Darci Lynne Farmer became the third youngest contestant to ever win the championship on the popular talent competition show, America’s Got Talent. Her ventriloquial routine earned her the coveted Golden Buzzer from judge Mel B, making it clear that Darci was destined to become a star.
During the Season 12 finale, Darci’s final performance included a duet between two of her puppets to the tune of the Beatles’ hit song “With a Little Help From My Friends,” which ultimately led to her being named the winner over her fellow contestants.
But before appearing on America’s Got Talent, Darci made a stunning debut on Little Big Shots UK, performing the classic country song “I Wanna Be A Cowboy’s Sweetheart” with her puppet sidekick Katie. The duo, dressed in matching cowgirl outfits, delighted the audience with their hilarious banter and incredible ventriloquism skills.
Darci’s passion for ventriloquism started at the young age of 10 when she learned the art from yodeling ventriloquist Miss Louisiana, Laryssa Bonacquisti. Miss Louisiana herself went on to compete in the 2018 Miss America Pageant, where she placed 7th following a series of impressive performances, including her very own rendition of “Cowboy’s Sweetheart.”
Overall, Darci Lynne’s journey from her early days on Little Big Shots UK to becoming a champion on America’s Got Talent is a testament to her undeniable talent and dedication to her craft.