“The next Whitney Houston” amazes Steve Harvey
Angelica Hale, who became the runner up at America's Got Talent 2017, has just become a guest on the season 3 premiere of NBC’s hit television show Little Big Shots.
Featured in the America's genius children show, the 10-year-old voice once again surprised the audience with the performance of the Jackson 5 classic I'll Be There. The performance has gone viral even catching the attention of Ellen Degeneres who tweeted her reaction “Angelica Hale is absolutely, unquestionably incredible.”
Angelica performed song Girl On Fire in the audition hall of America's Got Talent 2017.
She has been performing regularly since the show ended last summer, going to Taiwan for the first time to sing before bank executives and going to Vancouver to sing as well. She recently helped out for a Muhammad Ali charity fight night event and got to meet Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, country legendReba McEntire and famous songwriter and producer David Foster. To her, celebrities “are just like regular people. They’re so cool!”
Angelica has been working on new music, even writing her own songs. She has no dates to perform in the new future in Atlanta but is hoping to nab something soon.
It is I’ll be there that made the career of diva Mariah Carey. Previously, it was a hit on the charts when performed by Jackson 5 and Michael Jackson and Westlife later replayed this song very successfully.
During the performance, Angelica Hale's voice made famous MC Steve Harvey really amazed. Later, Steve expressed his admire when calling her "a lovely young lady".
Steve expressed his admire to Angelica when calling her "a lovely young lady".
Angelica Hale was born on 31 July 2007 in Atlanta, Georgia. After performing the song "Girl On Fire" in the audition hall of America's Got Talent 2017, the judges all said that Hale could become the next Whitney Houston. The strong and emotional voice of the 10-year-old girl captured the heart of most judges and audiences through each round.
Angelica Hale is one of the most beloved kid singers in America. Before joining America's Got Talent 2017, Angelica was known as a little singer. She had the opportunity to sing the national anthem at the Sun Trust Park Stadium and perform in the Wonderama show.
Hale also impressed audience with the song "Let It Go," the soundtrack of Frozen in The Broadway Dreams Foundation 2014, and she was highly regarded when singing with 45 other artists in the cover of Heal The World in memory of the Legendary Pop King Michael Jackson on his 58th birthday.
By: Christina Baker