She talks and sings, but she does not open her mouth.
Darci Lynne Farmer, the adorable ventriloquist of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” fame, arrives in Pittsburgh.
She and her âmusician friendsâ will take the stage at 7 p.m. on November 9 in Heinz Room. This is part of the “Darci Lynne & Friends – Fresh Out of the Box Tour”.
“I can’t wait to come to Pittsburgh,” she told the Tribune-Review. âCome buy tickets. I can’t wait to see you all there.
His friends make all the talk
Darci Lynne and her friends, a bunny named “Petunia”, a shy and touching mouse, “Oscar”, and a sarcastic old woman, “Edna” will entertain the audience with songs and sounds.
What can be hard to believe when you see and hear Darci Lynne play is that she was a shy child growing up. But when she’s out with her pals, the Oklahoma native is definitely outgoing.
Where it all started
Ventriloquism, the art of speaking or singing in which the voice seems to come from a model or a puppet, intrigued her from an early age.
She met a ventriloquist at one of her competitions and was fascinated by this art form.
âI took advice from her and something just clicked,â says Darci Lynne. âI would go to the bathroom and practice in front of the mirror. I learned it myself. Ventriloquism is so fascinating. ”
âSinging ventriloquistically is a lot harder than speaking, but I love to sing,â she says. “My mother taught me to sing, and it became natural to sing without moving your mouth.”
Her voice has earned her over 21 million views on the “America’s Got Talent” YouTube channel. She took part in the “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” competition and finished second.
She says the show has allowed her to meet so many people. She says people recognize her.
âWhen I was young I was really shy,â says Darci Lynne, who is homeschooled. âBut I came out of my shell out of ventriloquism. These puppets have such outgoing personalities and as long as I have them I will always have friends.
She has been featured on NBC’s “Little Big Shots”, Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship”, “Ellen” and the “Today” show.
Her first Christmas special “Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas” aired on NBC last December. The program drew 6.5 million viewers in total and was rebroadcast by the network the week after its premiere. She released her first single “Rockin ‘Around the Christmas Tree” from the special.
âIt means so much to me to be loved and supported and it shows the minute I see the audience,â said Darci Lynne, who turned 14 on October 12. “I’m having so much fun doing this. It’s the best time of my life.
She says one of her biggest accomplishments has been performing at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn.
âIt was surreal,â she says.
âAmerica’s Got Talent has been the best experience I have had in 14 years of life,â she says. âIt was such a start for me and my career. I am grateful for the opportunity this gave me to live my dream.