The X Factor 2018 kicks off on ITV tonight and here’s a first look at all the contestants.
This evening sees the opening bumper episode with 10 brand new acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
Returning behind the judges' desk this year is Simon Cowell but he's the only one that remains from 2017's line up.
The X Factor boss is joined by a brand new set of judges made up of husband and wife team Robbie Williams and Ayda Williams together with One Direction star Louis Tomlinson.
Meanwhile, host Dermot O'Leary is back on hand to guide us through the auditions.
Should they get more than three ‘yeses’ they will go through to the judge’s deliberation, where the judges will decide who gets to fight for a seat in the Six Chair Challenge.
The X Factor 2018 airs tonight at 8PM on ITV.
Meet the sure to be talented, wacky and wonderful lot below...
X Factor 2018 contestants
The first act of The X Factor 2018 is boy band No Labels made up of Ollie, Jake, Jordan and Ben. They think there's a "really big gap" for boy bands. They say of their name: "We all got our own individual stamp and we didn't want to get put in one single genre." Can the group's cover of Justin Timberlake's Suit and Tie win over the judges?
Bar singer Danny is 37 from Bradford and lives in Benidorm. He previously sang for Simon Cowell on Pop Idol and tells him tonight: "I’ve waited 17 years to sing back in front of you to show you I’ve still got it, I’ve still got the same passion as before.” Danny sings Jennifer Hudson's And I’m Telling You at his audition.
Jeff and Stefan are from London and make up Misunderstood. They sing original song Juicy Fruit, explaining: "It's about celebrating the big curves and the juicy parts of someone's body."
15-year-old Kezia sings Callum Scott's You Are the Reason for her audition in front of the judges tonight.
Charlotte Lee is a 17-year-old student who has an instant connection with Louis Tomlinson coming from the same town of Doncaster. She sings P!nk's What About Us.
16-year-old Molly Scott from County Durham brings her whole family along to her audition, including her biggest fan her nan Lorna. Molly sings James Brown's Man’s World.
Ross brings a lot to the stage for his audition, including his own VT. He sings The Thompson Twins' Doctor Doctor but will it live up to the hype?
LIVIA & THE ELEMENTALS
Livia takes to The X Factor stage tonight with backing dancers to perform her own original song Natural High.
50-year-old Janice Robinson from Garfield, New Jersey sings her 1990s hit Dreamer, written and performed when she was a part of group Livin’ Joy.
Andy is a Customer Service Advisor from Macclesfield who is very excited about this year's new judge. "Robbie and Take That have inspired me so much," he says. Andy sings original song Castle of Love, which he previously pitched to Gary Barlow (but got no response). He then goes on to sing Robbie Williams' Angels.
The X Factor 2018 begins on ITV tonight at 8PM with the first auditions.
The try outs continue at 8PM on Sunday night.