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Jeff Gutt of Marine City makes it to the finale of The X Factor

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Jeff Gutt during a live performance Wednesday night Jeff Gutt during a live performance Wednesday night
Many gathered at Cicarelli's Sports Bar in Shelby Twp. Wednesday night to support Gutt Many gathered at Cicarelli's Sports Bar in Shelby Twp. Wednesday night to support Gutt
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Jeff Gutt is one of three finalists on FOX's X Factor. Gutt is from Michigan - he was born in Marine City and currently lives in Clinton Twp.

Many of Gutt's biggest fans watched Part One of the season finale at Cicarelli's Sports Bar Theater in Shelby Township. Mario Lopez, the show's host, tossed to the hometown crowd during the live show Wednesday night. The crowd sent several messages to Gutt, which moved him to tears.

Part Two of the season finale airs Thursday night on Fox 2 from 8 - 10 p.m. The winner will be announced.

THE VOTING PERIOD FOR THE X FACTOR FINALE IS CLOSED NOW.

Click here for more information on voting: www.thexfactorusa.com/faq

Click here for more information on Jeff Gutt: www.thexfactorusa.com/contestants/bio/jeff-gutt

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