Sophie Fatu, who just turned seven years old, already has her first album, titled “Love Is…,” available for purchase.
Two years ago, when the little performer was just five years old, she appeared on the stage of “America’s Got Talent” in front of Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandell, and they all said “yes!”
Sophie Fatu is a relatively fresh face in the public eye. Sophie, who calls herself a “jazz singer, model, and actress” on her Facebook page, has been on NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” YouTube, and the “Ellen Degeneres Show,” the latter of which is where she sang a cover of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon.”
Sophie also has a YouTube channel. Naturally, she had “America’s Got Talent” in mind as a potential destination for her career.
As soon as Sophie entered the stage in her beautiful pink outfit and addressed the audience and the judges, everyone’s hearts were immediately won over by her excellent speaking voice.
Nobody, not even Simon Cowell, who is known for being a harsh judge, was anticipating Sophie to be as kind as she was, and even burst out laughing when she was introduced.
However, as Sophie Fatu started singing, those expectations were no longer the same.
The decision to advance Sophie to the next round was approved by all four judges with a unanimous vote.
As the two of them made their way to the backstage area, her mother, Victoria Fatu, who is also an artist and has won several awards and has a sizable following on YouTube, seemed to be as pleased as a mom could possibly be.