When Travis Pratt from Georgia stepped onto the America’s Got Talent stage, no one expected him to sing classical opera music of all things. But this is AGT after all. So when he started to sing the timeless Puccini classic O Mio Babbino Caro, the judges’ jaws hit the floor.
When Jonathan Allen turned 18, his parents kicked him out of the house. Not because he was a delinquent, and not because he was a bad kid. They kicked him out because he is gay. How sad and unoriginal.
But that never stopped Jonathan from pursuing his dreams of being a singer. Alone in the world, he made it all the way to the America’s Got Talent stage to cover Luciano Pavarotti’s now forever recurring talent show piece Time To Say Goodbye.
After the closing the song, the entire audience jumped to their feet, including all the judges.
“Your family may have disowned you, but with your talent, this show has become your family,” said Howie Mandel.
For each decade since 1900, they cover and recreate the popular techno song with the flavor of that particular time. The unique Evolution of Get Luckycover song has just explode online, garnering over a quarter million hits, and 13,000 likes.