The trio of finalists from last series all scooped record deals following the show and could now be set for a huge chart battle.
5 After Midnight, who have signed to Simon Cowell's Syco record label, told the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper: “We are aiming for a November release.
“I think Matt and Saara are expected to release albums around the same time but we would prefer all the albums to come out at different times.”
5 After Midnight recently put out their first single Up In Here, which debuted at Number 51 on the charts.
Meanwhile, 2016 X Factor runner up Saara revealed recently she had big plans for her first record after signing with Sony Music.
"I’m now working with some of the best songwriters in the world and Sia has written a song that has been given to me," Saara teased. "Oh my god, it’s just insane.
"I think Sia is a pretty good reference for me because her way of singing and the way she composes the melodies and writes the lyrics is very similar to what I’ve always done. "
She continued: "I describe my own music as epic love pop. I don’t want to sing about going to a party with friends, I want to sing meaningful songs that can inspire people and I think Sia’s songs are really deep."
Finally, it was Matt Terry who actually won the show last December and he's since signed to RCA Records rather that Simon's Syco.
"Each label suits an artist differently,” he said. “We just felt RCA would suit me better as they have put amazing people out there such as Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys and Olly Murs."
Matt continued: “However, Simon said if I ever needed him, I could speak to him.
“He’s a lovely guy.
“Simon gave me this amazing opportunity so I’ll always be grateful to him.”
Matt recently teamed up with Enrique Iglesias as well as rapper Sean Paul on the new version of Enrique's Latin pop hit Subeme La Radio / Turn Up the Radio.
The song charted at Number 10 ahead of Matt's own single release.