The X Factor 2018 final is TONIGHT as the winner is revealed - here's all you need to know.
Who won The X Factor?
Those currently left in the final are Scarlett Lee, 20 from Surrey, Anthony Russell, 28 from Liverpool, and Dalton Andre Harris, 24 from Jamaica.
Unlike past years were was on elimination on Saturday night and instead all three acts made it through to Sunday's results tonight. There, the winner will be crowned.
The latest X Factor odds currently have Dalton as the odds-on favourite to win.
What time is the X Factor 2018 final tonight?
The X Factor final is back tonight, Sunday December 2, airing from 7:30PM as this year's winner is crowned.
The live show runs for 90 minutes, ending at 9PM before I'm A Celebrity.
How will the X Factor final work?
Lines are open to vote for your winner right now and will close in the live show tonight. This evening will see the final three sing last time more before voting ends.
There will be no sing offs or second chances. The one with the most votes WINS, simple as that.
What's the X Factor song list and winner's singles?
For the final live show tonight, the contestants will be singing their potential X Factor 2018 winner's single.
The acts will be releasing their final duet as their winner's song, ITV has confirmed.
The potential winners songs and the duet partners have been revealed, as performed on Saturday night:
Dalton Andre Harris' winner's track is Power of Love with 2012 X Factor winner James Arthur.
Scarlett Lee's winner's song is One More Sleep with 2006 X Factor champ Leona Lewis
Anthony Russell's winner's single is I Predict a Riot with Kaiser Chiefs
The winner will release their duet to download and stream straight after the show.
Which stars will be performing?
As always, as well as the last performances from the contestants, there will be a number of special guest acts who will be singing as well.
Performing on The X Factor on Sunday will be Nile Rodgers & Chic, Ellie Goulding and Take That with Robbie Williams.
Where will it be filmed?
This year The X Factor final will be coming live from Wembley Arena in London.
10,000 fans will pack out the audience, plus the millions watching at home on ITV.