So far, this series of The X Factor has been relatively twist free- excluding the mass cull on day one of Bootcamp of course- however this weekend's show could provide the first big game changer.
As we all know, the judges will be narrowing their final six acts down to three for next week's first live show.
However according to The Sun, this weekend's judges' houses will see the judges have to pick one further contestant to represent their wildcard act.
These four extra acts will then go head to head (to head to head) in a public vote.
The act that receives the most votes will then take the place of the 13th finalist, giving Gary Barlow, Tulisa, Nicole Scherzinger or Louis Walsh one extra act in their category.
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A source from the show told The Sun: "We like to add new twists to the show every year and this time the public get to choose an act to be added to the competition."
"With the standard so high this year, the judges had a tough time choosing their three, so this gives another amazing act the chance to perform on the X Factor stage."
The public will be given a week to save their favourite wildcard act from this Sunday onwards after the finalists are revealed.
This weekend will also see the return of former judge Cheryl Cole acting as a guest mentor to Gary Barlow's Over 28's category.
She may be lending a helping hand on this week's show; however, it looks like Cheryl will be jumping ship to rival show Strictly this November where she has reportedly been booked as a musical act.
A source told The Sun: "We are delighted Cheryl has said yes. We hope she will draw even more viewer's mid-run."
Still not made up with Simon then Chez?
The X Factor returns this Saturday on ITV1 while Strictly starts next Friday on BBC 1.