Though there are many bright adults in the world, there is something special about gifted youngsters.
It takes some work to figure out what we’re good at and devote ourselves to it, but there are typically a slew of additional roadblocks that keep us from being genuinely exceptional at what we love.
We can become professionals if we are diligent and have time to practice. Still, some youngsters discover their skills early on and focus on them—or they are preternaturally good at something.
That is why a show like The Voice Kids is constantly captivating.
For those who are unfamiliar, The Voice Kids is a spin-off of the hugely successful The Voice series.
Although the show began in Holland, it has subsequently become a worldwide phenomenon, with numerous versions of the same show accessible in a variety of nations.
Needless to say, there are many brilliant children all across the world—the performance we’re discussing today simply happened to take place in France.
This episode of The Voice, like all others, begins with a contestant taking the stage in front of a panel of judges.
Manon, who is only 15 years old, is the singer in this case.
The song she picked to perform was “Writing’s on the Wall” by Sam Smith, one of today’s most soulful and famous pop performers.
Needless to say, it was a daring musical selection. After all, it’s a difficult song to sing and a well-known ballad. Manon, on the other hand, was up to the task. She takes a breath and sings the first few notes as the background music begins to play.
Without even hearing anything more, two of the judges quickly slammed their buzzers!
Even though the music selection was a bit risky, it paid off immediately.
Her voice becomes smokier and more soulful as she continues. She quickly gets another judge to turn around, and she surreptitiously blocks one of the other judges.
Even if there is still a holdout, the performance continues to improve. Manon nails an extremely high note at the finish of the song, which makes the last judge buzz in as well!
Unfortunately, she turns around to find herself barred!