X Factor 2016 finalists have moved in to a posh North London mansion for the live shows.
Worth £3.8 million, the 6 bedroom Hertfordshire house will be home to this year's contestants.
As it happens, the property is owned by former rugby union star Kyran Bracken who is said to be renting it to The X Factor for around £2,300 a week.
Spread over 7000 sq. ft, as well as the bedrooms there is a huge kitchen, a day AND formal lounge, a study, two en suite bathrooms, two shower rooms and even a staff quarters.
At least twelve singers have already made the mansion their home ahead of the first live show next Saturday night, which will air at the nearby Fountain Studios in Wembley.
However their identities are being kept top secret until they're revealed in this weekend's judges' houses shows.
Whoever has moved in are apparently very noisy, with neighbours supposedly complaining over constant singing.
And the finalists' favourite song? Aqua's Barbie Girl.
Apparently they've been annoying those living next door. One anonymous neighbour is quoted by the Daily Star newspaper: "All the windows were open and they were making a right racket!'"
Who's in The X Factor 2016 live shows will be revealed on ITV Saturday 1st October at 8pm and Sunday 2nd October at 7.30pm.