A young Irish girl has wowed the three judges on the talent show The Voice Kids UK.
A seven-year-old girl from Dublin found herself in demand from the judges on The Voice Kids UK after she delivered a stellar performance of “Don’t you Worry ‘Bout a Thing” by Stevie Wonder in the blind auditions. All three judges - Danny Jones, Pixie Lott, and Will.I.Am - spun their chairs around in an attempt to claim the talented Savannah for their own team as her ecstatic family looked on.
Before her performance aired, Savannah told the Independent.ie that her favorite singers were Adele and Beyoncé and that she hoped to “own the stage” as well as the Texan icon does.
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"Why I like Beyonce is because when she gets an opportunity to perform on a big stage she owns the stage. She makes sure she uses all of the stage," she said.
"It was a little bit nerve-wracking but at the same time it was an exciting experience being on stage in front of thousands of people."
In the end, Savannah went with Will.I.Am of Black Eyed Peas fame as her mentor as she moves onto the next stage of the competition.
We can’t wait to see her next performance. Best of luck, Savannah!
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