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America's Got Talent Stuns With 10-Year-Old Singing Sensation; Welcomes Mel B & Heidi Klum!

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Now that American Idol is over, viewers are ready to sink their eyeballs into the next talent competition show, America’s Got Talent.

Kicking off with its premiere episode yesterday, the show had quite a few surprises in store. Mainly in the size of ten-year-old singer Anna Christine. The youngin’ took to the daunting stage, in front of judges Howard Stern, Mel. B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel, and sang The House of the Rising Sun. What’s more, she accompanied herself on the piano!! Suffice it to say, the judges were shocked and so were we!

Ch-ch-check out her incredible performance (above)!! We CAN’T believe she’s only ten years old! What a voice?!

The show’s eighth season premiere also marked a first for judges, Mel and Heidi. Following the announcement of Sharon Osbourne’s departure, the show snagged these two seriously talented ladies, and we couldn’t have been more thrilled!

We love what they bring to the panel: tons and tons of girl power, minus all the feuding. Ahem, Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey!

Can’t wait to see what other surprises this season holds! Stay tuned!!

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7 comments to “America's Got Talent Stuns With 10-Year-Old Singing Sensation; Welcomes Mel B & Heidi Klum!”

  1. 1

    Simply amazing!!! What a beautiful, well behaved, talented, classy young lady. Her parents should be proud.

  2. 2

    She has talent. But I really wish they had an age limit on these shows of at least 16. I can't imagine why a parent would subject such a young child to the brutal pressure of an elimination show! Not only is it potentially harmful to the child's mental development, but over singing can also be harmful to young vocal cords. This child should be in school, singing for fun, and protected from public scrutiny - not exploited for a chance at fame and money.

  3. lalalamb says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – I'm not sure, she seems like she has a pretty stable support system. As a singer myself, I did hear her push a bit in parts. But her voice is definitely extremely developed for her age. If she still sounded like a child, I would be against her on the show. Her next vocal change will probably come between age 18-20 as long as she's practicing good vocal health techniques. Plus the 10 year old aspect definitely gives her an edge on the show.

  4. Barbara Marron says – reply to this


    BORN TO SING …she brought tears to my eyes

  5. Bren says – reply to this


    I never expected that voice to come out of that young girl, amazing. Also what a welcomed change to have Mel and Heidi, they were very enjoyable, couldn't handle that screeching voice coming out of Sharon. I think they finally got it right.

  6. Gregg Teslovich says – reply to this


    The Howard/Howie dual of sexual innuendo fame showcases how bizarreness can get you a load of money and media patronage. Take Howard - please - as an example. Last year I was auditorily flooded with his self-aggrandizement so I thought why not count how many times he refers to himself during this new season's first show as "I" or "me" and other self-referential acknowledgements. Are you ready? Ninety seven (97) which is more than the other three judges combined. Admittedly there were a couple of "we" in there and a few of the "I" are unavoidable, but please. If you take out the commercials and contestant time then that averages to several "I" per minute. Additionally, there was this quote from the Howard master, "I'm a liar. I'm a compulsive liar!" Well, so much for judges with character as role models. What does the Howard resume for hard earned talent look like? Sources say he highlighted his skill of looking in the mirror and saying how much he's in love with that reflection.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


    Great job. I got the acoustic shivers, and that's rare listening to anybody these days.
    She's got the gift.