12-year-old Beau Dermott got a standing ovation on tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2016 judges after another powerful performance.
The youngster belted out Jekyll & Hyde's Someone Like You live in front of 10 million viewers in the penultimate semi-final.
Beau had won her away into the live stages straight from the auditions after getting a golden buzzer from Amanda Holden in the very first show this year.
Commenting on Beau's performance tonight, Amanda said: "I'm so proud of you, that's just the most stunning song, your voice was even better than your audition. I could not be more thrilled for you."
Simon Cowell said: "Very simply this is why we make the show for people like you."
He added: "I guarantee you in about 5 or 10 years time we'll look back and say this the moment we discovered a star."
Meanwhile Alesha Dixon concluded: "That was sensational" as she branded Beau a possible winner.
"It's just when I get up here all my nerves just go and I feel free on the stage," Beau later told hosts Ant and Dec.
You can re-watch Beau's live performance above.
Other acts to perform tonight included dancer Balance Unity and performance group Bespoke Candi with their dinosaur.
Also performing were dancers Bollywest Fusion, comedy magician Christian Lee, the The Collaborative Orchestra & Singers and variety act Danny Beard.
Rounding things off were dancers Tumar KR and vocal group Vox Fortura.
Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV.