Honey G wants to be on "The X-Factor: All Stars"
The 38-year-old wannabe rapper - who has seen her career take off since she won over the hearts of the nation while competing on the programme in 2016 - wants to appear on the new revamped version of the show which will air later this year and see fan favourites and celebrities compete for a record deal.
Honey told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Give the people what they want, and what they want is Honey G.
"Nobody wants to see power ballads. I'm their best shot at getting a Christmas No1."
As well as a new celebrity edition, a second "X Factor" series is set to be launched this year, which will include former winners and memorable contestants who are bidding to be named the ultimate champion.
The new show has been created following the success of Simon Cowell's stateside version, which launched "America's Got Talent: The Champions" earlier this year.
The show saw winners from the "Got Talent" franchise from all over the world battle it out on stage to perform in front of judges before making it to the live finals.
Ben Haenow - who shot to fame after winning "The X Factor" in 2014 - is set to be joining the revamped "Champions" version later this year.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Lots of names have been floating around, but Ben is not confirmed to return to the new X Factor format. It's early days and producers have been inundated with requestions from people wanting to be on it."
This will be the 34-year-old's second chance at hitting big after he was dropped by Simon's record label Syco.
The "Slamming Doors" hitmaker has been touring the country this year and is contemplating releasing a new track ahead of the show's debut.
He said: "I'm just trying to get a body of work together and then maybe another album out."