Bury St Edmunds girl wows judges on Britain's Got Talent
A 10-year-old girl from Bury St Edmunds has wowed judges on a TV talent show.
Singer Souparnika Nair appeared on tonight's Britain's Got Talent and wowed the audience with her rendition of Never Enough from film The Greatest Showman.
She began her audition with The Trolley Song by Judy Garland but was stopped by Simon Cowell.
He said: "I love you but I didn't love the song."
He asked for The Greatest Showman song which amazed the judges and the audience.
David Walliams said: "That is a mountain of a song and you conquered it."
Alesha Dixon said: "I cannot get my head around the fact that you're 10-years-old standing up there like a little professional."
Amanda Holden said: "It's quite an old fashioned voice that you've got which I love and you hit every single note - well done."
Simon said: "I've got to be honest with you - you absolutely nailed it. You're a gutsy little thing - you really really are."
She was sent through to the next stage of the ITV competition.
The Sebert Wood Primary School pupil has previously appeared on Michael McIntyre's Big Show.