The X Factor contestant Sam Bailey has been surprised by a music legend.
If you cannot wait until tomorrow's show to find out who surprised the prison officer from Leicester, take a look at this video.
This weekend, the remaining contestants will be facing the challenge of singing with a full orchestra behind them.
A mum from Leicestershire who wowed the judges and the public this weekend on ITV's X Factor has been telling ITV News Central about life in her home town.
Sam Bailey works at Gartree prison near Market Harborough.
She sang "Who's Lovin You" at Wembley Arena and is now through to boot camp.
A mum from Leicestershire wowed the judges and the public this weekend with her performance on ITV's X Factor.
Sam Bailey, who works at Gartree prison near Market Harborough sang "Who's Lovin You" at Wembley Arena and now she is through to boot camp.
ITV News Central correspondent Alison Mackenzie met up with X Factor hopeful Sam Bailey today.
Sam, a prison warden from Leicestershire, got through to the boot camp round of the show after wowing the judges and an audience of 4,000 at Wembley.
Sam Bailey, the 36-year-old mum from Leicester has wowed judges and fans in the first round of the X Factor.
Last night Sam sang Who’s Loving You by The Jacksons in front of a crowd of 4,000 people at Wembley and is now headed for the X Factor bootcamp.
After stunning judges with her rendition of Beyonce's Listen - labelled "incredible" by Gary Barlow - Leicester woman Sam Bailey will face 4,000 people at Wembley Stadium tonight.
Despite getting four yeses from the panel last night, the 35-year-old prison officer will only make it through to Boot Camp if she can win over the crowd at the second audition stage.
Leicester-based prison officer Sam Bailey took the X Factor audition room by storm with her rendition of Beyonce's Listen.
In the opening show of the season, the 35-year-old mother-of-two wowed judges and got four yeses, going through to the second round of auditions which will see performers sing to an audience of 4,000 people.