The name Ella Henderson may not mean anything yet to those living outside the United Kingdom but for the 9 million people that tuned into last night's UK 'X Factor', they know that it's the 16-year-old girl who performed a stunning ballad-version of Cher's 1998 chart-topper 'Believe'.
Henderson, who sang a self-penned song in the audition stage of X Factor, stated pre-performance during last night's Boot Camp stage, "Today, instead of doing a song that I'd normally just go for and be like, 'Yeah, I can do that', I wanted to challenge myself a bit more and pick a song that was completely out of the box and out of my comfort zone."
Unsure of what the judges would think of her performance, she continued, "I Keep going through it in my head and trying to put my twist on it because it's so different from what I'd normally do. I really hope they like it".
Since last night's airing of the performance, the YouTube video of Henderson's performance has since been viewed over 125,000 times.
One of those views comes from superstar Cher, who took 'Believe' to the top of the US and UK charts back in the late 1990's.
Cher took to Twitter to reveal that Scherzinger wasn't the only one who shed tears whilst viewing the performance; "I went on YouTube to see the young girl sing 'Believe'. Tears came to my eyes! So touching! A great version of a great song. We can share it!"
Henderson couldn't have wished for a better compliment!