WATCH: Voice Kids PH winner awes in US talent show with ‘Chandelier’

/ 01:39 PM March 04, 2017

“The Voice Kids” Season 2 winner Elha Nympha continues to make Steve Harvey awe-struck not only by our “Miss Universe” beauty but also our talents in the performing arts.


During an episode of the American children’s talent show “Little Big Shots,” Nympha gave justice to Sia’s groundbreaking single “Chandelier,” stunning the audience and Harvey, who hosts the program.

Harvey praised Nympha’s diva-like performance as one of the “greatest young voices in the world.”


WATCH: Voice Kids PH winner appears in Steve Harvey’s talent show

Nympha’s performance captioned with “OMG! This 12-year-old will give you chills,” was uploaded on the show’s Facebook page and made waves online with 2.9 million views and 58,000 shares as of Saturday.

The Filipina child wonder, 12, is currently a contestant on the show’s second season produced by TV mogul Ellen DeGeneres, due to air on American channel NBC on Monday (Sunday in the US).

In her interview with ABS-CBN daytime show “Magandang Buhay,” Nympha said the team behind “Little Big Shots” discovered her raw talent and invited her to join the show. She and her mother stayed in Los Angeles, California, for three weeks for the show’s taping schedules.

“Si Steve Harvey, humahanap ng batang may talent at dini-discover sa show na ‘yon (Steve Harvey searches for kids with talent and discovers them on the show),” Nympha then said.

Also, she is one of the contestants of the local “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” show, who impersonate both local and foreign singers.  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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