Little girl nails every note of Whitney Houston’s song, paralyzing the audience with her voice
Dynamite comes in small packages as an 11-year-old owns the stage during her rendition of ‘I Have Nothing.’
During the semi-finals of ‘Britain’s Got Talent in May 2013, Arisxandra Libantino took to the stage to perform before the judges and audience. With a natural talent and voice control, she sang the Whitney Houston classic from the movie ‘Bodyguard’ captivating the audience from the first note with her powerful voice.
With a depth of voice unusual for her age, she finished the song leaving the judges speechless while the audience leaped to their feet and gave Arisxandra a standing ovation for her powerful performance.
The little Filipino-English singer wound up finishing in eighth place during the 2013 season of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ but was a step closer to her goal, as she auditioned in the hopes of helping her family get out of poverty.
Money was scarce and there was not enough to go around even though both her parents were working at the time.
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Whitney Houston songs have always been a favorite on talent shows, the songs well known and liked by millions and if you have a great voice like Arisxandra or Lyn, a 10-year-old contestant on ‘The Voice France Kids’ in 2017, it shows off vocal range and ability with impressive sound.
When French-Lebanese Lyn Khouri took to the stage for her blind audition on ‘The Voice France Kids’ she amazed the judges with her performance of the hit song ‘I Will Always Love You.’
When she started to sing she blew the audience away, and it didn’t take long for the judges to hit their buttons almost in unison as soon as she got to the chorus.
While listening to these children it is easy to forget that they are indeed just children, in spite of their beautiful voices. The audience and judges got a reminder of this when 9-year-old Malakai Paul from London took to the stage for his audition.
He was a bundle of nerves as he started to sing the Beyonce song ‘Listen,’ but not far into the song he started to cry. Mum rushed onstage to comfort him, having empathy with this little boy the judges granted him a restart.
The audience and judges supported and spurred him on and with renewed determination, he gave it another try making no mistake as he performed an inspiringly emotional rendition of the song earning him a standing ovation from the judges and audience.