The X Factor final is finally upon us; the last three acts, Matt Terry, 5 After Midnight and Saara Alto will take to the stage at Wembley Arena this Saturday night (10 December) to sing for the last time before a winner is crowned.
They will face their last showdown in front of a huge audience and judges Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh, and it'll all be held together by host Dermot O'Leary.
What should we expect from the big night?
It'll start at 8pm on ITV, and the marathon two hour long show will end at 10pm when the third place act will be announced.
The three contenders will perform their duets and another song before lines freeze, and the act with the fewest votes will leave in third place. On Sunday, the top two will perform again, and are thought to reprise a favourite song of the series, along with the potential winner's single. Then, the winner will be crowned.
What will the finalists be singing?
Amid the rumours, Terry of the boys category is reportedly teaming up with his mentor on a duet, while group 5 After Midnight have been linked to both Louisa Johnson and Clean Bandit, as well as The Weeknd, who most recently performed at the Victoria's Secret show.
Finnish singer from Osbourne's overs, looks certain to be singing with Adam Lambert, which is exciting stuff as far as X Factor duets go.
The X Factor 2016 final will air live on ITV this Saturday and Sunday night, and celebrity guest performances confirmed so far include The Weeknd, Little Mix and Kylie Minogue.