6-Year-Old Sings “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” And Impresses Judges With Her Powerful Singing

6-Year-Old Sings “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” And Impresses Judges With Her Powerful Singing

I believe that everyone is talented. People are born with something that is unique about them, and they carry this element of individuality with them every day of their lives  this statement applies to babies and children. You may think that babies don’t get a chance to showcase any “talent” because they’re still developing. But, really, who has the power to make a room full of people laugh hysterically loud with a single motion, gesture, or cutesy sound? That’s gotta be a baby. If you ask me, that’s quite the talent!

On a more serious note, the video below showcases, six-year-old Connie Talbot who has an impeccable voice and innocent stage presence. She confidently goes on stage and stands in front of the three infamous judges of “Britain’s Got Talent.” She even holds her ground when Simon Cowell chimes in and says he’s going to speak to her like an adult.

To begin with, the judges had no faith in Connie and her talent. She’s a singer who has had no professional training, and they figured that this was just another one of those auditions that would walk away disappointed. It’s not until the girl opens her mouth and belts out the first note that they’re left floored.

Connie takes the stage and starts to sing everyone’s favorite, “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.” As soon as the cameras turn to capture the judges’ reactions, one of them is seen sitting there teary-eyed, with her hands clasped tightly over her mouth. It’s clear that she has no words to describe what she’s watching on stage.

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Connie went on to be a significant part of “Britain’s Got Talent” that year. Although she didn’t win the final round, she made room in the hearts of many people all around the world.

Click on the link below to watch her excellent rendition of this classic.