Talented Tallia Storm was spotted by Sir Elton John at the tender age of 13.
Having been in the media industry for some time, Tallia knows the pressures from social media and being in the limelight all too well.
Dropping a sassy new single today, World On A Slope, she opens about up her struggles with mental health as she rose to stardom.
Telling all about the meaning behind her latest track, she revealed: “World On A Slope is about the overwhelming sensation that everyone around you is doing better than you. That everyone around you is happier, prettier, thinner, more ambitious, more talented, luckier and more successful than you.”
Laying herself bare, she expressed: “I wrote this song during the summer and I must be honest, I wasn’t in a good place.”
Talking about the dangerous double-edged sword of social media, the blonde bombshell shared: “There is always a dark side and that is fuelled by social media and indeed my own insecurities and anxiety.”
Excited about her new release, she stepped out last night, leaving it all behind her for Portr8’s Three Mobiles VIP Gallery Launch.
Putting on another eye-popping display on the red carpet, she looked nothing short of sensational.
Showing off her wild side, she flaunted her figure in leopard print hot pants and a skintight, black roll-neck.
Ramping up the sex appeal, the soon to be 20-year-old posed up a storm for the photographers with one sassy hand on her hip.
Dropping jaws, she completed her outfit with thigh-high leather boots and a stylish Balenziaga handbag.
Keeping warm from the autumnal weather, the Scottish gal teamed her looked with a faux fur coat.
Looking like a showbiz diva, the R&B songstress went all-out with a bold make-up look.
Pulling her hair back into a tight bun, she added extra allure with bold pink eyeshadow and thick cat-flick eyeliner.
Sharing her picture on Instagram, it did not take long for fans to fill her with compliments.
One devotee gushed: “There’s those boots again. I’m weak.”
A second was taken back by her look: “Absolutely beautiful.”
Another simply wrote: “Slaying queen.”