom three. And as Aalto barely made it through last week when Bratavio was eliminated, she was preeminently in trouble. Lawrie was saved because of the app votes, which left Parker and Aalto singing for their “X Factor UK” lives.

Parker sang “Stay” by Rihanna, and Aalto gave her rendition of Snow Patrol’s “Run.” At the end of the night, the judges decided to keep Aalto on the show’s roster.

"X Factor UK" airs on UK network ITV every Saturday and Sunday night at 8 p.m. Audiences can also view the episodes here.