Is X Factor’s Honey G real or fake? After weeks of speculation, the truth has been revealed.
Ever since Honey G appeared on The X Factor this year there have been claimed she’s just a prankster.
Even former X Factor champs Little Mix have suggested it’s all a hoax, claiming Honey G is in fact an actress.
Jesy Nelson previously alleged: “She’s just no. I think she’s an actress, I’ve been told she is as well.”
Meanwhile, this week saw Louis Walsh deny that Honey G was in fact David Cameron in a wig during an appearance on Celebrity Juice.
Throughout it all, Honey G - real name Anna Georgette Gilford - has insisted she’s the real deal and sure enough, she wasn’t lying.
‘Honey G' has in fact been around for almost 20 YEARS.
That's right. Honey G began mixing in 1999 and in 2000 spent time performing at infamous summer party place Ayia Napa in Club Abbyss and Gas club.
Honey G then teamed up with MC Krazie Laydee as part of a duo called Female Phenomena who performed alongside Ms Dynamite, before Honey G finished as runner up in the 2002 Ministry of Sound National Student DJ Competition.
In 2013, Honey G released an album called Don't Try which one reviewer described as having a "transcendental quality" and showing a "landmark of musical expansion" by female DJs.
The 25-track record had been available to stream on Spotify and download on iTunes before the show, presumably since being pulled due to competition rules.
So under the assumption that Honey G hasn't been planning the world's most elaborate joke for almost two decades - and six years before The X Factor even begun - we're going to go to declare her 100% real.
The X Factor airs Saturday and Sunday nights on ITV at 8PM.