X-Factor reject Gamu Nhengu is travelling to the San Jose mine in Chile in time to greet the 33 trapped miners as they are pulled to safety.
Gamu will sing the Chilean National Anthem to each miner as they see daylight for the first time in over 66 days and will then follow it up with a performance of other well known Spanish language songs such as La Bamba and the Ketchup Song.
The 33 miners are huge fans of Gamu and were disgusted that she wasn't even invited back on to the X-Factor as Cheryl Cole's wildcard.
They have been following her progress on videos of the X-Factor that have been sent down to them whilst they have been trapped 800 feet below the earth's surface.
'We asked for X-rated videos' said one of the miners 'but they must have misunderstood our request although some of the lads had a cheeky tug when Nicole Scherzinger was doing the judging.'
They have even started up their own underground group called Guardar Gamu, or Save Gamu in English, and have managed to get a petition with 33 signatures which they hope to send to Simon Cowell in an effort to get the Zimbabwean starlet reinstated to the live X-Factor finals.
Gamu is said to be flattered by the attention she has been receiving from Chile 'I hopes this publicity will help increase my appeal to a wider adult audience.... and not just miners.'
'It's ironic that I've been facing a major problem to stay in the UK and now I'll be facing a miner problem in Chile' she added before she was asked to stop using miner/minor puns to get cheap laughs at the end of a crappy spoof story.