Fleur came runner-up on the ITV programme last year, losing out to winner Ben Haenow, but coming second place wasn't a bad thing for the London singer.
After the show, Fleur signed a record deal with Simon Cowell's label Syco, and now, fans are waiting for the release of her highly-anticipated debut album.
Speaking to FAULT, Fleur said of her X Factor experience: "It's a lot less glamorous than it appears. It's a lot of hard work. It's probably the most stressful thing I've ever done."
Looking oh-so-fierce in the mag's shoot, Fleur added: "There's so much pressure but I think if you really love it, if you truly love it and it's your passion to sing, then that's what will get through. I think if you don't have that, you'll realise quickly."
Taking old school influences of funk and hip hop, Fleur said her new material is "really strong, sassy, full of attitude, really confident, vibrant and energetic".
Well, if Fleur's energetic performance of 'Uptown Funk' is anything to go by, we can't wait to hear her music!
Describing the album as "very positive and very uplifting", she added: "I've put a lot of time and a lot of love into it and I hope that people really get behind me and enjoy the music as much as I do."
Music isn't the only thing on Fleur's radar, as she announced in July that she was working on her debut fashion collection for Lipsy.
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