Ella Eyre dedicated a song to her mum at her concert in London on Tuesday (10.11.15).
The 21-year-old star brought her 'Feline Tour' to Brixton's O2 Academy for a sold out show and paid tribute to her mother because she joked she would "kill" her if she didn't give her a shout out.
Before launching into a rendition of 'Home', she announced: "I'm dedicating this song to London town and my mum. Otherwise she'll kill me".
Ella - who was brought up in west London - was especially pleased to be performing in her hometown because she had sold out the venue, following the release of her debut album 'Feline' earlier in the year.
She told the crowd: "Brixton you are blowing my mind today. This has to be one of the most incredible sights I've ever seen.
"Honestly this is what dreams are made of. It sounds cliché but it is."
The 'Gravity' hitmaker was dressed in a figure hugging silver and black catsuit while her band wore white which made the singer - who shot to fame after collaborations with Rudimental - stand out on stage.
Although the majority of her set was packed with up tempo hits, she slowed things down to reveal a more emotional side with 'Fall Down'.
The curly-haired pop star - who is currently dating Rixton's Lewi Morgan, 27 - said of the song: "This is about not giving up on the person you love the most."
Other tracks during her set included covers of 'We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off', 'Feeling Good' and 'Best of My Love', before she ended on 'Together'.
Ella Eyre's set list at Brixton O2 Academy:
'All About You'
'Worry About Me'
'Waiting All Night'
'We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off'
'Don't Follow Me'
'If I Go'
'Best of My Love'