Deirdre Lawlor impressed the X Factor 2012 judges last night to make it through to bootcamp.
The 20-year-old from Ireland performed What's Up by the Four Non Blondes for the judges as auditions continued in London.
"Some of the notes were off but in general there's lots of potential with you," Take That star Gary Barlow told the youngster.
Guest judge for the day Leona Lewis added: "I think... it sounds so beautiful, it sounds lovely."
Tulisa commented: "I think you have a strong pop singing voice."
Louis Walsh warned: "I think you're going to need a lot of work... but there's something here."
It was four yeses for Deirdre who is now through to bootcamp!
Reacting after her audition, she said: “They (the judges) were saying you are very talented, you are a great singer and Gary was saying I can see a little bit of a star in you so hearing those comments from such big people is so, what is going on,” said Deirdre whose live at home with her parents Kay and Denis.
Keeping coy about how she got on at bootcamp last month Deirdre, added: “It was the most psychotic, overwhelming ridiculous craziest fantastic experience of my life and I would do it again in a heartbeat."
The X Factor continues this Saturday and Sunday on ITV1.