Grammy Award-winning American rapper Missy Elliott tweeted her after Sunday's show and Misha hopes they can work together.
And she says she doesn't blame her exit on judge Tulisa Contostavlos, who accused her of bullying other contestants.
Misha ? voted off by the public in Sunday's semi-final ? said: "I think it did have an effect.
"But I'm not going to fully blame Tulisa because everything happens for a reason.
"That chapter of my life is closed now ? closed for good ? and I'm very grateful for the experience it gave me."
Now Misha's chances of breaking into the big time have been boosted after her idol, global superstar Missy Elliott, offered her support.
Misha plans to launch a recording career with the support of her mentor Kelly Rowland, pictured with her right. Her hopes are really high after Missy Elliott's tweet, which was unexpected.
The singer's fans had been sending her performances to the American star.
And after Misha was voted out Missy tweeted her to offer advice, saying: "Congratulations to all the SUCCESS that will be coming 2 u! U R talented:)."
Misha said: "A lot of my fans were tweeting her ? but I didn't know about it. She's been watching some of my performances on X Factor ? some of the links that my fans have posted to her ? and she's given me a lot of praise and support.
"So I just thought, right, OK, this is one of my heroes ? let me just tweet her. I totally didn't expect to get a reply but she replied and we got chatting ? and hopefully, you know, with music we can work together."
Tulisa accused Misha of picking on Little Mix at the start of the competition and before Saturday's show judge Gary Barlow told her he believed public opinion of her would stop her making it to the final.
Misha said: "I love Gary and I'm very, very grateful for all his support and everything that he has to say because it's coming from his heart.
"I don't have anything else to say other than that I understand and I'm very happy."
Misha, from Manchester, who was raised by her aunt after her mum abandoned her, described her joy at getting so far in the competition.
And she said: "Am I scared of the future? Are you crazy? My only fear is God."