Taking to Instagram, Caroline shared a behind-the-scenes snap of herself and Olly for fans to see, and the pair looked every inch the power duo as they posed together.
They've even coordinated their outfits!
While Olly looked dapper in a navy blue cardigan and chinos, Caroline oozed all the sassiness in a top to match her co-host and a mustard-hued leather mini skirt. She added a pair of tan strappy heels to her getup, along with poker straight tresses and contour work to rival that of Kim Kardashian.
Check out those cheekbones!
Olly had warned earlier this week things were getting pretty intense down at The X Factor, and it certainly seems that way judging by his latest photo with Strictly champ Cazza. Gone were the pair's usual ear-to-ear smiles, with Caroline and Olly rocking their most serious faces yet.
Eek, they really do mean business!
Posing with Olly in the grounds where this year's boot camp round is currently being held, Caroline joked: "Welcome to our country estate."
As this year's competition gains momentum, Caroline and Olly have been overseeing X Factor hopefuls as they now battle it out for a place at judges' houses.
And while doing so, it seems 'Troublemaker' singer Olly came over all nostalgic, as six years ago, he was the one singing in front of the judges. Taking to Twitter, he told fans: "BOOTCAMP always brings back 2009 memories!! Loads of awesome singers but I had no sleep, nervous, forgot my lyrics, I was awful! Tough time!"
Having been through the process himself, we've no doubt Ols was on hand to offer some well needed advice to this year's stars.
Hopefuls were already rocked by news that not everyone who was given a 'yes' at their audition would get to go to bootcamp.
According to The Mirror, Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Nick Grimshaw and Rita Ora had been a bit over-zealous with who they sent through to the next round, meaning they had to review their choices.
A spokesperson for X Factor told the paper: "Owing to a very high standard of talent during this year's X Factor arena auditions, not all successful singers will be offered a place at Bootcamp.
"All singers have been made aware of this and are being told this weekend whether or not they will be going through to Bootcamp, after the judges have reviewed their auditions."
Meanwhile, in other X Factor news, Peter Dickinson the show's voiceover has quit after 11 years of announcing the names of the judges and contestants.
On hearing of his exit, Cherly admitted she was "sad" to see him go, while Nick Grimshaw suggested bringing in Shaggy as his replacement.
Now that we would love to see!
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