- Mon Mar 27, 2017, 7:22 AM GMT
The 16-year-old soprano prodigy takes a pivotal movement in her career to reveal a fresh side to her music with the release of her upcoming seventh effort, 'Two Hearts'.READ MORE
Jackie Evancho was born April 9, 2000 and started singing since she was just eight years old. She found her interest in music after watching musical "The Phantom of the Opera". She later competed in a local singing contest in his native Pennsylvania, winning the runner-up place. Living in the suburb area of Pittsburg, she then took vocal lessons, took part in other contests to enrich her experience and uploaded her rendition of music on YouTube.
In 2009, Jackie released an indie album called "Prelude to a Dream" which covered songs from the likes of Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and Martina McBride. It debuted at No. 2 on iTunes and Billboard Classical Albums Chart.
Jackie takes to Twitter to stand by her transgender sister and speak out against POTUS' announced plans to repeal the progressive legislation on public school bathrooms for transgender students.READ MORE
The young opera singer, who sported a powder white coat, delivered a stunning live performance of 'The Star Spangled Banner' though she sounded slightly shaky.READ MORE
The 16-year-old opera singer and her family became the target of Twitter bullying by Trump's haters following the announcement that she would perform at the presidential inauguration.READ MORE
The runner-up of 'AGT' season 5 is expected to belt out 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at the White House event in January.READ MORE
Jackie covers 'Dark Waltz' during Tristan MacManus and Karina Smirnoff's dance performance, and does 'Ave Maria' to provide soundtrack for William Levy and Cheryl Burke.READ MORE