Britain's Got Talent's Bars and Melody aren't giving anything away about their plans for tonight's show.
Simon Cowell's golden buzzer act won their way through to this week's final after impressing during their audition with a unique version of Hope by Twista and Faith Evans, then winning the public vote in last Saturday's semi-final with a cover of Every Breath You Take.
As for tonight, the boys said: "We're really going to be able to discuss that at all! We're going to keep it a secret... It makes it ten times better when it's a secret."
But one thing is for sure is that the pair hope to sing about things other than bully.
Speaking to digitalSpy, Charlie said: "I think if we cling on to the same message for too long, people will get bored of it," Lenehan said. "We don't just want to do sad subjects all the time, we want to do all sorts of stuff, so I think we've got a range of things to come."
Leondre agreed: "We obviously want to address all problems and all subjects that's happening in the world, because it's not just bullying that's going on. But it is a very important topic, obviously, so we need to give it out as much as we can."
As favourites to win, the pair confessed they wanted to win punters their cash!
Leondre told us: “There’s a little bit of pressure! I just want to deliver now.”
Bandmate Charlie agreed: “If the public have got faith in us, we need to get those people to win their bets!"
The Britain's Got Talent 2014 live final airs tonight from 7PM on ITV.