MILLIONS of viewers were entranced by schoolgirl singer-songwriter Joslyn Plant, as she made her way through to the semi-finals of ITV's The Voice last year.
Now the 13-year-old, from Cheadle, has taken her singing career a step further - by launching her first single today (August 7).
Summer Daydream, which she wrote with Kareem El Nagar of Stelworks Studios, in Sheffield, is available on major music platforms including Spotify, iTunes and Google Play. The song was inspired by Joslyn's family holiday trips to Devon.
"It's got a very beachy, happy, sunny feel," she explained.
"I wanted to write something positive as other songs I have written are more lyrical and sad. I think we all need a happy song right now."
Joslyn says she has learned so much from entering national singing competitions, which include her winning the under-16 category of Open Mic UK in 2017 and the under-13 section of Teen Star in 2018.
"I am so motivated and inspired by looking at other people's careers. I love Tina Turner, I think she is so amazing and i really look up to her, she said.
"She has been through such hard times and it pushes me to carry on and keep going."
Joslyn's first public appearance was at a talent show at Cheadle Primary School, where she was educated before moving on to Painsley Catholic College.
"My dream is to do anything within the music industry. Working in musical theatre would be amazing," she said.
Proud mum Michelle said: "She wants to release more songs. The team at Steelworks are really helping her with that and helping her to develop as an artist.
"She also works really hard at school. It's important that she gets an education and stays grounded."
* You can find out more about Joslyn on her Facebook page.