The hall sobbed from her performance! 3-year-old Amy O’Donnell melts hearts on The Voice with adorable Lady Gaga cover

The O’Donnells, a remarkable Australian family ensemble, took center stage, but it was 3-year-old Amy who captured hearts on The Voice, eliciting adorable reactions. The family, consisting of seven members, showcased their vocal prowess on Lady Gaga’s «Edge Of Glory,» proving their talent extends far beyond the charm of a cute toddler.

Confusion struck the judges as the audience, oddly facing away from the stage upon Amy’s entrance, hinted at something extraordinary. The bewilderment dissolved into understanding when the band transformed Lady Gaga’s hit into a bluegrass rendition, leaving an indelible impression. The family exhibited both exceptional singing and instrumental skills, as evident in the captivating video with 3.1 million views.

The band comprises John Snr (59) and Wendy (57), along with their children John (28), Jacqui (27), Katelyn (23), and grandsons Johnny (8) and Amy (3). The harmonious collaboration of seven family members delivered a robust vocal line, enriched with delightful harmonies. Banjo, bass, acoustic guitar, and mandolin were expertly played by various family members, enhancing the folk arrangement.

Jacqui kicked off the performance with a remarkable lead vocal, joined by Katelyn and Wendy in the verse. Grandfather John skillfully played the banjo, infusing the folk arrangement with a lively melody. The showcased video captures the band’s rendition of Miley Cyrus’s «Wrecking Ball» later in the season, showcasing their versatility and musical prowess.