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VIDEO: Highlights of Last Night's THE X FACTOR - The Boys

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Below, check out highlights from last night's The X Factor on FOX as The Boys face the 4-Chair Challenge!

Included in the performance highlights:

As the first performance of the night, Al Calderon channeled Carly Rae Jepsen for his version of her megahit "Call Me Maybe."

Isaiah Alston vies for his seat in the Four Chair Challenge with his rendition of the "Greatest Love Of All."

Isaac had to double down on his performance of "Bubbly" to earn him a seat after his Four Chair Challenge performance.

Tackling the classic Bill Withers song, "Ain't No Sunshine," Carlos Guevara didn't want to only impress the judges, but blow them away.

Tim Olstad covers the Miley Cyrus hit, "The Climb."

Carlito Olivero offers up a bilingual rendition of the neo-classic,, "Dreaming Of You" by Selena.

Being the youngest boy in the competition, Timmy Thames knew he had to make a big impact with his performance of "New Girl In Town" from the musical "Hairspray."

Realizing he was the last boy to perform in the Four Chair Challenge, Josh Levi offers up his own spin on the Bonnie Raitt song, "I Can't Make You Love Me."

VIDEO: Highlights of Last Night's THE X FACTOR - The Boys


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