Meet Annie Jones: The 12-Year-Old Aussie Powerhouse On ‘America’s Got Talent’
Get ready to add Annie Jones to the list of amazing young singers on America’s Got Talent this season. The 12-year-old from Australia has a powerhouse voice that will blow you away.
Annie is a singer and actor who’s performed some incredible covers and has appeared on television in the past. Read on to learn more about her, and be sure to watch her on AGT this season.
5 Facts On ‘AGT’ Singer Annie Jones
1. Annie appeared on ‘Australia’s Got Talent.’
This isn’t Annie’s first time on a Got Talent show. In 2019, Annie auditioned for the show in her home country of Australia. She was voted through to the next round by the judges following a standing ovation, but unfortunately Annie was eliminated during the Judge Cuts. Here’s hoping she’ll have better luck on America’s Got Talent this year.
2. She was in the ‘School of Rock’ musical.
Annie isn’t just an amazing singer — she also has experience as an actor. In 2018, Annie was cast in the Australian production of stage musical School of Rock, based on the Jack Black movie of the same name. Prior to this role, Annie played Gretl Von Trapp in a production of The Sound of Music.
3. Annie has performed some amazing covers.
Annie has a YouTube channel where she posts her covers of popular songs. Check out her powerhouse performance of Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain” in the video above. Other notable covers she’s posted include “Dance Monkey” by Tones and I, and “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown.
4. She was on a TV show called ‘The InBESTigators.’
Annie has also broken into television. Last year, she made a guest appearance on an Australian children’s show called The InBESTigators, about a group of kids who start their own detective agency. Annie appeared in an episode titled “The Case of the Disoriented Drone.” She said on Instagram that she “loved every second on set filming.”
5. She held a note for 15 seconds on television.
Earlier this year, Annie appeared on the Australian show The Project, and was challenged to impress host Tommy Little with a 15-second trick. Annie’s trick was holding a musical note for that amount of time. Tommy was impressed, but Annie unfortunately didn’t win the $500 prize. However, that musical talent will certainly come in handy on AGT this season.