June 22, 2011 at 12:53 PM ET
America’s got huge talent, but sometimes it comes in small packages.
That was the case Tuesday night when petite 11-year-old Anna Graceman took the “America’s Got Talent” stage and proved to the judges that appearances can be deceiving.
Playing the keyboard while belting out a near-perfect rendition of Alicia Keys’ hit “If I Ain’t Got You” earned Graceman accolades and an all-important a trip to Las Vegas.
Judge Piers Morgan was amazed by the tween’s “decibels per inch” vocal power, while his co-panelist Sharon Osbourne was surprised by the Graceman’s whole act.
“You're just this little girl with amazing soul in your voice, which is something that can't be learned,” Osbourne said. “You either have it or you don't. It's an amazing gift that you have.”
To hear more from Graceman before she returns to the “Got Talent” stage, check out her YouTube channel.
On the other end of the talent spectrum, viewers finally got a full look at the indescribable act that was teased last week — whether they wanted to or not.
Behold, whatever it is!
Unlike Graceman, he (well, probably he) did not make it to Vegas.
Do you have a favorite “Got Talent” contestant this season? Tell us who it is on our Facebook page!