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September 18, 2018

Young girl wows judges with her rendition of one of the hardest songs in the world

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Serena Rigacci performed one of the most beautiful renditions of Whitney Houston’s most popular number, I Will Always Love You.

A video uploaded to YouTube by the singing talent show Next Star shows the talented young singer using her mesmerizing vocals to captivate the audience as well as the judges alike.

Standing in the middle of the stage and taking her big opportunity, Rigacci did not look even a little bit nervous.

When she began belting out the lyrics to the famous song, it was obvious why there wasn’t a slightest of doubts on her face. She knew her singing talent and vocal abilities were simply priceless.

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She has hardly song a single line of the song when two of the judges turn to one another and simply say, “Wow.” They are completely blown away by the start of the song and a remarkable show of skill that she did within seconds on the stage.

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Regarding audience, they seemed to be agreeing with the judges as they cheered and encouraged the young singer while she continued hitting out one impossible note after the other.

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Halfway through the song and the young girl had already got the entire audience up on their feet. This it was the judges who agreed to the verdict of the audience and got up on their feet as well.

When she finally concluded her song, everyone was up on their feet shouting words of praises and encouragement.

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The video has been warmly received by the people on the internet. It has gone viral by gathering over 7 million views so far. It has also received more than 9,000 likes.

With more than 200 people praising the girl’s talent with their wonderful comments, this has truly become one of the most beloved videos on YouTube.

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