Grace Davies has been offered a record deal following The X Factor 2017 final.
The runner up to this year's series revealed the news on Twitter this week.
She told her followers: "I never got a chance to THANK YOU all ⭐️ you have absolutely made my dreams come TRUE and today I was offered a record deal which is all down to you guys helping me get my name and my songs out there - which I am so thankful for ♥️ I am the happiest girl on the planet 🦄 x"
It's not yet clear which record label has made the offer, but X Factor boss Simon Cowell himself had been tipped to sign her.
Grace went into the final as the underdog against favourites Rak-Su last weekend.
The pair were the last two acts left standing this year after Kevin Davy White finished third on Saturday night.
It was indeed Rak-Su who won The X Factor, but there there's good news for Grace, who is reportedly set to be signed.
According told The Sun newspaper: “This has been a fantastic year for talent and both Grace and Rak-Su would have been worthy winners.
“Grace and Rak-Su write their own material and are real and rare talents – and Simon and all of the Syco team have made it clear they are keen to work with both acts.”
During her time on the show, Grace showcased a number of original songs with Too Young peaking at Number 2 on iTunes.
Her never to be released winner's duet was also an original, her audition song Roots which featured Paloma Faith.
The X Factor 2017 final aired last night on ITV.
The singing series will return next year for what will be its fifteenth run.