Grace Vanderwaal
Grace Vanderwaal was in London the day of the attacks. Pictured: Grace Vanderwaal at the “America’s Got Talent" Live Show in Hollywood, California on Aug. 30, 2016. Getty Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez

Grace Vanderwaal recently shared an adorable fan drawing of herself, Millie Bobby Brown and Maddie Ziegler.

The artwork showed some of the three young celebrities’ iconic looks. For instance, Vanderwaal wore yellow leggings during her audition on “America’s Got Talent” Season 11, and the drawing of herself was based on this. The drawing also showed Brown as Eleven, who has a shaved head. Ziegler, who is currently on tour with Sia, was drawn with her black and white wig.

However, Vanderwaal wasn’t the one who made the drawing, but a fan named Claudia Casadei. The young artist from Italy has been urging Vanderwaal’s supporters to tag her in the comments so that the singer would know that she was the one who created it. “Guys!! Go comment on Grace’s post with ‘It’s a drawing by @pencilclaudia please!!! I want my tag!!!” she wrote.

Meanwhile, Vanderwaal will be releasing her first album in the next couple of months, according to Hollywire TV. Last month, the “Beautiful Thing” singer announced that she’s been busy at the studio working on her album under Simon Cowell’s record label, Syco Records.

Helping her with her album is “America’s Got Talent” vocal coach Autumn Rowe. The latter even shared a photo of Vanderwaal during one of their rehearsals via Twitter. “So excited to be a part of your first studio sessions,” she wrote.

Vanderwaal instantly rose to fame after her audition, in which she sang her original song, “I Don’t Know My Name.” After receiving the golden buzzer from Howie Mandel, she went straight to the quarterfinals. At the time, Vanderwaal sang another original song, entitled “Beautiful Thing.” She advanced to the semifinals, where she performed “Light the Sky,” then the finals, where she sang “Clay.”