The minute you hear 10-year-old Angelina Jordan open her mouth, you feel like you’ve time-traveled back to the golden age of jazz. This talented 10 year old’s cover of “Fly Me To The Moon,” a song originally recorded by Kaye Ballard and later made famous by Frank Sinatra, truly transports us to a different era. Her poise, confidence, and vocal control leave us scratching our heads: just how can this prodigious girl be so young yet this good?
Jordan, who was named the 2014 winner of “Norway’s Got Talent,” has been captivating audiences ever since with her signature jazz vocals. Her most recent appearance on “Little Big Shots” transfixed even host Steve Harvey, who looks on in wonder as croons the classic song. Her renditions of “Gloomy Sunday” by Billie Holiday, Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang,” and “Summertime” by George Gershwin have also gone viral.
Jordan hails from Oslo, Norway and unsurprisingly cites musical legends like Dinah Washington, Frank Sinatra, and Billie Holiday as her inspirations. While many little girls look up to pop stars like Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato, it’s abundantly clear that Jordan’s not only an old soul with a timeless set of pipes, but she’s also got a very long career ahead of her too.
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