The Clean Cut: You have to hear the voice of this 12-year-old from 'Little Big Shots'
Posted March 14
Last week Elha Nympha, a 12-year-old from the Philippines, shocked the world with her incredible performance of Sia’s “Chandelier” on the NBC show “Little Big Shots.”
Nympha was previously recognized for her incredible voice when she won the second season of “The Voice Kids” last year. This year, however, you should see Steve Harvey’s face as she crushes those high notes.
Elha Nympha isn’t the first preteen to go from talent show fame to “Little Big Shots,” Norway’s Got Talent winner Angelina Jordan did the same last year. Jordan sang a velvety rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” for her performance.
Thirteen-year-old Mia from Croatia also surprised the “Little Big Shots” audience when she managed to convey the soul of Beyoncè’s “Listen” last year.