Britain's Got Talent singing sensation Alice Fredenham has been left overwhelmed by the reaction to her audition over the past week.
The 28-year-old beauty therapist wowed the panel with a cover of My Funny Valentine to end the weekend's first audition episode.
More than 13 million viewers saw Alice's performance for judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, which had them all on their feet.
But nervous Alice admitted that the huge impact of the overnight fame will effect her.
"I have to admit that people saying things like, 'I can't wait to see the next performance' and having to possibly sing live again... being quite a nervous person, it's going to have its effects on me," she told us this week. "But I hope I can make people happy like with my last audition."
As well as overnight fame, Alice has been thrown into the likes of Twitter and Facebook and admitted: "I'm completely not into tech and I'm still trying to learn how to retweet and at people or whatever, but I'm slowly learning the ropes."
However it's not just fans on Twitter, there's also been some users pretending to be Alice herself.
"Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery... but it's completely weird to be honest with you," she laughs.
Watch our recent chat with Alice Fredenham below...