The Voice UK finalist Jordan Gray is really unwell ahead of this Saturday night's first live show.
Jordan is one of three artists on Paloma Faith's live team and this weekend will be performing for a spot in the semi-finals.
But rehearsals haven't got to plan with Jordan too ill to complete her performance.
"We were just in the middle of the first big live rehearsal and I had to go straight home," she revealed yesterday. "I couldn't get through the performance.
"But the show must go on, that's my philosophy. I'm not a spiritual person or anything like that, I don't believe in fate."
Speaking to the Press Association (via Belfast Telegraph), Jordan admitted: "I just think if I want to be on stage on Saturday, then I have to be on stage on Saturday.
"I'm feeling miserable, but I'm focusing on getting well."
Jordan's mentor Paloma Faith added: "She's just got a virus and we don't want her to be poorly on the live show. She will make it. We are all praying for her."
Meanwhile, Jordan confessed that she felt like an "underdog" going into the live shows .
"Not to be self-effacing because I think I am very good at what I do, but I kind of feel I probably have one of the weakest voices in the competition," she said. "However, I do make up for it because I emote and I perform the heck out of whatever I'm given and I work blooming hard on it.
"I just try to do that even though I don't have the strongest vocal."
The Voice UK live shows begin this Saturday night on BBC One from 7PM where a total of FOUR acts will be eliminated.