Morgan Smith had a bit of a tough time on Britain's Got Talent 2016 tonight.
Morgan is a 16 year old singer who adores music.
She's currently a student living in Watford with her parents and younger brother, who are all very supportive of her.
"I want to perform in front of the Royal Family," declared Morgan on the show this evenng. "My life is music, everything I do, I sing.
"When I'm doing exams I sing to remember stuff, I make it into a song, I love music."
Hoping to impress Simon Cowell in particular, Morgan told the judges she was planning to sing Jennifer Hudson’s Spotlight, explaining: "It's a powerful song and I think I can show my ability with it."
However just a little into the song, Simon was left underwhelmed and stopped the track.
"Can we hear something else?" he asked.
Instead, Morgan decided to perform Etta James’ I’d Rather Go Blind.
Alesha Dixon adviced: "You've got to be strong and confident, make us believe that you believe in yourself.
Amanda Holden added: "I want to feel your heart, I want to feel the spirit, I want to know what's behind that face."
Simon told Morgan: "Now you've heard a little bit of advice, why don't we turn this into the Morgan Smith concert?"
And with that encouragement, Morgan's second song saw her get through to the next round.
"I think you are really, really good," Simon told her, "You're one of the better singers we've heard on the show this year."
With four big yeses, Morgan sailed through to the next stage - but will she make the live shows? Stay tuned!
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