Dublin woman Melanie McCabe (20) will be seen singing her heart out on tonight's X Factor.
However, it has been reported that while the talented singer puts her all into her performance, judge Nicole Scherzinger will decide it's not good enough and opts to send her home.
Irish X Factor fans are aware that this is Melanie's fourth time to enter the show.
She's got as far as bootcamp in last year's series, and made it to the judges' homes twice.
Melanie is staying quiet as to what viewers can expect tonight, but it has been reported that her time on the hit TV3 talent series is no more.
Melanie put in a good performance and her advisor, Mary J Blige, but it is understood that Nicole will tell her she failed to make the final cut.
Melanie's mother Claire was staying tight-lipped on what lies in store for her daughter tonight.
The Dublin woman faced stiff competition in the girls' category - which is believed by many to be the strongest category in this year's show.
Last night saw Ulster woman Andrea Magee fail to make it to the live rounds after Sharon Osborne opted to let her go.
There was joy for 35-year-old prison officer and mother of two Sam Bailey last night.
Sharon warned her she would "kick your arse" if she did not win and a tearful Sam said: "Oh my God, I need a cup of tea, I can't believe it, I just feel sorry for the rest of them."
She said: "This competition is tougher than working in the prison. When I was at judges' houses I was completely stripped back with no amplification of my voice or anything; the heat was just bearing down on me.
"Having Sharon as my mentor is amazing; she gave me a massive hug and even made me a cup of tea at her house. The whole thing still doesn't feel real to me."
Viewers saw Sam joined in the final by Sharon's "Devon diva" Shelley Smith and Lorna Simpson and three boys - Luke Friend, Nicholas McDonald and Sam Callahan.
Luke, a 17-year-old student from Devon, said his choice of songs for the judges had an "emotional" connection for him, saying: "Two years ago my grandpa died of cancer; when I went in to see him I didn't even talk to him, I just sang that song. We were really close; I would always go round his house and perform songs to him, as he was the only person who would always give me an honest opinion."