Tiny 10-Year-Old Shyly Looks Up, Within Seconds Has Every Judge Instantly Turning Around

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Performing in front of a large group of people can be intimidating for even the most seasoned musicians. But imagine doing so as a 10-year-old! That’s exactly what Daneliya Tulyeshova did during her blind audition on The Voice Kids Ukraine and she absolutely knocked it out of the park!
Now footage of her audition is going totally viral online – and once you hear her sing Demi Lovato’s “Stone Cold,” you’ll understand why…

Daneliya is no stranger to the limelight! In fact, she won a People’s Choice Award in Russia for her stint on a children’s talent competition. Now Daneliya is officially a contestant on The Voice Kids Ukraine and ready to show the world what she’s made of.
Even though she’s going to have to endure hours of rehearsal and little free-time to hang out with friends and loved ones, the talented 10-year-old knows that it’s all worth it if she can have a shot at fame and fortune! She’s aware that success means you have to make sacrifices and is ready to do whatever it takes to make it big in the music industry.

After weeks of practicing for this performance, Daneliya was ready to show her family, friends, fans, and judges that she’s talented enough to be a pop sensation in her home country and around the world. This was the moment she had prayed for, and she was posied when it came time to step in front of the eager judges.
As soon as Daneliya opened her mouth and began to sing “Stone Cold,” the judges recognized her talent and whipped their chairs around. They were all shocked to see such a young child standing on the stage before them.

Daneliya’s voice sounded like it came from an adult, not someone who still plays hopscotch at school. At the end of the performance, Daneliya got to choose what coach best fit her singing style – and we know the choice she made was the right one!
We can’t wait to see where singing takes Daneliya in the years to come.

Take a peek at Daneliya’s incredible performance for yourself by pressing “play” on the video below.