Britain's Got Talent 2012 comic Marea Smithson has said he wants to quit job in favour of her own sketch show.
The Medical secretary-turned-impressionist shocked the judges on Saturday with a surprise take on celebs including Anne Robinson and Ann Windecombe.
Despite Simon Cowell originally doubting the shy performer, Marea managed to win him over and received four yeses from the panel.
Comic David Walliams raved: "It was brilliantly funny. You had put a lot of work into getting the impressions exactly right.
"I think you are actually a born performer. You’re shy as yourself but you like being other people. So actually I loved the transformation."
Speaking after her audition, Marea said her "dream" was to work on her own TV or Radio series.
She told The Sun: "I’ve been looking at some of the TOWIE people but I’m not quite there yet."
We'll see if Marea makes the BGT live shows soon!