Grace Vanderwaal is in love with her adorable pug puppy, Frankie.

On her Instagram account, the 12-year-old revealed that she created an account for her new pet. She also encouraged her 1.3 million followers to follow Frankie on his own social media account. However, Vanderwaal deleted her video less than a day after she posted it.

This is not the first time that the Suffern native has deleted her posts without any explanation. After her stint on “America’s Got Talent,” she deleted some of her old posts and uploaded new ones.

Vanderwaal’s Instagram account also had some issues after she received an email saying that an adult needs to supervise it until she turns 13. “I got an email from Instagram a few days later saying that since I wasn’t 13 yet they were going to delete my account and I could make a new one when I was old enough,” she wrote. The “I Don’t Know My Name” singer concluded her post by reassuring her fans that she doesn’t have any plans to delete her account.

Meanwhile, Vanderwaal is currently preparing for the release of her first album since winning “America’s Got Talent” Season 11. As of late, details about the album are still being kept under wraps, but there are rumors that it will feature only original songs from the singer/composer. While she was still on the hit NBC reality TV competition, Vanderwaal left a good impression on the viewers for always singing tracks she composed herself.

During her audition, she performed the song “I Don’t Know My Name.” An official lyric video for the song is currently in the works. When she moved on to the quarterfinals, she sang a song which she wrote for her older sister, and it was titled “Beautiful Thing.” In the semifinals, Vanderwaal sang “Light the Sky,” and in the finals, she performed “Clay.”

“America’s Got Talent” Season 11 aired its final episode in August.

Grace Vanderwaal Grace Vanderwaal will sing "I Don't Know My Name" on "Live With Kelly" on Monday, Jan. 16. Pictured: Grace Vanderwaal attends the "America's Got Talent" Season 11 Live Show at The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Aug. 30, 2016. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images