X FACTOR legends reunited for a very special Comic Relief skit.
The four-piece, all of whom starred across three ITV series, came together for a sing-song with the cast of award-winning comedy Stath Lets Flats.
The sitcom’s cast performed a fresh track in aid of Comic Relief‘s fundraising mission with X Factor favourites Honey G, Andy Abrahams, Stevi Ritchie and Ben Haenow.
It came as show viewers were left “screaming” after a performance from a top Nineties band.
Honey G was one of The X Factor’s sensations and fast became the series’ most memorable “novelty” act back in 2016.
Meanwhile Andy, affectionately known as bin man Andy due to his day job, starred in 2005 and came runner-up to Shayne Ward.
Ben famously won the X Factor back in 2014, wowing judges and audience alike with his impressive vocals and winning a £1million record deal.
Stevi, who starred in the same series, also pulled on some earphones to take part.
Comic Relief started back in 1988, and every year raises millions of pounds for charity during an evening of fun and entertainment.
The bunch sung the track about donations being made to the charity.
Honey G, wearing her signature baseball cap, can be heard joking “this is awful.”
Recently, the star looked unrecognisable during a trip to New York.
Honey G spoke exclusively to The Sun about her strict fitness routine and weight loss.
Nowadays, alongside her singing, she has thrown herself in a life of fitness, having completed four triathlons and a 20 mile run.
Meanwhile, Ben recently revealed how he is a full-time stay at home dad.
Back in 2020, Andy told how he had become a bin man again.
“I’m literally singing out there as I was during the X Factor show. I’m back to being the official singing binman, which is kind of cool,” he told Metro.
“I’m just enjoying keeping my feet on the ground.”
He added: “People are very, very encouraging, they’re really, really happy to see us.”
Meanwhile Stevi now looks unrecognisable after revealing a huge image overhaul.