Six-Year-Old Girl Shocks 'America's Got Talent' Judges With a Metal Performance

artist: misc date: 06/27/2013 category: entertainment
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Six-Year-Old Girl Shocks 'America's Got Talent' Judges With a Metal Performance
Aaralyn O'Neil may look like an average cute six-year-old girl, but she has proved that there is more to her than meets the eye, as she blasted through her song "Zombie Skin" during a recent "America's Got Talent" performance. Backed up with her brother Isaiah bashing the drum skins, the duo was introduced by Howard Stern saying how he "can't wait to hear their sweet music." Sweet music was what he got as the pink socks, polka dot dress-wearing Aaralyn started screaming he guts out with the lyrics "Everybody! Listen to me! I am a zombie! I'm gonna eat you up right now!" Although the ladies of the judge panel were instantly shocked by the demonic sounds coming out of the little girl, the male part, consisting of Stern and comedian Howie Mandel, rose with the devil horns on their hands as they stood in awe. Mandel seemed to be the one who was impressed the most by the performance, saying, "I love this kind of music. You think it's crazy, but I do." Despite the fact that the duo was interrupted by the buzzer at first, O'Neil siblings ultimately reached the next stage with three of the judges giving them a "yes." As little Aaralyn said, they even have more songs ready to deliver, with some of the track titles including "Lullaby Crash" and "Brush My Hairs in Knots." The father of the two was also introduced to the audience, rightfully earning the coolest dad title. You can check out the entire performance video below.
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