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The latest series of the ITV talent contest, won by Matt Terry in 2016, returns to screens tomorrow.
Ahead of its comeback the bubbly popstar played a hilarious game of Snog, Marry, Avoid with GMB host Ranvir Singh.
Now, there are a few who have been on the show before.
"But when you’ve just got the same people coming back year after year, it’s boring for us; boring for the audience.
She admitted she'd snog lovable Louis Walsh and marry Dermot - yet steer well clear of her boss.
When quizzed about why she said: "I don't want to avoid anyone, but if I'm going to avoid someone, it's Simon.
Contestants will be following in the footsteps of last year's show champion Matt Terry - yet viewers won't have seen ANY of them before.
You have to in this day and age, things are moving so fast over social media, you have to be changing with the times. We’re evolving as a show, we want to give the people what they want." Another thing they apparently want is interaction - as viewers will have more chances to get involved with the show via the X Factor app this year than they've ever had before.
“People are flying in from all over the world to be on the show.
They trust the show and you have to respect them.” A huge number of X Factor winners have been returning acts, coming back to the show after auditioning years before - so it remains to be seen how this change will affect the show going forward.
And Gfity Agyeman, who only made it to Boot Camp last year, made sure she wasn't going home with a rich performance of 'Crazy' by Gnarls Barkley. "And you just took a risk and it paid off." Next up, the Girls will jet off to Simon's Judges' Houses to perform for him and his guest mentors, believed to be Mel B and Emma Bunton.
NICOLE Scherzinger has let slip Simon Cowell's X Factor success secret confessing he "one million per cent" edits the programme to "make himself look good." The stunning show judge, 39, made her comments on today's Good Morning Britain - and it's something which is bound to leave the music mogul squirming in his seat.