The tween group are eliminated by a 3-1 vote with Simon as the only one who wants them, instead of Stereo Hogzz, to stay.
The first round of "The X Factor (US)" which opens fans voting has resulted in InTENsity's elimination. The group, which were put together by the judges from 10 individual singers, were sent packing on November 3's result show after they were placed in the bottom two along with Stereo Hogzz based on viewer votes.
The two groups were asked to perform one final song before the judges determined their fate on the show. InTENsity belted out Kelly Clarkson's "My Life Would Suck Without You", while Stereo Hogzz delivered a cover of Samantha Sang's 1977 hit "Emotion".
In the end, InTENsity were voted off by 3-1 with Paula Abdul, L.A. Reid and Nicole Scherzinger in favor of Stereo Hogzz. Meanwhile, Simon Cowell surprisingly voted against the group of 5 after he commented, "I don't think there's a band in the world right now that's as good as you," about them on Wednesday's Top 12 performance show.
"I need you to all know you're winners. It is a competition, but it's more than a normal one. It's more than five million dollars, because you're winning millions of fans," Paula delivered her last message to InTENsity who broke into tears upon learning the result. The former "American Idol" judge mentored both InTENsity and Stereo Hogzz.