As a five-year-old, you were probably running around in the backyard, causing mayhem with friends, and all-around enjoying your freedom before the weight of extra-curricular activities and homework took over your afternoons.
Eduarda Henklein, who’s now six, likes everything you probably did as a kid. But there’s one big difference…she can take any pro drummer on in a battle.
When you were a kid, you were probably busy playing tag or hide-and-seek in your backyard after school. Once you were all pooped out, maybe you went inside to have a nice snack of milk and cookies (if your parents were “cool,”) or perhaps some fresh veggies. Learning a very specialized skill to perform in the streets with your family was probably nowhere in the realm of your imagination.
But this six-year-old girl in India has perfected the craft of tightrope walking in order to perform with her father. It’s hard to imagine the time and dedication that went into learning how to be this awesome at something so difficult.
This is amazing! I bet climbing that first three-foot-tall tree when you were seven is feeling a little less impressive right now, huh? It’s okay, you’re probably good at other things…you just won’t ever be able to walk a tightrope like this amazing little girl!
Jordan Smith, a 2015 contestant on The Voice, has already been making waves with his talent…but this week, he blew everyone away. He stepped onstage and began singing what was originally an Adele song (“Set Fire To The Rain”).
Most women wouldn’t be able to perform the song perfectly…but a man’s version? Jordan made the crowd go nuts.
Your jaw will be on the FLOOR.
After a performance like that, it’s easy to see why Jordan might just win! That’s the kind of talent that takes people places.
When visual dance act Another Kind Of Blue stepped onto the stage of “Britain’s Got Talent,” the judges and audience had no idea they were about to witness possibly the greatest dance routine they’d ever seen.
Comprised of 23-year-old Violet from the Netherlands and 28-year-old Nino from Italy, the pair of dancers specialize in floor-based routines. Using a backdrop of graphics, the talented artists move around on the floor while interacting with the animated scenes being projected onto the floor around them. It’s as equally mind-blowing as it is emotional.
Believe me when I say this, you’re in for a treat.
It’s not often I find myself agreeing with Simon, but like he said, that was absolutely “genius”!