AGT’s Most Talented Kid Acts of The Decade [VIDEO]
As the decade comes to a close, let’s take a look at some of the most talented kids to have graced the AGT stage over the past ten years. The show has proven time and again that talent has no age minimum.
Check out Talent Recap’s list of talented AGT kids below, featuring several singers, a contortionist, a ventriloquist, a violinist, and more.
‘AGT’s Most Talented Kids Of The Decade:
This classical singer blew the judges away in Season 5 with her stunning voice. It was hard to believe she was only 10 years old at the time. Jackie’s talent brought her to second place, and she returned earlier this year for AGT: The Champions.
Grace charmed America when she competed on Season 11 of AGT at just 12 years old. Her unique voice, ukulele skills, and original music were enough to earn her the million-dollar prize. She’s since released an album and will even star in an upcoming movie.
Darci Lynne Farmer
Darci Lynne, who was 12 when she auditioned for AGT, brought her amazing ventriloquism skills to the stage in Season 12. She spoke and sang for puppets like Petunia the bunny. Darci won the million-dollar prize and later returned for Champions, where she placed second.
Angelica was 9 years old when she auditioned for Season 12 of AGT. Her powerhouse voice earned her the Golden Buzzer in the Judge Cuts, and she went on to place second in the competition. She later returned for Champions and made it to the finals after receiving another Golden Buzzer.
Lori Mae Hernandez
This young comedian proved that telling jokes isn’t just for the grown-ups. She was 13 when she auditioned for AGT Season 11, with material covering everything from Donald Trump to babysitting. She made it all the way to the semifinals.
This 11-year-old violinist touched America’s hearts with his story of surviving cancer and being bullied at school. His violin performances of popular songs wowed the judges and audience alike, and carried him to the Top 10 of Season 14. He’ll return for the second season of Champions in 2020.
Detroit Youth Choir
This singing group from Season 14 earned the Golden Buzzer from an emotional Terry Crews. Their energetic performances of songs like “The Champion” and “High Hopes” carried them all the way to the finals, where they placed second in the competition.
Who could forget this talented, self-taught contortionist from Season 11? Sofie’s routines had the audience on the edge of their seats as she shot arrows with her feet. The 14-year-old made it to the Top 10, and returned for Champions earlier this year.
This 14-year-old singer impressed the judges with his cover of Brandi Carlile’s “The Joke,” and went on to perform original songs throughout Season 14. His talent for singing and songwriting took him all the way to the Top 10. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for him.
Season 13 wouldn’t have been the same without this memorable 13-year-old singer. She seemed shy at first, but no one expected her have those rock ‘n’ roll pipes. Courtney’s undeniably unique talent carried her to the Top 10. She returned for Champions earlier this year.