Ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer Drops Jaws Singing ‘Blue Moon Of Kentucky’
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From the moment Darci Lynne Farmer stepped foot on the stage of America’s Got Talent, it became vividly clear she was special. From her charming spirit to her unbelievable talent, it really is no wonder why the singing ventriloquist earned Mel B’s coveted “Golden Buzzer.”
While the young teenager’s voice is stunning when she sings with her mouth closed, voicing her puppet friends, Darci Lynne’s actual voice is even more incredible. Prior to stealing the hearts of the nation on Season 12 of the talent competition show, the singing ventriloquist left her puppets at home to debut her impressive pipes performing the song “Blue Moon of Kentucky.”
Pouring her signature charm into her performance, the Oklahoma-native perfectly executed her delivery of the country tune. Beginning her performance a cappella, Darci Lynne showed off her insane vocals before picking up the pace for a lively rendition of the ’40s mega-hit.
From learning the art of ventriloquism when she was only ten years old to winning AGT just two years later, is there anything this talented teen can’t do?
“Blue Moon of Kentucky” was originally recorded by Bill Monroe in 1946, later covered by Elvis Presley nearly a decade later in 1954.
You can watch Darci Lynne sing “Blue Moon of Kentucky” below.