Nicole Scherzinger buys Matt Terry a new coat
Nicole Scherzinger has bought Matt Terry a coat because she was scared he would catch a cold before the live final on Saturday (10.12.16)
Nicole Scherzinger has bought Matt Terry a coat.
The 38-year-old singer has kitted the 23-year-old 'X Factor' contestant with a new winter staple, because she feared the hunk - who is the remaining act in her category - would be susceptible to catching a cold prior to the finale on Saturday (10.12.16).
Speaking about the gift on the former Pussycat Dolls band member's Instagram story, Matt said: "Guys, Nicole just got me a coat and it is insane.
"She is amazing, my boss is incredible."
And the 'Buttons' hitmaker replied: "He said he didn't own a coat, so I didn't want him to get cold or sick."
In the clip Nicole can be seen styling the dark-haired hunk and propping up his collar before putting a woolly hat on his head.
Prior to Matt's makeover the pair teased they are both "cooking up" something, which they are "so excited" for.
Matt said: "We are so excited."
And the raven-haired beauty replied: "We are so excitement.
"You guys have no idea what we are cooking up for you. We are in the lab."
However, the pair have yet to divulge any more information on their secret project.
And the finalist, who will battle it out with 5 After Midnight and Saara Aalto to be crowned this year's champion on the talent contest, is set to duet with James Arthur this weekend.
The collaboration will see James reunite with Nicole, who masterminded his triumph on the series in 2012, and could also boost Matt's hopes of following in his footsteps.
Elsewhere, 'The X Factor' front-runner Saara Aalto - mentored by Sharon Osbourne - and 'American Idol' star Adam Lambert are set to team up for the forthcoming live show, whilst Louis Walsh's one remaining act are being lined up to perform with The Weeknd, according to The Sun newspaper.
And it has been confirmed all of this year's finalists, including rapper Honey G, are set to return to the programme for a last group performance.