Zoe Erianna kicked her singing career up a notch when she auditioned Tuesday evening for “America’s Got Talent”, writes Deb Kiner for Penn Live.
Zoe plays piano, writes and composes her own original music, and already has 11 copyrighted songs under her belt. Her debut single, “All We Need Is Love” was released this month.
Not too shabby for a 6-year-old Drexel Hill girl.
Her website describes Zoe as a “modern-day Shirley Temple.”
“Despite her tender age, Zoe possesses an uncanny wisdom and talent that seems to surpass her years,” reads her website bio.
The St. Bernadette School kindergartener’s singing talent first emerged at age 1.
Her parents discovered she had perfect pitch at age 2.
By the time she was 3, Zoe was making singing videos for her church’s online service.
She started piano lessons at age 4 and performed on stage for the first time, according to her website.
Zoe auditioned with other performers on “America’s Got Talent,” in front of judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara.
The goal of the program is to get a “yes” vote from the judges to move on in the competition, with an ultimate grand prize of $1 million.
Read more about Zoe Erianna at Penn Live.
Catch Zoe’s performance on America’s Got Talent.