12-year old Beau Dermott blows Amanda away with her impressive cover of Defying Gravity from the musical Wicked with the Judge reaching for that all-important Golden Buzzer!
12-year-old Beau Dermott looks sweet and innocent, but the moment she began singing the audience was floored. Hidden inside this adorable young girl is a voice so powerful that the entire room hung on her every word throughout the whole song “Defying Gravity” from the popular musical Wicked. Throughout the audience, jaws dropped, eyes popped open as wide as humanly possible, and the judges were all just waiting for the opportunity to reward her with something huge.
Her talent at such a young age shocked everyone, but beyond that, her performance was itself flawless the way she added an extra special touch to the song. She lit up with animation and excitement, showing that singing is what she is most passionate about.
She received the golden buzzer, and just wait until you see the excitement that follows. AMAZIN!
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The human voice is a wonderful instrument, this young lady’s voice is exquisite, absolutely a m a zing. She should have won. Yep I agree next Disney Princess or Broadway beckons. I was so emotional, God has blessed her with wonderful talent, fantabulous performance.
I can't help but wonder, if suddenly there are SO many great young singers appearing, there must be many many more that can't, for one reason or another, get to the talent shows and will forever remain unknown. It takes a special set of circumstances to get these kids on these shows. Many must be getting left behind. I think of how someone in a small village in Sinkiang, China might have the most incredible voice in the world ... but we will never hear that person sing. Still, it is much better today than it was years ago when it was even more difficult to make yourself visible to the world. We have the media to thank for bringing these kids to our attention. The world is becoming smaller and smaller every day. We are slowly becoming more of a human family rather than nations fighting nations. Our consciousness is changing for the better. It is a slow process, but it is happening.
The internet is a sea of valuable information of all accumulated human knowledge where we can delve into any subject known to man and learn every single detail about it without leaving our bedrooms. If used properly, we can all become nuclear physicists and create a Utopia of quantum power where the monetary system becomes void because we do have all the knowledge and technology as humans to satisfy all our human needs while preserving the planet’s natural resources and without any wars. It’s all there at our fingertips. But you’re idiots. We are all idiots.
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