The X Factor's final 12 will become 11 as the first act leaves the competition on tonight's results show.
The programme turned back time last night with a '80s extravaganza, with the 12 acts - the girls, the boys, the groups and the over-25s - all taking to the stage for the first of the live shows.
In a new twist, 34-year-old mother Shelley Smith became the first victim of the "flash vote" and will sing for survival against a yet-to-be-determined foe.
Shelley, who sang Heart's power ballad Alone for 80s week, wrote on Twitter this morning:
Her mentor, Sharon Osbourne wrote after the first live show last night:
Shelley will sing against the competitor with the fewest audience votes by the time lines close on tonight's show.
It is then up to the judges to decide who will be going home.
But before that is revealed, Cher bring some '80s glamour to the stage:
Watch: The X Factor Results tonight at 8pm on ITV