Famous vocal coach Carrie Grant turned the tables and performed several of her own songs at a charity event.
The 48-year-old took to the stage at Girls' Night Out at St Bartholomew's Church in Penn, Wolverhampton.
Around 150 guests attended the event on Saturday night, held by the charity World Vision.
As well as singing on stage, Grant, who is well known for appearing on TV talent shows Fame Academy and Pop Idol, also spoke to the guests about her career in music.
Birmingham-born comedienne Jo Enright also made an appearance. She treated guests to some hilarious stand-up comedy. Enright has worked with comedy greats Peter Kay and Ricky Gervais during her career.
Event organiser Gareth Brocklebank hailed the fundraiser a massive success.
He said: "We've been running Girls' Night Out now for three years.
"The nights out take place in churches up and down the country and this is the 40th one we've done.
"Both Carrie and Jo are World Vision ambassadors. We've treated ladies to a really great evening of entertainment."
World Vision is the world's largest children's charity. It carries out its good work in almost 100 countries.