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It's been a little over a week since Grace VanderWaal won "America's Got Talent," but as she told TODAY's Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford, she can't get enough of watching the moment on video.
"It hasn't set in yet," she explained during a visit on Monday. "People ask me, like, 'What does it feel like watching it?' and like, it doesn't feel like (me)."
The 12-year-old only had to perform twice on the show, since she was given a golden ticket after her original performance, in which she sang a song she wrote called "I Don't Know My Name," but she was a clear front-runner from the start. Judge Simon Cowell even likened her to Taylor Swift.
He's not the only one to share his opinion with her since the win. Asked if people come up to her on the street now, VanderWaal revealed with a grin, "A lot ... It's just heartwarming every time. Everyone has different stories for me: 'Just keep singing!' 'Keep writing!' 'You're amazing!' It's like, 'Thank you!'"
And now that everybody knows her name, we shouldn't be surprised to learn that the Las Vegas shows she earned by coming out on top on "AGT" are already sold out, which had her squealing in delight.
"It's really, really exciting!" she said.
We can only imagine.
Bonus: After her chat on air, VanderWaal sat down for a live chat on Periscope:
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