With reports that some X Factor finalists are already set to be offered record deals following the final, we want to know who you think deserves to be signed.
Matt Terry won the show at the weekend and so he's guaranteed a debut album next year - and is already at Number 1 on iTunes with his single.
But all of the other acts have a tense wait on their hands.
Well, all except Honey G.
She's confirmed reports that she's signed a one-off single deal with Simon Cowell's Syco label, releasing her first track The Honey Show later this month.
As for the rest of the finalists, it remains to be seen which - if any - will be picked up.
Back in 2010 all four of the finalists - Matt Cardle, Rebecca Ferguson, One Direction and Cher Lloyd - were sign by major labels.
Could we see the same happen this series? The X Factor voting stats suggest that all of Matt, Saara Aalto and 5 After Midnight were fairly equal in the public's eyes. Just 4% split the trio at the vote freeze on Saturday night.
According to Finnish press before the final, Saara in particular felt that finishing as runner up may be better for her.
She was quoted as saying by The Sun newspaper: "Coming second would be better than the number one spot, as it would mean having the freedom that the winner does not.”
As the finalists wait for news, vote for which of them - if any - you think deserves to be signed and release music in our poll below...
Remember, the top eight will be taking part in next year's X Factor live tour.