One of the most famous winners of the popular reality talent show returned to the stage, where she had debuted as an artist.
Darci Lynne Farmer is one of the most famous winners of America's Got Talent reality show. But way before she earned her fame in the program, she made a successful debut in Steve Harvey's Little Big Shots.
According to Country Rebel, Lynne appeared on the show when she was only 11 years old and she impressed the audience by singing with her yodeling country girl puppet, Katie.
Besides performing for the U.S. version of the program, she also traveled to perform with her puppet for the U.K. version of the same show.
Following her big success in one of the biggest talent-hunt reality shows in America, Lynne is now a big celebrity in her own right.
After earning her rightful stardom, she made her sensational return on the show from where her journey on television actually started, Little Big Shots.
Appearing on an episode that aired on April 8, 2018, Lynn gave a spectacular performance by bringing her mouse puppet, Oscar, to sing the popular number, Shout.
The source informed that as soon as Lynne began performing, the crowd was up on its feet immediately as they sang and clapped along with the beats of the song.
Such was the energy in Lynne's performance that it even compelled the host of the show, Harvey, to come from behind the stage with his own puppet to join Lynn on the stage.
He did not actually perform a ventriloquist act with his puppet. But using his talents as a comedian, Harvey showed off some hilarious dance moves, along with his puppet, and made the audience laugh along.
Little Big Shots, hosted by Harvey, has been one of the popular programs on the television. It has been showcasing remarkably talented children and promoting their careers ever since it began airing.