X Factor viewers couldn’t hide their joy after contestant Jodie Woolcott was kicked off the show on Saturday’s show.
The singer failed to win fans during the first stage of the Bootcamp challenge when she refused to swap lines fellow contestant Liaa.
Some viewers went as far as to claim the 21-year-old model was bullying her fellow contestant as they underwent tense practise together for their group performance of Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson’s hit single, Symphony.
Jodie told cameras: “At the end of the day, it’s a competition, and your friends at bootcamp are your competition. If you want world domination as a popstar, you need to show them who you are as an artist.
“I want to make sure the judges are looking at me and only me.”
She then added: “Sharon said in my audition that I need backing dancers and they’re here now, you can see them.”
Jodie made it through to the next stage while Liaa’s time on the show came to an end due to her vocal struggles.
One viewer wrote: “Wow how nasty is Jodie? Nothing like bringing other people’s confidence down #XFACTOR.”
Another added: “Jodie is the most arrogant person I have seen on the X Factor, work with your fellow singers, you aint great yourself, love.”
While one viewer tweeted: “Hey Jodie…#xfactor You’re a terrible person…being the school bully ends at 16, and was never cool in the first place…”
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For the next audition, Jodie was full of confidence as she said: “I can see myself in the future being a world wide popstar. Imagine everyone hearing my voice, it’d be amazing.”
On stage, Jodie told the judges: “I don’t just stand there and sing, I give a performance and I’ve got what it takes.”
She announced she would be performing Meghan Trainor’s hit Me Too, saying: “If I was you, I’d want to be me too.”
A shocked Nicole Scherzinger replied: “Very confident, Missy, have some fun.”
But Jodie’s performance fell flat as Nicole declared: “I don’t think that was the right song, there was no fun in it. This is it, this is the end of the road.”
Viewers were delighted as one wrote: “Always amazing when the bully gets taken down a notch. Good decision on Jodie #xfbootcamp.”
While another stated: “Jodie on #XFactor absolutely horrible and a bully. She won’t get far.. not with that voice & that attitude.”
Another declared: “A bully is all that you are and ever will be!!”
One wrote: “Just catching up on X Factor, good grief Jodie! What a horrible person! There’s confidence and then there’s pure arrogance ? #Xfactor.”
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