Girl Who Says She “Can’t Sing” Puts On Jaw-Dropping Performance For Her Classmates.

Speaking — or performing — in public is the scariest thing imaginable for many people. It doesn’t matter how talented you are at your craft, it takes a lot of guts to put yourself on stage for the first time.

No one knows that better than the past runner-up for America’s Got Talent. Millions of people witnessed adorable Angelica Hale steal the show several years ago after performing an unreal rendition of “Rise Up.” Not long after, another girl decided to “rise up,” and she’s made jaws drop in the process.


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According to the person who posted the video, their school had an open mic performance, allowing anyone to display their talents. A girl in their class decided to play the piano, claiming she “couldn’t sing well.”

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Not only because the girl can sing, but she can sing extremely well. Seconds after the first note, every eyebrow in the room is raised. Her performance is so good it will give you goosebumps.


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After the video was posted, casting agents were desperately trying to find out who this girl was. One agent begged in the comments, “What’s her name? I would love to speak with her and her parents about the tv show I’m casting.”

See her incredible talent below.

Just be sure to share this incredibly talented young lady’s performance. Maybe we can eventually find out who this girl is and give her the credit she deserves.

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