According to The Sun, producers are keen to get bit stars on the series to help boost ratings for the Sunday night results show.
A source told the tabloid today: “Producers know they are under pressure to make the live shows even better than last year. "
However we're not sure how Leona and Ne-Yo are really going to boost the show too much.
And the other confirmed guest stars aren't exactly exciting either.
Last year's X Factor winners Little Mix previously revealed they'd be performing, which is hardly a surprise.
And X Factor judge Tulisa will also be taking to the stage to promote her debut solo album release.
Robbie Williams is also expected to perform, completely a list of so far predictable and uninspired names.
The X Factor 2012 live shows will start on ITV1 on October 6.