An X Factor starlet is hoping she's done enough to make it through to the next round of the ITV show.
Millions watched teenager Molly Scott from Easington battle for a seat in the Six Chair Challenge last night.
The 16-year-old, who recently picked her GCSE from English Martyrs School in Hartlepool, was emotional as she performed A Great Big World's 'Say Something'.
As part of the show's latest twist each of the categories' acts have to battle it out for a chair, which will enable them to go through to the next round at the Judges' Houses.
After Molly's song she was given a standing ovation by judges Robbie Williams, Ayda Field and Louis Tomlinson - and a seat.
However, as part of the challenge the chairs can be removed and they may lose out to fellow singers who are still to perform.
Proud mum Louise Scott, a teaching assistant who works in Hartlepool, said: "It was hard watching her perform as she was very tearful and naturally you feel so much for her.
"Her dad, brother, boyfriend, nana and quite a few other family members were able to go down and watch her, which was amazing.
"We're just all so proud."
Find out what happens next on Molly's X Factor Journey on ITV1 at 8pm tonight.