On Saturday evening, after months of build up - we get to see how the two new X Factor judges, Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw are settling in on the panel alongside Simon Cowell and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.
X Factor auditions took place around the country earlier in the year, including several in our region.
So what else has changed for 2015? As well as the contestants, there are two new hosts - and Simon Cowell has a new look too. David Wood reports.
The X Factor returns to ITV later this year - with a new judging line-up. Simon and Cheryl will be back, alongside new judges Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw.
The search for the next pop superstar is already underway - with auditions taking place in London this week. Divya Kohli was there.
It's the final of the X Factor this weekend when the winner of the tenth series will be revealed. Meridian reporter Divya Kohli caught up with judges Gary Barlow, Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh, host Dermot O'Leary and contestants Luke Friend and Nicholas McDonald.
The X Factor's live shows start this weekend, and ahead of Saturday's first performances from the finalists, we have been chatting to the judges and the contestants. This year Gary Barlow will be mentoring the groups, including some members from Kent and the South East.
Divya Kohli caught up with him, and his team, hoping to do well on the stage.
Video. It's a big week for the X Factor with the live shows starting this weekend. We are going to be catching up with the mentors and their acts all this week. Simon met up for a chat with the one and only Sharon Osbourne.
The Sussex student took part in the Boot Camp stage on last night's show, singling Little Things by One Direction
Tom Mann is a 19-year-old football coach from Southampton who sang the Cyndi Lauper classic, 'Girls Just want to Have Fun' during the Boot Camp stage of the X Factor on ITV last night,
The 16-year-old singer from Gravesend, Kent, made her first appearance on last night's show as part of a duo, called Silver Rock, with 22-year-old Jerrie Dila but the judges decided to split them up and make them both perform solo in front of thousands of fans at Wembley Arena.
The teenager, who admitted she was "so, so, so nervous", dashed off stage to her family after forgetting the words to her version of Whitney Houston's I Have Nothing and needed a reminder from show host Dermot O'Leary before going back on and wowing the crowd.
Judge Gary Barlow told her she had "potential beyond belief", while Louis Walsh said she could be better than Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke - two of the show's previous stars.
The star quit the panel to work on his US version of the show and has not been a judge for the past two years but in an interview with Hello! magazine he promised he would be coming back.
Cowell, who will be back on screens next month with the return of Britain's Got Talent, said: "I'm definitely getting more involved and will have a role in the next series.
"I'm not going to lie - I do miss doing it, because it's like my baby.
"It's been difficult the last two years not being on the show as I always had a great time and the last time that I did do it, it was such a brilliant year. So at some point of course I'm going to come back and do the show."
Swindon's Jahmene Douglas will go head to head with James Arthur in tonight's final of the X Factor after Christopher Maloney was voted out of the competition.
Prior to the contest he patrolled the aisles of Asda in Swindon, marking down products as they neared their best-before limit, but viewers clearly don't think he's reached his sell-by date.