Viral video of schoolgirl Kaylee Rodger's school recital performance caught the eye of producers on NBC's "Little Big Shots"! She's a major hit!

The 11-year-old singer, Kaylee Rodgers, moved audience members to tears as she performed Leonard Cohen's emotive hit Hallelujah on the NBC show, "Little Big Shots".

 The Donaghadee, County Down schoolgirl was joined by choral group Pentatonix for the incredible rendition that was broadcast to millions of viewers in the United States.

The subsequent video posted to the show's Facebook page has been watched by an incredible 11 million people.

Rodgers is autistic and has ADHD. When she was just ten-years-old, a video of the talented youngster singing at her school's Christmas recital went viral all over the world.

Her school principal Colin Millar told ITV at the time that discovering her singing voice had been instrumental for the youth to build her confidence.

Blake singing with his school choir. What an amazing lead singer 😍

Posted by Nichola Martin on Sunday, December 18, 2016

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“For a child who came in P4 and would really talk, wouldn’t really read out in class, to stand and perform in front of an audience is amazing,” he told the outlet.