Britain's Got Talent favourite Calum Scott has admitted he can't keep up with the support he's had since his audition aired.
The singer impressed the judges during the opening episode of this year's series as he performed Robyn's Dancing On My Own.
Simon Cowell slammed the golden buzzer to send Calum straight through to the live shows, telling him: "It was amazing, I really mean that, well done. I've never, ever in all the years I've done this show heard a guy with the talent you've got."
The music mogul added: "You're more than a singer, you're an artist and that's why you got that [the golden buzzer]."
Speaking about the reaction to his performance, single Calum revealed he's had plenty of fans online and even weird requests, and not just from the ladies.
"I've had a guy who wants to hand over his soul.... that was scary," he explained this week. "My Twitter has gone from 400 to 25,000 followers. I can't keep up..."
Calum also confessed he was left struggling to perform when some female fans flashed their boobs to him at a recent gig.
Meanwhile, looking ahead to the live shows, Calum is focused on making sure he'll be able to give a top notch vocal performance.
He told heat magazine: “I’m my harshest critic and a bit of a perfectionist. I don’t like to be flat, a bit out of tune or time. I like to get things right straight off the beat, but it never happens like that, you’ve got to make mistakes to be able to improve.”
Watch our own recent interview with Calum below...