Watch 13-Year-Old AGT Contestant Daneliya Tuleshova Wow the Audience with Her Powerful Singing
There’s singing in the shower; and then there’s singing on “America’s Got Talent (AGT)!” A teenage contestant left the judges in awe on Tuesday’s episode with her powerful and mature voice.
Daneliya Tuleshova, 13, traveled all the way from Kazakhstan to show the AGT judges and audience what she’s capable of. One wouldn’t think this teenager has a powerhouse of a voice just by looking at her.
She took to the talent show’s stage to audition even though she was afraid of judge Simon Cowell. Tuleshova couldn’t help but honestly admit that she was nervous being on stage.
TEENAGER WOWS AGT JUDGES
However, she soldiered on by singing an amazing rendition of Moroccan-born Manitoba singer Faouzia’s “Tears of Gold.” The teenager had the crowd on its feet when she reached all sorts of highs in the song.
The judges, particularly Sofia Vergara, was clearly stunned by the little girl’s talent, who said she couldn’t imagine not being able to sing. Tuleshova has sights on becoming a musical sensation like none other than Beyoncé.
FAOUZIA IMPRESSED BY TEEN
"Her voice and stage presence were AMAZING.”
Faouzia added that she couldn’t wait to see where Tuleshova’s music journey takes her. The teenager isn’t a first-timer when it comes to competitions.
TEEN WINS UKRAINIAN CONTEST
In 2017, she won the Ukrainian version of “The Voice Kids.” The following year, she took part in the “Junior Eurovision Song Contest” and managed to get the sixth place.
TAKING PART IN THE WORLD’S BEST
Last year, the little girl also took part in “The World’s Best” where she made it to the top eight. A contestant that thrilled judge Heidi Klum on the same episode of AGT was Cristina Rae.
KLUM’S GOLDEN BUZZER WINNER
The young mother of one surprised everyone with her vocal range while singing The Rolling Stones’ "Gimme Shelter." Klum was so moved by Rae’s performance that she gave her a Golden Buzzer.
The contestant is going straight to the live shows where she will compete for the $1 million prize.