Sporting pigtails and a pinafore she may look like a typical ten year-old school girl but when she opens her mouth she transforms into a soul diva.
Cute Natalie Okri's impressive performance on Britain’s Got Talent won over the judges and led to the audience giving her a standing ovation.
But the response from her classmates has been anything but complimentary.
It has emerged her talent has led to jealousy and the tiny singer has confessed she is being bullied at school for ability.
She has told how jealous classmates have attacked and taunted the youngster because of her talent.
Natalie, who lives with her mother and 20-year-old sister Michelle in a small flat in South London, said: ‘There is one girl in my class who makes fun of me because I wear ordinary clothes and she wears fashion stuff.
‘She is the gang leader and there is about six of them who make me cry. But I know I can win and show them all what I can do.’
The tiny singer impressed Simon Cowell and his fellow judges with her rendition of Alicia Keys' No One.
The 10-year-old from south London told the panel she has been singing since the age of four. Mail online reported.