SHE may well be little but a nine-year-old's big voice wowed at a talent competition.

Lizzie-Beth Woodland made it through to the final of a Barnsley talent competition and was the youngest person performing at the Lamproom.

She was picked as a wildcard for the Lamproom's Got Talent show and wowed the audience singing Paramore's The Only Exception.

The youngster said she was excited about her performance and is used to performing in front of people.

She goes for singing lessons and her singing teacher puts on shows at Goldthorpe Working Men's Club for singers to perform.

Lizzie-Beth, a pupil at Royston St John's, also performs songs by Ellie Goulding, Ed Sheeran and Adele.

"People come up to me and say you've got a fantastic voice for your age," she said.

But Lizzie-Beth's musical talents do not stop there as she is also learning to play the bass guitar. Her older sister Katie, 16, plays the drums, although she says there are no plans on starting a band.