Judges' jaws dropped moments after this little girl started singing
The judges of "Holland's Got Talent" were stunned when Amira Willighagen began performing.
In 2013, Willighagen, 9, auditioned for the hit Dutch television program and moved the judges with her rendition of "O Mio Babbino Caro" from Puccini's opera Gianni Schicchi.
At first, the judges felt that the little girl, from Nijmegen in The Netherlands, would have been a typical child singing yet another cover of a pop melody.
They were expecting she would sound halfway decent. However, those expectations were dashed when Willighagen informed them that she had picked an opera.
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Though her choice surprised the judges, none of them were too hopeful that she could pull off such a feat.
One of the judges told Willighagen that he thought she would perform a kiddie song.
The young lady responded that she found opera to be flawlessly soothing.
The judges then urged Willighagen to get on with her performance. Soon enough, the introduction music to the well-known opera song began to play.
When she sang the opening lyrics to the song, it was evident that she was destined to sing that tune.
The judges appeared to be completely stunned and awed with her astonishing vocal capacities and range.
Their reactions rubbed off on the audience quite speedy as they erupted into loud cheers and applause. They eventually gave the girl a standing ovation.
Another talented young girl who wowed the judges with her powerful singing voice was Kadie Lynn Roberson.
In June 2016, Kadie Lynn, 12, performed the kids' most loved song, "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star," on "America's Got Talent."
Anyone who saw her ground-breaking performance would quickly agree that she has one of the best voices in the world.
The adopted girl had been singing since she was three years of age. Her parents, Deborah and Darrell Roberson - who she didn't consider as foster at all - gave her immense support.