IT IS usually one of the biggest selling records of the year.

Now one Hampshire charity has been given four yeses by the X Factor judges and will receive some of the profits made from this year’s winner’s single.

Sutton Scotney based Naomi House & Jacksplace, which provides hospice services for lifelimited and life-threatened children and young people, will be benefitting from the sale of the single.

The winner’s charity single will be released for download on Sunday, December 13, immediately after the grand final, with the CD in stores the following Tuesday.

Simon Cowell’s record company Simco Limited will then donate all of its profits made from the CD and downloads to the children’s charities Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase.

And through its partnership with Together for Short Lives, Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices will benefit from some of the proceeds raised through the record.

The last two X Factor finalists will perform their prospective winner’s single live during the final at the SSE Wembley Arena this weekend.

Now in its eleventh year, the 2015 X Factor final will see Reggie ‘N’ Bollie, Louisa Johnson and Che Chesterman all battle it out with Louisa the current favourite to take the top spot.

Simon said: “I have workedwith these inspirational charities for many years and I’m delighted that The X Factor winner’s single sales will help families who are going through such unimaginably difficult times.

“In 2015, raising funds for hospice care is more important than ever. The money we raise will make a real difference.”

Paul Morgan, head of fundraising for Naomi House & Jacksplace added: “Christmas is a very special time at our hospices and the support of Simon Cowell and X Factor means we can make Christmas even more magical for the 263 children and 110 adults that rely on our vital service.”

As well as donating 100 per cent of the profits from the sale of the CD and download, any money Simco Limited makes from all streaming in the UK and the Republic of Ireland will be shared equally between Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase.

The donation to the charities will be at least £1 for each CD sold in the UK and at least 20p for each download in the UK.

The single will be the eighth release from The X Factor with proceeds going to charity.