Singing
9-year-old girl makes AGT history by singing with a voice that’s well beyond her years
Her voice sounds like it belongs to someone who's been training for decades.
Ma Fatima Garcia
04.26.22

Every child has a dream.

As parents, seeing our child’s eyes twinkle as they do what they love is one of the most beautiful sights to see.

Unfortunately, not all kids would get the support of their parents. For some, their dreams would only become a distant memory to relive.

A 9-year-old little girl auditioned for America’s Got Talent.

Meet Victory Brinker, a ray of sunshine who wants to make her dreams come true. She’s lucky to have a mother who supports her dream of becoming a successful singer.

Victory is no stranger to hard work.

According to her mother, little Victory would sing morning, noon, and night. She would do this in front of her big and beautiful family.

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This girl wanted to audition for AGT, and her mom wanted to support her.

“There’s nothing more touching, as a parent, than to see your child do what they love to do,” Christine said to AGT.

As Victory presented herself on stage, she gave everyone her warm smile.

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Simon asked her what she would do with a million dollars; in case she won the contest. The little girl said she would buy Simon a rainbow shirt with glitters on it.

According to Victory, Simon needs color.

Everyone was excited to hear Victory sing, but no one expected what happened next.

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The little girl started singing “Juliet’s Waltz,” a famous piece from the opera “Roméo et Juliette.”

A voice beyond her years

Victory is only nine years old, but her vocal prowess stunned everyone.

You would even get goosebumps as you hear her sing. The judges gasped as Victory started singing the complicated notes of the song.

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Here’s a little fun fact about opera singers.

Did you know they can project their voices in a full orchestra because of their singing capabilities?

Opera singers can sing at different sound frequencies. Victory can already do this at such a young age.

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That’s why everyone was so emotional during her performance.

She hit every note of the song.

If you close your eyes as you listen to her, you would imagine a little princess dancing in the meadows, playing with birds, and singing.

Speaking of birds, there was a bird, who flew on stage as Victory finished her song. Everyone agreed it was a sign, as Victory would get all the judges’ approval.

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Even Terry was jumping in excitement!

“It was incredible, you are incredible!” Klum exclaimed!

“You are a star! I think you have a powerful voice,” Judge Vergara added.

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As usual, our favorite judge, Simon, didn’t show excitement at all. He was so serious as he talked about turning up.

“Turning up in terms of your career is really important,” Simon told Victory. “However, we’re not going to give you a yes today.”

Of course, everyone was shocked.

Even Victory’s smile disappeared.

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Then, Simon called Terry Crews

He whispered something.

After the mysterious conversation, they faced the little girl and said:

“We’re going to do something else we’ve never, ever, ever done on the show before. We are all going to give you something special.”

Then, we see all of them pressing the golden buzzer!

For the first time in AGT history, all four judges, and host Terry, pressed the prized Golden Buzzer.

Victory’s mother ran to her and hugged her tight.

All four judges rushed to the stage and hugged the little girl and congratulated her.

Watch Victory’s powerful performance below!

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By Ma Fatima Garcia
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Ma Fatima Garcia is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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