Ventriloquist Sings Hilarious Duet With Pentatonix And Leaves Everyone In Christmas Wonder

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Young ventriloquist Darci Lynne made headlines by winning America’s Got Talent. And her mind-blowing talent pairs perfectly with a cappella group Pentatonix!

Week after week on America’s Got Talent, 13-year-old Ventriloquist Darci Lynne blew the audience and judges away with her incredible talents. Her ability to sing songs so beautifully while operating her puppet is what sets her apart from the pack. You can watch her incredible Golden Buzzer Audition here.

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This skill is extremely difficult to pull off and for a teenager to not only be able to do it and do it well is a site to see. Since winning the show, Darci Lynne has been able to experience so many amazing opportunities because of her newfound fame. One of them being, her performance alongside Pentatonix for the NBC Christmas special.

Talented Pairing Brings On The Christmas Cheer

Darci Is a huge Pentatonix fan and was so thrilled to be able to meet them in person.

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Together Darci and Pentatonix gave a hysterical performance of Petunia the puppets version of ‘Oh Christmas Tree’. Since Petunia is a bunny puppet she isn’t that familiar with Christmas so she decided to sing the easter version of this song.

The performance was absolutely beautiful with Pentatnoix singing along with Darci. You could barely tell that it was an acapella performance because of Pentatonix’s amazing vocal talent. Darci did an incredible job singing as Petunia as well.

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It’s no easy task to perform a song on stage with people that you are huge fans of. Way to go Darci! What a great way to kick off the Christmas season!

WATCH: Ventriloquist Performs With Pentatonix

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