Darci Lynne & Petunia Perform Adorable ‘Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Duet

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With the endless array of talent competitions on TV nowadays, every contestant must stick out above the rest. Although song and dance are among the most popular, one Oklahoma-native took a chance of a lifetime by showcasing her unique talent. On the twelfth season of America’s Got Talent, 12-year-old Darci Lynne Farmer‘s life changed forever.

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Darci Lynne is a young ventriloquist. The now-14-year-old gained her fame after her big win in 2017 on America’s Got Talent alongside her puppet, Petunia. Farmer performs a comedy-singing act where Petunia, a girly rabbit, loves to steal the spotlight. Since her win, the inseparable duo have performed on various talk shows, award shows, and even had their own Las Vegas show.

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Earlier this week, Darci Lynne and Petunia were invited onto Steve Harvey’s talk show, Steve. The comedic host interviewed the two before they performed their own rendition of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Petunia started off the Christmas melody before Darci Lynn followed in, taking turns every other verse.

‪Always smiling from ear to ear when I’m with Steve Harvey 😆 Thank you so much for having Petunia and I on Steve TV Show!! Make sure to tune in today to see a special performance 👀🎄‬

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The crowd joined in by clapping while Harvey caught himself snapping and singing along as well. It was the perfect performance to get into the Christmas spirit as Darci Lynne will also be performing at NBC’s Christmas in Rockefeller Center special tonight. The young singer and several other country stars will be performing at the annual lighting of New York City’s famous tree!