THE X Factor: Celebrity live shows begin THIS SATURDAY (October 26) and YOU could be one of the lucky people watching from the audience.
Here's how you can get tickets to go and watch some of the famous faces in action as they battle it out to be crowned the winner of the special edition of the competition...
When are The X Factor: Celebrity live shows?
The X Factor: Celebrity will air its first-ever live show on ITV at 8.20pm on October 26, 2019.
If you miss it, have no fear as the episode will be available to watch on ITV Hub afterwards.
The next live shows will then take place on November 2, 2019.
And the final live show will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019.
Jenny Ryan WILL be one of the stars performing at the live shows
How can I get tickets for The X Factor: Celebrity live shows?
Tickets for The X Factor: Celebrity are available now – but with limited availability, so you better be quick.
You must be 16 or over to get tickets – and they are completely free of charge.
However, they are only available at Applause Store here.
There is a minimum age limit of 12 and all those between the age of 12-17 must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are then allocated at random and you're allowed a maximum of two tickets per person.
If you are lucky enough to get a ticket, the e-ticket will be sent to you no later than 48 hours before the chosen date of the live show.
If you haven't heard back by then, it means you'll have to try again another time.
The live show takes place at LLH2 Studios in West London – the nearest station is Park Royal tube station.
Those who bag tickets will join music mogul Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh as judges and reuniting with Mr Saturday Night himself, Dermot O’Leary for these unmissable live shows.
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What is the winner’s prize?
Traditionally, the winner receives a £1 million record deal under Syco Music, while their winning single is usually known to land the Christmas Number 1 spot.
In recent years, however – and with the ratings decreasing – previous winners of the show have failed to land the acclaimed Christmas top spot.
This begs the question of whether X Factor bosses will be looking to switch things up and offer more than just a recording contract in the forthcoming series.