Treyc Cohen 'I should have gone through'
Treyc Cohen believes she should have been saved by the judges on last night's 'X Factor' because she delivered a better final performance than Katie Waissel.
Treyc Cohen believes she should have been saved on 'The X Factor' last night (07.11.10).
The 26-year-old hopeful - who lost out in the sing-off to Katie Waissel - thinks she sang her final song better than the controversial blonde, as she "put her all" into the performance.
When asked whether she had delivered her track better than Katie, she said: "Yeah, definitely. Everyone has been talking about Katie's performance and how she sat down on the floor and I know I finished my song and put my all into it.
"So if it was based on that then yeah, I definitely feel like I should've gone through."
While Treyc delivered a note-perfect rendition of Toni Braxton's 'Unbreak My Heart', Katie's flaky performance resulted in her sitting on the floor.
However, the call centre worker admitted she is positive about her elimination from the ITV1 show, and she doesn't think her mentor Cheryl Cole let her down by refusing to choose who to save during last night's programme.
Treyc explained: "I feel good. I'm not bitter at all. I'm a true believer of everything happens for a reason. But when it came to the judges making the decision, and when Cheryl said that she couldn't pick I completely understand why she never.
"I don't think Cheryl let me down. She gave me as much time as she did the other girls."
With the 'Promise This' singer refusing to vote, it was left to the remaining judges - Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Dannii Minogue - to decide her fate, and Treyc believes Simon and Louis chose to save Katie because she "makes good TV".
She added to ITV1's 'This Morning': "She makes good TV! She's entertaining and she's a real drama queen."