Some Britain's Got Talent viewers reckon the judges were wrong to say no to Emma Winter.
24 year old student teacher from Wales Emma performed at the auditions during Saturday night's latest show.
"That's probably where I do most of my singing at the moment, in school with the children," said Emma in the episode. "My mum put me forward for the audition because I was too scared to put myself forward.
"I'm really glad she put me forward now. Today is going to be a massive challenge, I'm extremely scared... I'm just hoping everything goes well."
On stage, Emma confessed to being petrified before revealing how her school kids would be angry if she got buzzed off stage.
Emma sung Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud for the judges and while there were no buzzers, there were some nos
Only David Walliams gave Emma a yes, telling her: “There’s a lovely sweetness to your voice. I’m going to give you a chance and say yes.”
"I felt that was a little bit boring and I didn’t hear anything distinct in your voice that’s going to make me remember this," Simon Cowell commented.
Amanda Holden added: “The whole thing felt under par – your voice is lovely, it’s very sweet, but the whole thing felt under par.”
Emma looked clearly upset after leaving the stage, being encouraged by hosts Ant and Dec: “The audience liked it – it’s just not for [Simon] today.”
But Emma can take encouragement from a number of viewers who reckon the judges were wrong to say no
"@BGT No way!! Bring back Emma Winter! Use the wild card..." wrote one, Jon Chapman (@JonChapma).
"#bgt how could they not put Emma Winter through. A great singer with actual talent..." agreed Mark Porter (@mark_porter16) as Jacg Gomez (@jacg41097) tweeted: "@BGT no way not happy with tonight episode because Emma winter did not get through I think she was amazing @AmandaHolden #nothappy."
Emma's audition has since been watched over 200,000 times, more than some of the acts who did get through.