Britain's Got Talent's Wayne Woodward is ready for the Britain's Got Talent final despite a dash to hospital after the semi-finals.
The singer reportedly collapsed backstage at the BGT studios in London shortly after the live shows finished filming earlier this week.
A paramedic car and later an ambulance blue-lighted to the scene to help the performer, who had topped the public vote to make it through to Saturday night's final.
Wayne was then taken to hospital for check ups, the Daily Mirror reported.
"Wayne fainted after the show last night and was seen by a medic on site," a source explained to the tabloid. "He was then taken to hospital as a precaution and is now resting at home."
Danny Dyer sound-a-like Wayne performed Frank Sinatra's That's Life during Monday night's live show to win one of twelve places in tomorrow's final.
Despite the collapse, the 21-year-old has since returned to rehearse for his next live performance, potentially one which will win him £250,000.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “He was just absolutely exhausted, but he’s now left hospital and is back rehearsing hard for Saturday.”
Wayne is one of twelve acts in the final, competing alongside the likes of sword swallower Alex Magala, magician Richard Jones and newly revealed wildcard acts, dancing dog Trip Hazard and ballet couple Shannon and Peter.
The Britain's Got Talent 2016 final airs Saturday night on ITV from 7:30PM.