X Factor's 'living doll' Sada Vidoo is hoping to represent Denmark at Eurovision 2017.
Sada appeared on The X Factor last year and ended up winning over Simon Cowell after he had reservations about her act.
"I dress up as a doll every day, I just have different styles and looks, but it's what I do. My philosophy as a doll is to just be free, to not have any rules," Sada told cameras before her first audition.
Sada had the attention of the panel from the moment she walked into the room with her 'quirky' sense of style, although Sharon Osbourne thought she looked like a toilet roll cover.
After introducing herself as a living doll, Sada got Simon reacting: "You're not a doll... This is ridiculous, you are not a doll."
Sada went on to perform a rather unique rendition of Love Is A Battlefield by Pat Benatar and it turned out she actually had a pretty good voice.
"You are fantastically nuts," Simon said. "I am certainly going to remember this. I'm not sure if it's one of the best things I've seen or worst things I've seen, and that's a good thing."
"It was cool, it was different," agreed Nicole Scherzinger.
"I think it is fabulous!" declared Sharon.
Sada went on to make the six chair challenge where she did originally get a seat but found herself eventually being swapped out and missing judges' houses.
Now the Metro newspaper reports that the Danish singer is hoping to represent her home country in this year's 2017 Eurovision Song Contest.
So far Sada is down to the top 10 in the running but will see her on stage in Ukraine in May?
Watch this space...