Fil-Am among ‘AGT’s’ little superstars
“America’s Got Talent,” now on its 12th season, has a number of exciting young contestants:
Angelica Hale. At the age of 4, singer Angelica Hale contracted a strep infection that affected multiple organs, requiring her to undergo several surgeries, as well as a kidney transplant.
Now 10, the Filipino-American from Atlanta, Georgia, spreads cheerfulness and pursues her singing career.
Merrick Hanna. Hailing from Encinitas, California, 12-year-old Merrick Hanna picked up his passion for dancing from his grandmother, and loves dancing to hip-hop.
Darci Lynne. The 13-year-old girl from Oklahoma City discovered her passion for ventriloquism when she saw a performance at a church event.
Artyon & Paige. Ten-year-old Artyon Celestine and 9-year-old Paige Glenn first became a pair at a dance class in Murrieta, California. The dance partners perform to country’s most popular tunes.
Evie Clair. When her father was diagnosed with stage-four colon cancer, 14-year-old Evie Clair Abplanalp of Arizona would visit his room and sing, so he can find comfort and strength from his daughter.
“America’s Got Talent” airs every Sunday, 9 p.m. on Blue Ant Entertainment.
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