THE X Factor’s Saara Aalto has broken a show record.
The Finnish singer has found herself in the sing-off three times during her time on the hit ITV singing competition and managed to save her place each time.
This makes the 29-year-old the most successful act to have competed in the show’s first sing-off of the series.
Talking about her victory, Saara told Express: “I think it proves everything is possible.
“That’s my motto.
“I believe everything is possible and you can turn everything around.
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“This proves that anything can happen, miracles can happen.
“I’m so happy and grateful for everyone who has supported me and helped me get this far.”
Last weekend, Saara sailed through to the finals along with Emily Middlemas, Matt Terry and 5 After Midnight.
Although, 5 After Midnight had to fight for their place in the show after they found themselves in a tense sing-off with the controversial Honey G.
However, the North Weezy rapper has since revealed that she’s already got a single in the works and she hopes to get a record deal with Simon Cowell.
Talking on The Xtra Factor, she said: “I’d really, really like to get a record deal with Simon Cowell, I have my heart set on that.
“I know I can sell records and I’ve got the potential to go far as a rap artist. Simon’s standing right there.”
Will Saara make it to the LIVE final?
The X Factor continues this Saturday at 8pm on ITV.