The Lancashire singer-songwriter appeared on BGT last year where she made it through to the live shows.
Now a year on, her debut record called Imperfections is out now to download online.
Ella hosted a launch for friends, family and fans this week and declared: “I’m still as high as a kite with all the emotion and it was definitely my proudest night in music."
She told the Lancashire Telegraph: “Britain’s Got Talent gave me national exposure, but this was more special because it felt like a celebratory night with all my family there.
“And that’s because it was my own work, my own creation, and to get the response I did, the goodwill and wonderful messages from fans everywhere was incredible.
“I’m overwhelmed – I’m living the dream and I can’t stop smiling.”
Ella described the past year as "a rollercoaster journey" that had seen "lots of tears and raw emotion.
“I’ve had days questioning why it seemed so difficult, but to have my own album is just a monumental thing for my career," the 19-year-old continued.
Ella's BGT audition song Summertime is one of the 10 tracks on the self-penned album which she hopes to take on tour next year.
“I’m planning a tour with the band in 2017 and hopefully people all over the country will get to hear the songs live soon," she explained. “Music is my life, but I can’t describe how happy I feel about Imperfections."