The 12-year-old schoolgirl from South Wales brings her whole family along for support at her audition, with everyone from parents to cousins in the audience.
Maia reveals to the panel that she's going to sing a track from one of her musical idols before going on to wow the judges with her performance of Whitney Houston’s I Have Nothing.
Alesha Dixon describes it as a "fantastic audition" and gushes: "To get to those notes the way you did was so impressive."
Amanda Holden comments: "At 12 years old, honestly iw as mind blowingly fantastic."
Meanwhile, David Walliams highlights Maia's performance was a reason why kids are encouraged to audition for BGT.
He says: "Sometimes people ask why we have children on Britain's Got Talent and sometimes they're miles better than the adults.
"You really can hold our attention like any adult singer."
But just what does Simon Cowell make of it all?
Other acts on tonight's auditions including a singing mum and daughter duo, a plate spinning, unicycling, knife juggling circus act and a singer who puts a unique twist on Frozen's Let It Go.
The latest round of Britain's Got Talent 2015 try outs kick off this evening at 8PM on ITV.
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