Quintavious Johnson Proves He’s A 12-Year-Old “Superstar” With “Let It Be” on America’s Got Talent Finale (VIDEO)
Quintavious Johnson received two standing ovations on Tuesday’s “America’s Got Talent” performance finale.
The 12-year-old singer, who has consistently won over the judges with his powerful voice, reprised his standout rendition of “I’d Rather Go Blind,” before later taking on “Let It Be” by The Beatles, backed by a choir.
Mel B said afterward, “Quintavious, you are just a joy to watch. Tonight you actually took us on an emotional journey.
“You’re only 12 and you sing with that much emotion and passion,” continued the judge. “That’s a true superstar right there.”
Howie Mandel declared, “You are a star. Another star. Another winning performance,” and further told the boy, “Not only are you hugely talented, you’re a good person.”
Howard Stern pointed out, “There’s so many performers that are much older than you who could never match your coolness, calmness.”
The shock jock also suspected Paul McCartney would be “very pleased” by the “remarkable performance.”
And Heidi Klum told Johnson, “It has been a joy watching you blossom on this stage… Now you are a true phenomenon.”
That said, fellow singer Emily West, acrobats AcroArmy, band Sons of Serendip and magician Mat Franco also received standing ovations (and singer Miguel Dakota positive comments), and the judges agreed the winner would be impossible to predict this year.
Check out the videos below, and tell us if Johnson has your vote!