The Voice UK runner up Leah McFall has revealed she's not disappointed about losing.
Despite being the odds on favourite going into the final, Leah was pipped at the post by Andrea Begley in the final public vote.
But a happy Leah declared this week: "To be honest, I don't think I could be disappointed. I got through to the finals! I didn't expect to get that far.
"You just don't ever imagine getting through to the final and definitely not charting. I didn't even know we were releasing songs! It was a beautiful surprise!"
She explained: "There's always pressure at every stage in any career, but at the minute I feel encouraged that so many people bought my cover versions of I Will Survive and Killing Me Softly."
Leah has been widely tipped to release an album before the year is out, especially with coach Will.i.am's backing, and the 23-year-old confessed things were moving first.
She said: "I'm having meetings this week and I'll find out what kind of time frame I'll be working within. I'm all work, work, work!"