5-Year-Old Sings Out Forty-Year-Old Classic And Simon Becomes Lost For Comments

Feb 11, 2020 by apost team

The remarkable Sophie Fatu, now seven years old, already has her own album out entitled 'Love Is...'  But two years ago, then five, the little performer stepped out on the "America's Got Talent" stage in front of the likes of Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandell and all four said "yes!". 

Sophie Fatu is a young veteran of the spotlight. Self-described as a "jazz singer, model, and actress" on her Facebook page, Sophie has appeared on NBC's "Little Big Shots," YouTube, and the "Ellen Degeneres Show" where she performed a rendition of "Fly Me To The Moon" by Frank Sinatra. Naturally, "America's Got Talent" was next in her sights.


The moment Sophie waddled onto the stage in her pink outfit and greeted the judges and audience, everyone melted at her adorable speaking voice. Not one person there was prepared for how cute Sophie was--not even Simon Cowell, a notoriously hard judge, who broke out in laughter at her entrance.

When Sophie Fatu began to sing, though, those expectations changed.

In the end, Sophie got the approval from all four judges to move on to round two. Her mother, Victoria Fatu--an award-winning musician with her own popular YouTube channel and following--looked as proud as any parent could be when they both walked to the backstage.

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