A 9-year-old girl has jaws dropping, thanks to a video of her singing at her school.
Third-grader Annie Zimmerman recently auditioned for a talent show at Indian Hills Elementary School in Little Rock, Arkansas. The video of her audition has already more than 190,000 views.
"She's always sang, from the earliest time we could remember," her dad, Mike Zimmerman, said today on "Good Morning America."
"We used to go to restaurants, and she would get up from the table and start wandering ... singing and dancing and just draw everybody's attention to her. Of course, people would throw money at us, which was great, but from the earliest time we can remember, she's just always been singing or performing in some sort of way," he said.
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Annie told "GMA" what inspired her to sing.
"There was this talent show when I was in pre-K, and this girl, she sang 'Amazing Grace,' and I think I really picked up on that," Annie said.
On "GMA" via video feed from Little Rock, with her classmates and friends behind her, she sang a few bars of "Who's Lovin' You" by the Jackson 5 and did her best Bernie Sanders impression.
When asked who her favorite singer is, Annie answered, "Bob Dylan."