Natalie Okri, Britain’s Got Talent star isn’t recognisable from an audition 12 years back

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Now 22, the singer made her debut on the small screen with a cover version of No One by Alicia Keys, which she sang on ITV’s hit ITV program.

Natalie Okri, Britain’s Got Talent star, isn’t recognized 12 years after she auditioned for the show in 2009.

Natalie made her first appearance on television when she auditioned to be a singer for the show. She wowed viewers with her amazing voice.

The singer is all grown up now and hardly resembles the schoolgirl that first made her way into the spotlight.

Natalie, a Londoner, won the hearts of Simon Cowell, Kelly Brook and Amanda Holden, all just 10 years old.

Piers spoke highly of her audition “You are a very, very little girl with a very, very big voice. You really are and I loved it. I thought you were terrific.”

Amanda was also impressed, commenting: “Just knockout brilliant. 100 per cent yes from me”Simon gave her her fourth “yes” and noted: “I think you are totally and utterly adorable”

Natalie recently graduated with an impressive 2:1 from Northampton University.

She shared a photo of her and her family at graduation to express her joy at her success.

The star wrote: “I give thanks to God that I made it to the end of university with a 2:1 while juggling music.”

Natalie rose to stardom for the first and only time when she appeared in Britain’s Got Talent’s third season.

She was eliminated prior to the final in which Diversity beat Susan Boyle, the singer of Diversity.

Natalie has also had great success as an artist, with Roll With Me being released by Sneakbo and Ramz.

She will also be headliner at Upstairs At The Ritzy in Brixton (south London) on Monday.

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