Dublin singer Janet Grogan has admitted that she wants to play sold out gigs at London’s Wembley stadium.
The Tallaght native received four yeses from the X Factor judges on Sunday evening’s show and now Janet is already dreaming of selling out gigs.
“The dream is to just continue play venues like Wembley,” she said.
“I know that might be a little way off but the whole buzz of playing in front of five thousand people was amazing and I’d just love to do that all the time.”
Impressed: Janet impressed all four judges at her arena audition
The 26-year-old told Ray D’arcy on Today FM that there is still a lot of drama to come on next weekend’ show.
The six chair challenge is back next week which caused a lot of controversy when it was introduced on last years show.
“The six-chair challenge is basically there are six chairs on the stage and you perform for the judges.
“And at that stage you know who your mentor is so it’s actually your mentors decision and if your mentor likes you you get a chair,” she said
“If someone comes along and they like them better they can switch you out of that chair so it’s all very dramatic.”
Meanwhile Janet also revealed that her aim for her arena audition was to impress new judge Mel B.
“My aim for the arena audition was to win over Mel and i did that because i didn’t think she was overly impressed with me in the room audition so I’ve done that now,” she said.
“I think to continue to impress Simon is the big goal.”