Beau Dermott is ready for her live performance on Britain's Got Talent's latest live semi-final tonight.
Not even Simon Cowell can faze the 12-year-old singer who wowed the judges during the auditions.
"People say Simon Cowell's a bit scary but he liked me so I wasn't afraid of him," Beau told OK! magazine this week.
Speaking ahead of tonight's live show, Beau added: "I’m going to give it my best shot but I’m not really thinking about winning."
Beau won Amanda Holden's golden buzzer on the very first day of auditions earlier this year after belting out a cover of Defying Gravity.
"Oh my God, you were so, so, so amazing. I am so excited for you, you were brilliant," raved Amanda at the time.
But young Beau found herself under attack shortly after and was bizarrely accused of 'cheating' when it was revealed she had been having singing lessons.
Hitting back at those stories, Beau’s mum Karen said this week: "As for the stage school thing, that’s nonsense.
"Beau had a handful of singing lessons at Stage Pro in Warrington – I guess the name sounds professional but it’s just a local school that any kid can go along to after school or at the weekends.
"It’s all been misconstrued."
Britain's Got Talent 2016 airs tonight live from 7:30PM.
Also performing this evening will be dancers Bollywest Fusion, comedy magician Christian Lee, the The Collaborative Orchestra & Singers, variety act Danny Beard, body poppers Tumar KR and vocal group Vox Fortura.