Countless aspiring singer songwriters across the world have uploaded their music to YouTube in the hope of becoming famous.
But when 14-year-old Perth schoolgirl Lucinda Nicholls recorded herself singing on her laptop she was simply thinking to share a song she wrote with friends.
But her song attracted much wider attention, and now the song has been recorded in London's Abbey Road studios and will feature in a kitchen commercial.
"I just filmed it off my laptop and put it onto YouTube for my friend," Lucinda told radio station 3AW.
"Next thing we know my Mum got a call from a 40-something year old man in Manchester who wanted to use my song in a kitchen ad. I couldn't believe that (a) This was happening (b) It was in England and (c) It was for a kitchen," she said.
Magnet Kitchens flew Lucinda and her parents out to London where the song was recorded and released on iTunes last week.
"It's going pretty well on the charts. I was behind Rolf Harris at one point and then I jumped ahead of Shakira," Lucinda said.
Lucinda said she wrote the song while on a school camp about her friend, "who had really low self esteem and didn't realise how beautiful she was".
Author: Emily O'Keefe, Approving editor: Nick Pearson.