Britain's Got Talent's Marc Spelmann has teased his plans for the live shows.
Marc had stunned Britain's Got Talent in the first round of auditions with a mind reading trick.
He had asked each of the judges to randomly select something. David Walliams had to pick a random coloured crayon, Alesha Dixon a random card, Simon Cowell a random word and Amanda Holden had to randomly mess up a Rubik's cube.
"This is not real magic, for me real magic changed two years ago, this to me is real magic," said Marc before revealing pre-recorded clips of his young daughter correctly predicting the outcome of the judges' choices.
It earned him a golden buzzer from Ant and Dec, seeing Marc straight through to the live shows this week.
"I didn't expect it at all. I was blown away," Marc said this week of getting the golden buzzer.
He revealed "After the performance, Dec told me that they had been doing the show for 11 years and when Isabella said the word 'Hat' it was one of the most incredible things he had ever seen."
Speaking to OK! Magazine, Marc went on to tease his plans for the live shows.
"I've planned a three part routine," he said. "If i manage to make the final, I have a big finish, but if it ends at the semi-finals I'll have a wonderful experience and been able to dedicate it to my beautiful family ."
He further said in an interview with The Sun newspaper: “My semi-final piece was inspired by six words Tessa said to me during her cancer treatment.
“I asked her a poignant question and the phrase she gave in response changed how I live my life now.
“If it wasn’t for her saying that, I might not have gone for Britain’s Got Talent.”
Marc added: “If I get to the final, my act will be the most poignant piece. I really hope I get through, just so viewers can see the final part of the story.”
Meanwhile, Marc has been forced to distance himself from old tweets slamming the show.
He wrote in 2012: "This is the last I’ll say I promise. #bgt is a mockery of entertainment. It’s a joke. Simon is laughing at the deluded public. Do not vote!”
Marc said his "thoughts and feelings on the show" had now changed.
"I have changed rather a lot in the last six years and the offhand tweets I made about Britain’s Got Talent many years ago in no way reflect my thoughts and feelings on the show now," he said in a statement to The Sun newspaper. “I am a huge fan of the series and it has been a dream of mine to perform for the judges since before my daughter was born."
Marc added: “The tweets were careless comments made from my sofa, which I have since deleted as I would not want to give the impression I feel that way.
“The outpouring of support I have received from the public since getting the golden buzzer has been overwhelming and I can’t thank Britain’s Got Talent and the public enough, I am very proud to be part of the show.”
Britain's Got Talent airs Saturday nights on ITV.