Ayda Field has a great chance of winning "The X Factor" and is the "greatest underdog" in the talent show's history, host Dermot O'Leary has claimed.
The 39-year-old star is mentoring the Overs for the live shows and is up against her husband Robbie Williams who has the Groups, Louis Tomlinson who has the Boys and Simon Cowell who has the Girls.
Dermot, 45, is looking forward to the first live show this Saturday night (20.10.18) and he thinks that Ayda will shock everyone by guiding either Olatunji Yearwood, Janice Robinson, Danny Tetley or Giovanni Spano to victory, despite her lack of experience in the music business.
The presenter said: "Ayda knows the business, she's the greatest underdog of all time. She's got s**t tons of ideas."
And American actress Ayda has vowed to bring some Hollywood glamour to proceedings to wow the viewers at home to inspire them to vote for her artists.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at the ITV Palooza event in London on Tuesday night (16.10.18), she said: "I'm going to win! I've got so many ideas. If I'm not bringing the Hollywood glamour than I'm not doing my job. I'm going to bring it!"
However, her spouse Robbie is certain that his three-decade spanning career as a pop star is going to give him the edge over his wife, Louis and Simon on "The X Factor".
The 44-year-old singer believes one of his groups - Misunderstood, The LMA Choir, Vibe 5 and A Star - will win the hearts of the nation and win the record deal because morale is so high in his camp.
The "Let Me Entertain You" hitmaker said: "I'm gonna win, one of my groups is going to win, I'll know more next week when the votes come in. The best thing about the groups is we have great morale."