Teenage comic Jack Carroll impressed the Britain's Got Talent 2013 judges at the weekend and today we caught up with the funny youngster for chat.
Jack, who suffers from cerebral palsy, wowed the panel of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell on Saturday night.
His jokes poked fun at himself and his own disability, although Jack insists he's got much more material up his sleeve, telling us: "I got the disability thing out of the way first so now I can do some other stuff. I'm not just a one trick pony."
Jack joked: "I'm a three of four trick pony but after that I am done.
"You can expect to see something different from me. Offending people isn't my job, making people laugh is my job, but it's nice to provoke a reaction now and again."
The 14-year-old has already been installed as a favourite to win by the bookmakers and the reaction has left Jack all rather stunned.
He said: "The reaction has been largely positive, I've really enjoyed it, it's been a hectic couple of days. It was a bit weird watching myself, it were nice enough."
But Jack isn't sure he'll make the live shows, let alone the final.
The modest performer added: "There's a lot of very talented acts, arguably more talented than me, in the show so we'll see. I think the Shadow people are the front runners."