It's the BRIT awards 2013 tonight, and James Arthur, Olly Murs and One Direction are all nominated.
But it looks like once again there will be few gongs for X Factor stars.
Unfortunately for the outsiders it looks like they'll have to wait another year for success at the BRITS as the likes of Ben Howard (3/10), Emeli Sande (1/8) and Rita Ora (4/7) all heavily fancied for the big gongs of the night.
Mumford and Sons are looking safe at 1/3 for the Best Group award but it's unlikely that Babel will add to the Grammy it won as the 4/1 second favourite to Emeli Sande's Our Version of Events in the Best British Album category.
Adele has been backed in from a huge looking 10/1 to become the odds-on 1/4 favourite to scoop the Best British Single at this year's ceremony, leaving X Factor winner James Arthur (8/1) and Olly Murs (12/1) shunned by music punters.
X Factor star Olly claimed this week that the music industry still resented acts from the show.
He said: "I always feel like I'm the underdog to win it because of where I am, who I am and where I've been in the past. I think if you look at what I've achieved in the last year, the sales I've had from my album and singles, then I've got a great chance."
Olly added: "I think sometimes, I get scrutinised from being from The X Factor and I don't always get the credit I deserve, but it's all good, it's just a pleasure to be a part of the Brits."
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "There's a nailed on favourite in every category and it's hard to see any last minute upsets at this stage."