'AGT' winner Darci Lynne belts out the National Anthem with her own powerful voice

Apr 21, 2018
09:29 P.M.
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The talented young singer who won America’s Got Talent showcased her real singing voice when she belted out the National Anthem in Oklahoma City.


Darci Lynne Farmer graced the crowd with her amazing voice as she sang Star Spangled Banner at the Taft Stadium in Oklahoma City.

Farmer gained her fame when she joined America’s Got Talent as a singing ventriloquist.

Up until the end of the show, the 13-year-old had been altering her voice to go well with the puppets she uses in her performances.

Many have wondered what her real voice sounded like at the time.


Previously, for the first time, Farmer did not bring her puppets with her, she came forward in the middle of the field and sang her heart out.

Thousands of people inside the stadium were witness to Farmer’s amazing voice. The young singer gave justice to the country’s National Anthem, as shown in the viral video on Twitter.

Farmer first learned the art of ventriloquism when she was only ten years old. She is, up to date, one of the youngest contestants to ever win the ABC hit competition series.

On her audition, the 13-year-old was immediately rocketed towards the finals after former Spice Girls member and judge, Mel B, hit the Golden Buzzer.


Everyone in the crowd, as well as the panel of judges, were astonished by Farmer’s ability to perform well as a ventriloquist.

All throughout the competition, Farmer earned over 52 million votes in total. It came as no surprise that she was chosen as the winner of America’s Got Talent Season 12.

Not a lot of young people can do what Farmer can do. People continue to be amazed at how she expertly sings with her mouth closed while simultaneously controlling a puppet.