Amelia O'Connell is one the acts going before the Voice 2014 coaches on tomorrow's latest audition show.
It's the penultimate set of blind auditions with just a few free spots remaining on the teams.
Hoping to win one, 16-year-old Amelia is seen singing The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face made famous by Roberta Flack for the panel.
And there's perhaps one coach that at least her family is hoping to impress with Amelia's dad the UK's number one Sir Tom Jones tribute act (apparently).
But according to the Daily Mirror newspaper, while Sir Tom does turn around for Amelia, she chooses to join the team of another coach.
Despite being just 16 this isn't schoolgirl Amelia's first time in the spotlight.
The Liverpudlian singer previously sung alongside stars such as Stevie Wonder, Barbra Streisand and Bette Midler at a New York benefit, getting a standing ovation from guests including Tom Hanks.
Amelia told the tabloid: “New York didn’t phase me. The Voice was harder.”
Teasing her appearance this weekend on her Twitter account earlier on in the week, Amelia wrote online: "DONT MISS THE VOICE THIS SATURDAY!! Starts at 7:10 #DontMissIt "
And just as Amelia says, The Voice 2014 airs Saturday night on BBC One.