'The X Factor' is celebrating a decade on air this year and to mark the occasion an 'Ultimate X Factor Mash-Up' has been created.
The video is a medley of hits sung by artists discovered by Simon Cowell's singing show, including One Direction and Leona Lewis.
Over nine series, 'The X Factor' has produced 57 UK chart hits, with 33 of those reaching the coveted number one position.
But while the track uses 13 pop stars it ignores one singer who sprang to fame on the show - Matt Cardle.
Cardle's manager Will Talbot has hit out at the advert, telling Digital Spy that he is disappointed by the omission and believes the show is "attempting to erase Matt from the history books".
His manager pointed out that since 2010, Cardle has had two top ten albums, one of which went platinum, and his combined single and album sales exceed 2 million units.
The full artist and track listing appears below:
One Direction "That's What Makes You Beautiful"
Leona Lewis "Bleeding Love"
Alexandra Burke "All Night Long"
Little Mix "DNA"
Cher Lloyd "Swagger Jagger"
JLS "Everybody in Love"
Misha B "Do You Think of Me"
Olly Murs "Heart Skips a Beat"
Shayne Ward "No Promises"
James Arthur "Impossible"
Union J "Carry You"
Amelia Lily "You Bring Me Joy"
Joe McElderry "Ambitions"