America's Got Talent candidate Grace VanderWaal has done it once more.
After her past exhibitions on the truth rivalry collected a huge number of perspectives on the web, the 12-year-old vocalist/lyricist and ukulele player debuted another tune on the main night of AGT's Season 11 finale. It's sheltered to say this one will turn into a web sensation, as well. It's called Clay.
Before, VanderWaal has utilized her endearingly "croaky" (judge Simon Cowell's assertion) voice to sing about themes including her own name and her sister. On Tuesday night, her unique tune was about harassers, and it was the most vivacious we've seen her.
Keep in mind how timid VanderWaal was in her tryout (that was seen more than 50 million times in two days)? She let us know that she was "shaking like a leaf" just before that AGT execution. Presently, she's giving it a chance to tear, even energetically singing for a bit without uke backup.
"Your words don't hurt me, I will be OK," she sings. "'Cause your punches and your names, every one of your jokes and dumb amusements. Watch them simply go directly through me, 'make they don't mean anything me .... I'm not attempting to change my shape, 'cause child I'm not dirt."
What's more, child, we're not certain how any challenger could best VanderWaal for the AGT crown. The show names a victor Wednesday (8 ET/PT).