Just hours after X Factor star Misha B was eliminated from the latest series of X Factor the singer has reportedly already got her first record deal offer.
The 19-year-old Manchurian songstress, who was given the boot in last night's semi-final, is currently in talks with record labels eager to sign her.
According to reports, Misha has been approached by Universal Records, but she has to wait before she can officially sign as she is still tied into her restrictive SYCO contract.
Appearing on ITV's This Morning Misha remained coy about the potential record deals that have being lined up for her.
Talking to host Phillip Schofield she said: "I can't confirm if I have signed anything yet." She later added: "I've not signed anything yet, but some great things have come my way."
Meanwhile, the young singer used the interview as an opportunity to also reiterate that she was thankful and felt 'blessed' to have reached the semi-finals and that she had also forgiven judges Tulisa Contostavlos and Louis Walsh for the bullying row that ultimately caused her demise on the talent show.
She said: "I'm really happy that I had the opportunity to make my dreams reality. The show has been the greatest experience of my life."
Misha B lost support from the public after she found herself at the centre of bullying accusations in October when Tulisa Contostavlos and Louis Walsh branded her 'intimidating' on a live show.
On Saturday's show, Judge Gary Barlow was brutally honest with the talented star and told Misha that the bullying claims would never allow her to win the show.
Touching on the topic today she admitted that the row could have impacted the way viewers perceived her but also said refused dwell over it
The upbeat songstress said: "Sometimes in life you need experiences like that to learn and grow. I believe in turning negatives into positives."