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He performed a dance version of Des'ree's "Kissing You".
Barlow said afterwards: "Rylan, love your personality, hate your voice, really strange song choice as well." Walsh also admitted that he was "a bit worried".
Walsh, after being pressured for an answer by presenter Dermot O'Leary, voted for Clark-Neal,who had received more public votes and was saved, much to the disgust of Barlow, who stormed off stage and later called Clark-Neal a "joke act" and "talentless".
In week 2, Clark-Neal persisted to wind Barlow up by first performing part of Barlow's "Back for Good", and then claiming afterwards that he had booked him a cab in advance in case he stormed off stage again, to which Barlow responded "That's funny [because] I've had yours on hold for two weeks." In week 5, he was in the bottom two again with Kye Sones, but was saved by the public vote.
At judges' houses in Dubai, Clark-Neal performed a stripped-back rendition of Rihanna's "We Found Love" in front of Scherzinger and Ne-Yo.
Scherzinger later put Clark-Neal through to live shows as one of her final three, along with James Arthur and Jahméne Douglas. but I have to take it, and you are in my final three.", and then Clark-Neal appeared to have an immense breakdown.
This followed after Barlow and Walsh voted to eliminate Clark while Scherzinger and Tulisa, who had the deciding vote, voted to eliminate Sones.
In May 2012, Clark-Neal auditioned for the ninth series of The X Factor at The O2 Arena in London, in front of Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow, Tulisa and guest judge Rita Ora.Clark-Neal sang "Gold" by Spandau Ballet in the first week of the live shows, and was in the bottom two with Carolynne Poole the following night.Scherzinger voted to save Clark as he was her own act, while Barlow and Tulisa voted to save Poole, based on the final showdown performance.He then went into a branch of WHSmith and pulled out the name "Rylan" from the R section of a baby name book.In 2010, Clark-Neal appeared in four episodes of the BBC series John Bishop's Britain, presented by John Bishop.