WATCH: Elha Nympha stuns Steve Harvey with 'Chandelier' on 'Little Big Shots'

    MANILA, Philippines - “The Voice Kids” Season 2 winner Elha Nympha has made her mark in the international scene after giving an awe-inspiring rendition of Sia’s hit song “Chandelier” on NBC’s “Little Big Shots.”

    Elha Nympha stuns Steve Harvey, audience in “Little Big Shots”
    BIG VOICE FROM A FILIPINO. Photo screengrab from "Little Big Shots" YouTube video

    Nympha’s performance was aired ahead of the second season’s first episode and has gained praises from netizens all over the world. The video posted on NBC’s Facebook page has amassed 2 million views, over 76,000 reactions and more than 45,000 shares since it was posted on Saturday, March 4.

    Prior to her performance, host Steve Harvey introduced the 12-year-old singer as "one of the great young voices in the world.”

    The full episode featuring Nympha with three other talented kids will air in the Philippines through DIVA channel on Monday, March 6 at 7 p.m. The show will be re-aired on the same day at 10:25 p.m.

    According to Nympha, she did not have to audition for the hit series as the staff of the show discovered her through “The Voice Kids.” She and her mother stayed in Los Angeles for three weeks to film the show.

    "Nakita nila 'yung sa 'The Voice Kids' 'yung emotion ko doon. Kaya po pinapunta nila ako doon,” Nympha said in an interview on the local show Magandang Buhay.”

    Nympha, who is currently a contestant in “Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids,” began singing at the age of 3 and started joining singing competitions at the age of 7. Following her victory in “The Voice Kids,” she released her first album with carrier singles “Emotions,” “Susunduin” and “Love on Top” in 2016.

    Prior to becoming the reality talent show’s grand champion, Nympha was helping her family make ends meet by selling banana cue.

    Executively produced by Steve Harvey and Ellen DeGeneres, “Little Big Shots” is a “feel-good, family-friendly” hit series that showcases talented and more unique kids from the US and across the globe.

    Watch the video.

    --Mini, The Summit Express

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