Frozen! Sharon Osbourne looks startled as she braces herself against the cold... after pledging support for George Michael to get to Christmas number one rather than the X Factor winner

She'll be cheering on her last remaining contestant Grace Davies in this weekend's X Factor finale.

And stepping out in London ahead of the two-night event, Sharon Osbourne looked a little taken aback as she braced herself against the freezing December weather.

Clutching on to her camel trench coat as she walked across the street of the Capital, Sharon, 65, looked fresh-faced with just a basic layer of make-up covering her complexion, looking startled as she walked against the chilly wind.

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Frozen! Sharon Osbourne looks startled as she braces herself against the cold... after pledging support for George Michael to get to Christmas number one rather than the X Factor winner?

Frozen! Sharon Osbourne looks startled as she braces herself against the cold... after pledging support for George Michael to get to Christmas number one rather than the X Factor winner?

Mrs O looked far from her usual camera-ready self as she headed through the night, also holding on to a black bag, scarf and her phone.

Her red mane blew back from her face in the icy breeze, accentuating her high eye-brows and her startled expression.

The veteran talent show judge displayed her impressive jewelry - in the form of a diamond ring and matching earrings - and showed off her bright red manicure.

Her appearance comes as she declared that she wants the late George Michael's hit Last Christmas to reach number one this December to mark the one year anniversary of his death.

Anti-freeze:?Mrs O looked far from her usual camera-ready self as she headed through the night, also holding on to a black bag, scarf and her phone

Anti-freeze:?Mrs O looked far from her usual camera-ready self as she headed through the night, also holding on to a black bag, scarf and her phone

Big night: She'll be cheering on her last remaining contestant Grace Davies in this weekend's X Factor finale

Big night: She'll be cheering on her last remaining contestant Grace Davies in this weekend's X Factor finale

And while this is a thoughtful sentiment, it's usually the X Factor winner's single that tries to reach the annual Christmas number one.

Speaking about?the campaign to get Wham!’s Last Christmas to the top of the charts this year, Sharon said: 'Oh God yeah! Wouldn’t that be great? That would be amazing. It feels right!'

She went on: 'My happiest memories of George are taking my daughters [Kelly and Aimee] to see him perform.?We lost so many stars last year that you can’t replace. Do you think there’s anybody around who can replace Prince? No. And there’s nobody as an artist and songwriter that can replace George.

Feeling the chill:?Her red mane blew back from her face in the icy breeze, accentuating her high eye-brows and her startled expression
Feeling the chill:?Her red mane blew back from her face in the icy breeze, accentuating her high eye-brows and her startled expression

Feeling the chill:?Her red mane blew back from her face in the icy breeze, accentuating her high eye-brows and her startled expression

She's home: Grace Davies visited her hometown Blackburn for the her homecoming where she received overwhelming support on her return

She's home: Grace Davies visited her hometown Blackburn for the her homecoming where she received overwhelming support on her return

'For somebody of my age, that was the soundtrack to our youth. You look at those people who are no longer with us and you’re like: "Oh s**t." It’s frightening. It’s just so horribly sad that he’s gone.'

Ahead of the spectacular series close, Sharon's contestant Grace visited her hometown of Blackburn on Wednesday for her homecoming where she received overwhelming support from locals, as well as her famous mentor.

The 20-year-old was in high spirits as she arrived at her family home, where she was pictured kissing her dear kitten, before heading out to greet her excited supporters.?

Irreplaceable: 'My happiest memories of George are taking my daughters [Kelly and Aimee] to see him perform. We lost so many stars last year that you can’t replace. There’s nobody as an artist and songwriter that can replace George,' she said

Irreplaceable: 'My happiest memories of George are taking my daughters [Kelly and Aimee] to see him perform. We lost so many stars last year that you can’t replace. There’s nobody as an artist and songwriter that can replace George,' she said

One year later...:?Speaking about the campaign to get Wham!’s Last Christmas to the top of the charts this year, Sharon said 'Oh God yeah! Wouldn’t that be great? That would be amazing. It feels right'

One year later...:?Speaking about the campaign to get Wham!’s Last Christmas to the top of the charts this year, Sharon said 'Oh God yeah! Wouldn’t that be great? That would be amazing. It feels right'

Up in Glasgow, Nicole Scherzinger was also supporting her act Kevin Davy for his performance at the SEE Hydro.

He also got a strong show of support from form X Factor winner James Arthur, who was with him backstage before the gig.?

In Blackburn, chirpy youngster Grace headed to her family home before a late night performance in her home town, in front of judge Sharon.

Proud mama: Sharon Osbourne was like a proud mama when she watched Grace perform in?Blackburn

Proud mama: Sharon Osbourne was like a proud mama when she watched Grace perform in?Blackburn

She wrapped up in a grey jumper, midnight blue bottoms and pink cocoon coat,?which matched her heavily pigmented eyeshadow.

Grace was seen chatting to her thrilled family members ahead of the finale.

Moving on to the public, she warmly embraced schoolchildren as her young followers paraded posters for the budding songwriter.?

Supportive: Nicole Scherzinger was there to support her?act Kevin Davy for his performance at the SEE Hydro. in Glasgow

Supportive: Nicole Scherzinger was there to support her?act Kevin Davy for his performance at the SEE Hydro. in Glasgow

Show of support: The brunette was up on stage to announce her act

Show of support: The brunette was up on stage to announce her act

On top of the world: It is surely one of Kevin's proudest moments

On top of the world: It is surely one of Kevin's proudest moments

Grace's musical beginnings started as she was given the opportunity to perform at her local pub.

The contestant made an emotional return to her stomping ground, where she pulled pints from the end of last year to early 2017.

The pink-haired beauty remains one of the favourites to win the show, as she is up against fellow hopefuls Kevin Davy White, Rak-Su, Lloyd Macey and The Cutkelvins.?

Overwhleming: As she head out into town, the support didn't stop

Overwhleming: As she head out into town, the support didn't stop

?Reunited: The blonde was excited to be reunited with her beloved kitten

?Reunited: The blonde was excited to be reunited with her beloved kitten

Thrilled:?The 20-year-old was in high spirits as she arrived at her family home, where she was pictured kissing her dear kitten, before heading out to greet her excited supporters

Thrilled:?The 20-year-old was in high spirits as she arrived at her family home, where she was pictured kissing her dear kitten, before heading out to greet her excited supporters

?Support: Appearing as a close-knit family, Grace was pictured talking to her father and sister

?Support: Appearing as a close-knit family, Grace was pictured talking to her father and sister

Embrace:?Moving on to the public, she cuddled a group of schoolchildren as they approached her with excitement

Embrace:?Moving on to the public, she cuddled a group of schoolchildren as they approached her with excitement

Stylish:?The chirpy youngster wrapped up in a grey jumper, midnight blue bottoms and pink cocoon coat, which matched her heavily pigmented eyeshadow

Stylish:?The chirpy youngster wrapped up in a grey jumper, midnight blue bottoms and pink cocoon coat, which matched her heavily pigmented eyeshadow

Fan love: Her young followers were seen parading posters for the budding songwriter

Fan love: Her young followers were seen parading posters for the budding songwriter

Where it all began:?The contestant made an emotional return to her stomping ground, where she pulled pints from the end of last year to early 2017

Where it all began:?The contestant made an emotional return to her stomping ground, where she pulled pints from the end of last year to early 2017

Humble beginnings: Grace's music took off as she was given the opportunity to perform at her local pub

Humble beginnings: Grace's music took off as she was given the opportunity to perform at her local pub

Grace has already reaped the benefits of star status as she soared into the iTunes Top Ten with her original track Too Young.

She was crowned the winner in the first ever head-to-head battle on the show's long-running history.

She brought judges Alesha, Sharon and Nicole to their feet as they were blown away by her moving performance of Too Young.

The rising starlet won an envy-inducing trip to New York City and the opportunity to meet singer Pink after she put on an incredible performance.?

Bid to win:?The pink-haired beauty remains one of the favourites to win the show, as she is up against fellow hopefuls Kevin Davy White, Rak-Su, Lloyd Macey and The Cutkelvins

Bid to win:?The pink-haired beauty remains one of the favourites to win the show, as she is up against fellow hopefuls Kevin Davy White, Rak-Su, Lloyd Macey and The Cutkelvins

Fan favourite: The rising starlet won an envy-inducing trip to New York City and the opportunity to meet singer Pink after she put on an incredible performance in the first live show, topping the weekend vote

Fan favourite: The rising starlet won an envy-inducing trip to New York City and the opportunity to meet singer Pink after she put on an incredible performance in the first live show, topping the weekend vote

Sharing the love: As she performed in her home town, Grace could feel the love

Sharing the love: As she performed in her home town, Grace could feel the love

Introducing her act: The moment that Sharon brought her act on stage was caught on camera

Introducing her act: The moment that Sharon brought her act on stage was caught on camera

Sweet: She looked particularly proud to be watching her act blossom

Sweet: She looked particularly proud to be watching her act blossom

Wow from the crowds: The audience were all holding up signs with her name

Wow from the crowds: The audience were all holding up signs with her name

Now that's support: Kevin was also supported by top performer James Arthur

Now that's support: Kevin was also supported by top performer James Arthur

Got his back: The performer was a previous winner of the talent competition

Got his back: The performer was a previous winner of the talent competition

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