Beau Dermott's standout Britain's Got Talent audition is going viral after its airing at the weekend.
The 12-year-old singer wowed the judges in Saturday night's auditions and had Amanda Holden pressing the golden buzzer.
Having brought her parents and brother Ben along to her audition, Beau admitted to being "really nervous" before her try out.
"When I'm on stage it feels like anything is possible and I can be myself," she told cameras. "I really hope that I give a good performance."
Beau went on to belt out Wicked's Defying Gravity to stun the judges and live audience.
"Oh my God, you were so, so, so amazing. I am so excited for you, you were brilliant," gushed Amanda after hitting the golden buzzer.
"We were not expecting that," declared Simon Cowell. "That's how you do it."
"Everyone else might as well go home, you're incredible," concluded David Walliams.
Having got the golden buzzer there was no need for the judges to vote with Beau sailing straight through to the live semi-finals later this year.
Her audition has now been watched more than a million times in less than two days and has been picked up across the world with coverage of the performance stretching from the US over to China.
The youngster, who is heading back to school this week, described the experience on stage as a "dream come true".
Appearing on ITV's Lorraine on Monday morning, Beau's mum said: "Once she starts singing, she goes into her own little world.
"She's really humble isn't she and takes it all in her stride... I'm still in this bubble at the moment it's been really great."
Remember, Britain's Got Talent continues this weekend on ITV with more auditions.
You can watch Beau's amazing audition again in the video below...