The X Factor 2017 final duets have been confirmed.
Tonight (Saturday) will see the traditional final duets as the remaining acts each team up with a fellow music star.
But in a twist, those duets will act as this year's winner's single.
The victorious act will release their duet at the end of Sunday night's show to download and stream.
X Factor 2017 final duets
Rak Su will team up with Grammy-award winning rapper Wyclef Jean on Rak-Su's song Dimelo.
Grace Davies will duet with BRIT Award winner Paloma Faith on Grace's song Roots.
Kevin Davy White will perform with multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Tokio Myers on Fastlove, Pt 1 by George Michael.
It is announced this evening that the winner of The X Factor 2017 will release the Winner’s Duet on Sunday 3rd December at approximately 22:00 GMT. All proceeds from the track are in aid of children’s hospice charities, Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase.
The songs will first be performed by the finalists and their respective guest artist on Saturday night’s final. Rak-Su will team up with Grammy-award winning rapper Wyclef Jean; Grace Davies will duet with BRIT Award winner Paloma Faith, who last month topped the UK charts with her album The Architect and Kevin Davy White will be joined on stage by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Tokio Myers.
The Winner’s Duet will be available to download and stream after the winner of The X Factor has been announced on Sunday night and will be The X Factor UK’s 10th charity release.
Simon Cowell's company Simco Limited will donate 100% of its profits from the sale of each download and in respect of all audio streaming of the single, and the Chancellor has also agreed to donate the VAT, in each case to be shared equally by Together For Short Lives, registered charity no. 1144022 and Shooting Star Chase, registered charity no. 1042495.
This donation will be at least 20p plus VAT for each download sold in the UK.
The X Factor 2017 final live shows airs Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.