Girl Singing In Grocery Store Touches Millions, Goes Viral

A trip to the grocery store is a common, almost everyday event for most Americans. By the same token, growing families eat a lot, so moms (and dads) tend to spend more time and money at the grocery store than the average person.

One mom and daughter's recent trip to the local Walmart was anything but ordinary, and has now been brought to the attention of millions because of the vocal talent of the 8-year-old girl who was recorded singing at the grocery store.

As amazing as it seems, at just eight years old, this talented young lady was willing to sing her heart out no matter who was watching.

A stranger doing her shopping at the store heard the girl singing and eventually tracked her and her mom down by the fresh meat aisle. Stunned by the little girl’s voice and vocal ability, the woman asked the young lady to keep singing, then pulled out her camera to record the mind-boggling impromptu performance.

The little girl seemed to sing even more confidently in response to the filming, and then as her voice carried across the store, a small crowd of people began to take notice of the amazing singer and her mom standing next to her with a pleased smile on her face.

Just take a few minutes to watch the video, and you'll understand why everyone watching the performance is so stunned!

We are all lucky that filming almost anything today is as easy as pulling out your cell phone and pushing a button. In this case, the woman shopping at Walmart was ready to record this amazing mini-concert for posterity.

For this young lady, the meat aisle at the local Walmart was just as good as any Broadway or Nashville stage, and her natural instincts as a performer came to the fore as the crowd built up around her.

As hard as it is to believe, this young lady’s version of "Rolling in the Deep" actually compares favorably to Adele’s mega-selling platinum version of the classic tune.

There is no doubt that the jaws of many in the grocery store crowd were dropping when they heard this girl belt out the powerful lines in “Rolling in the Deep”. It seems all but certain that this talented young lady will be offered a recording contract in the not too distant future.

My only complaint is that it was such a short video and we only got to see the singer do her thing for three minutes. The folks in the crowd (or the manager of the store for that matter) should have all chipped in a few bucks and encouraged her to sing a few more songs!

Source: Faith Tap
Photos: YouTube Screenshots, Random Retail/Flickr

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