She's one of Australia's best exports, an LGBT icon and now our very own Betty Who has made her debut on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden'.
It's been a huge 12 months for Betty, branching out on her own as an independent artist, the singer has carved out her own path in the crowded music scene, surfacing as a favourite for US audiences.
That is clearly evident as the crowd cheered and clapped as Betty gave them the show they'd been waiting for, performing her latest single 'I Remember'.
Things are not about to slow down for the singer either, today she drops her long-awaited album 'Betty' full of the synth sounds and iconic vocals we've come to know from the blonde beauty.
Speaking to Betty before she ALSO heads off on a spectacular cruise supporting the one and only Kesha AND appearing alongside the likes of Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness, it's hard for the singer to hold back the tears.
She admits it's been hard work but she's surrounded herself with the right people who have her best interests at heart.
'I truly have moments where I cannot believe this is my life... I look at everything we've done and I say WE did this. No one else can take credit for this, this was OUR vision. I'm so proud and honestly so grateful for the opportunities I've been given.'
Our next goal is to persuade Betty to come back to Australia, after her friend and Mean Girls star Jonathan Bennett revealed he wanted to be on a float with her for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras when appearing on 'FaceTime with Justin Hill'.
Grab your copy of 'Betty' here.