'It's not about who is better than somebody else': X Factor's Saara Aalto insists she isn't angry about being in the sing off two weeks in a row while Honey G is saved by the public
She found herself in the bottom two for the second week in a row on Sunday night's X Factor.
But Saara Aalto was diplomatic when questioned about her time on the ITV show during a chat with Good Morning Britain on Monday.
The Finnish singer insisted she has no hard feelings toward this series' most memorable act - Honey G - who so far has been kept out of the sing off by the voting public.
After winning the sing off last week against Bratavio, Saara found herself in the bottom two in the second weekend of live shows, singing for her place in the competition against Freddy Parker.
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