X Factor 2012 hopeful Amy Mottram has admitted she found her audition 'terrifying' at the weekend.
The 16-year-old from Essex wowed the judges with her cover of Adele's One and Only to make it through to bootcamp on last night's latest show.
Gary Barlow raved: "The confidence in your voice, and the technique... it's gorgeous."
And Louis Walsh told the teenager: "Amy, where did the voice come from? This little girl, this big soulful voice, you're the reason I love this job. You've got soul and it's a big yes."
Speaking after her audition, Amy confessed she was terrified about stepping out on stage.
"I did good, but it was terrifying," she said.
The Romford local went on: "However once I was on there I loved it, it was fine."
Amy, now one of the favourites in the girls category, revealed: "I've sung since I was a little baby, I had my first karaoke machine when I was three.
"My favourite song was Over The Rainbow by Judy Garland."