Boys | Lexington, SC Share Tweet Latest Videos Carlos Guevara Comes in Like a "Cannonball" Covering Damien Rice was no easy task, but Carlos Guevara swung for the fences with his version of "Cannonball." How did Paulina Rubio's act do? Carlos Guevara Comes in Like a "Cannonball" Meet The Final 12: Carlos Guevara Carlos Guevara Doesn't Have To "Worry" On Stage! The Top 16 Super Powers The Top 16 Hidden Talents The Top 16 Celebrity Crushes The Top 4 Boys In 15 Seconds or Less! The Top 10 Boys Are Riding With Paulina! Carlos Guevara's Moment in the "Sun" Carlos Guevara: Yes, I Made It! Carlos Guevara's Struggles Won't Hold Him Back Latest Photos Placehodler text Placehodler text Placehodler text Hey dudes and dudettes! Welcome to a totally tubular 1980s edition of The X Factor. Our lady judges came out in their flashiest 80s looks, Simon Cowell looked the same as always (no surprise), and we were hoping for Mario Lopez to come out in his Bayside wrestling uniform. Wasting no time until a very lengthy dramatic pause, Mario announced that Carlos Guevera received the fewest votes last week and would be leaving the show. Carlos left with a smile as his mentor, Paulina Rubio, called him "an inspiration." Now it's an even playing field with three acts per team. Carlos Guevara Carlos Guevara Your Top 13! Ellona Santiago, Josh Levi, Khaya Cohen and Carlos Guevara got to hang with Season 2's Arin Ray and Beatrice Miller backstage! Paulina's boys ham it up backstage before the live show. Carlos Guevara had a great song choice with Damien Rice's "Cannonball." He did crack a little with the "Life, it taught me to die" lyric, but this song showcased the gravelly quality of Carlos' voice that we got a taste of during auditions.