'X Factor finalists Matt Terry and Saara Aalto are to perform a duet together at her upcoming show in her home country Finland.
'X Factor' stars Matt Terry and Saara Aalto are to duet together at her upcoming concert in Finland.
Matt, 23, was the winner of the 2016 series of the ITV talent show and Saara, 29, finished as runner-up and it has now been revealed that the two singers are going to perform together when she takes to the stage in Helsinki.
In an interview with breakfast TV show 'Good Morning Britain', Saara spilled: ''After 'The X Factor' tour I'm going to have my own arena concert in Helsinki - 15th of April - it's going to be great. Over 13,000 people are coming and I really wanted to bring a part of 'X Factor' with me to Finland, so Matt is coming to Finland to sing with me on my arena concert, which is really great. I can't wait to sing with you.''
Matt - who is currently recording his debut album, including a song submitted for him by Oscar winner Sam Smith - is thrilled that Saara has invited him to perform with her because she is one of his best friends from his time on the programme.
He said: ''We met the first time on the coach at Bootcamp. She was the first person I spoke to - I was carrying her suitcases. To think we'd both be in the final together and now we're going to Helsinki together.''
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