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Darci Lynne Biography

Darci Lynne  is an American ventriloquist. As she grew, loved to sing but she was shy and was afraid to perform in front of an audience. Instead, she asked her parents for a puppet, insisting that it would overcome her shyness.

She became the winner of season twelve of the NBC competition show America’s Got Talent. She became both the third female and third child to win America’s Got Talent, following Bianca Ryan in season one and Grace VanderWaal in season eleven.

She was also the third ventriloquist to win, following Terry Fator in season two and Paul Zerdin in season ten.

Darci Lynne Age

Darci Lynne was born as Darci Lynne Farmer in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States on 12 October 2004. She is 14 years old as of 2018.

Darci Lynne Eye Color

Her eyes colour is brown.

Darci Lynne Height|Darci Lynne Weight

She stands at a height of 5 feet 0 inches (1.55 m).  She is worth 88 Ibs (40 kg)

Darci Lynne Net worth

She has a net worth of US$ 8 million.

Darci Lynne Farmer Family

She was born to  Clarke and Misty Farmer.She has siblings;  Nick, Dalton, and Nate.

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Feb 11, 2019, 01:21pm

Darci Lynne – ‘America’s Got Talent’ Winner Talks About New Tour And Much More

A lot has changed for Darci Lynne since winning America’s Got Talentnearly two years ago, and yet, some things have stayed the same.

Now 14 (she was 12 when she won in 2017), she still lives in her native Oklahoma. still goes to public school, and still maintains a normal life, as much as possible. For example, she does media interviews, but they’re all scheduled late in the afternoon after the 8th grader comes home from school. Most of the time.

“Well, I live in Oklahoma and I didn’t have school today because the roads iced over.”

And as she gets ready to kick off her 18-city tour Fresh Out Of The Box tour ( which starts February 15th) all show dates have all been planned around her school schedule.

“The shows are all on weekends so I could go to school during the weekdays and go out and do these awesome shows on the weekend. Two weekends a month, four shows a month.”

The 2019 tour follows a highly successful 50-stop tour last year that took her all over the country, generated more than 100,000 in ticket sales, and grossed $5.2 million.

“After winning, it was kind of crazy and everything came at me at once, so we thought it would be perfect to do a tour because people wanted to see more of what I did on AGT (America’s Got Talent). It was so much fun! I can now say I’ve been to 37 states…and counting.”

Her enthusiasm, openness, and genuine talent are the qualities that helped garner Darci Lynne the most votes for a final performance in the history of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.

The road to success began years ago with a shy little girl who discovered ventriloquism.

“I wanted to be a ventriloquist because I met a girl and had no idea what it was before I met her,” she recalls. “I was just kind of mesmerized and I thought it was the coolest thing I’d ever seen. I wanted to try it, so I asked for tips and I taught myself in my bathroom mirror.”

She was so determined to learn how to do it, she started teaching herself to project her voice long before she ever had a puppet.

“Well, I started out with my hand because I didn’t have one yet, but then when I turned 10, I got an EBay puppet for my birthday,” she explains.

That $30 EBay puppet got her even more interested in a “cool art form” she’d noticed wasn’t around much anymore. She decided to try and bring it back. She now has four puppets, that very first one, and three others that each have his or her own unique personality. There’s a rabbit named Petunia, a shy mouse named Oscar, and a sarcastic old woman named Edna.

“Once I have a puppet and make a character and add personality to them, they still evolve and pick up little quirks and funny things along the way,” she says. “Sometimes their personalities change according to what I do and what happens to me. Like winning changed Petunia. She used to be shy and now she’s a diva.”

While the puppets may have changed, Darci strives to stay grounded, despite the many new doors that have opened for her.

“I think who I am hasn’t changed, I’ve stayed true to myself, but definitely the opportunities have changed. I’ve gotten to do so many things that I’ve never gotten to do before, so it’s a whole new world for me. My world has kind of changed, but I haven’t. You know what I mean?”

That changing world included not only her own tour last year, but her very own Christmas special on NBC. Famous guests included famous Toby Keith, Hunter Hayes, Kristen Chenoweth, and others. (Ratings show the special was a big success, attracting more than 6-and-a-half million viewers.)

As she’s tackled new opportunities, her family has stayed close every step of the way.

“We go on the road and my little brother comes, he’s 11. Then my 19-year old brother comes and he’s in charge of my merch (merchandise), my dad helps out on stage, and my mom runs my music. And my older brother, Nick, he’s in college and he’s our moral support from afar. But we’re like a big team and I’m just really glad about that.”

Through her many appearances on America’s Got Talent, first during the 2017 season, and then this year’s Champions series, she’s grown very fond of all of the judges.

“They’re genuinely kind people, there’s not a mean thing about them,” she says. “Simon, I think, sometimes says things just because it’s good TV, but he’s probably one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. He’s kind of a teddy bear and has a soft side. I love Mel B, she’s so awesome and really inspiring. And Heidi is so friendly and she’s really bubbly and I love getting to talk to her. And Howie is probably one of the funniest guys I’ve ever met. He’s really nice.”

She’s back on NBC tonight (February 11th) and next Monday (February 18th) as a wild card as part of America’s Got Talent: The Champions. As she explains, she wasn’t the winner on the Champions series in January, so she’s very fortunate to be back.

“I am the wild card for AGT: The Champions because in the first round, sadly, I got voted off the island,” she says with a laugh. “If you get voted off, sometimes you’re picked to come back and it’s super exciting because I get a second chance. Not everybody gets a second chance.”

While she’s been a big hit with her ventriloquism act, as Simon Cowell noted in January, she’s a talented singer in her own right.

“Apart from being so charming and funny, you’ve actually got this incredible singing voice,” he stated on the show.

She hopes to do more with her music in the future.

“I’d love to, maybe grow a little more in my music because I love to sing by myself. So, maybe I’ll record some music of my own, I think that’d just be awesome.”

In terms of what else the future might hold, she says she thinks about possibly having her own TV show some day or perhaps venturing into acting. For someone who has already made a pretty amazing dream come true at a very early age, the possibilities are endless.

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Sorry Darci Lynne, America wants Angelica Hale to win ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’
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The last time that singer Angelica Hale and ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer faced off was in the final of “America’s Got Talent” in the summer of 2017. Farmer won that battle and claimed the million dollar prize and a chance to headline a casino show.

The pair were pitted against each other again in the first season of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.” They both competed on the final of this “AGT” spin-off, which aired on Feb. 11. Because this finale was taped last fall, it wasn’t possible to let America vote like it does during the live “AGT” shows each summer. Instead producers turned to a group of superfans that came from across the country to attend these tapings. They got to decide the winner of “AGT: The Champions.”

SEE Who are the superfans who decided the ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ winner?

But that doesn’t mean that loyal viewers like you shouldn’t have your say. We wanted to know from you which of the 12 acts competing should win.

In our poll results as of this writing, Angelica leads with 29% of the vote while Darci Lynn has 22%. Only two of the other 10 acts merit double digit support: magician Shin Lim, who won “AGT” in 2018, is at 13% while singer Susan Boyle, who was the 2009 runner-up on “Britain’s Got Talent,” is at 11%.

In descending order, the remaining eight acts rank as follows: sand artist Kseniya Simonova (7%); singer Brian Justin Crum (4%); comedian Preacher Lawson (4%); magician Jon Dorenbos (3%);rock opera singer Cristina Ramos (3%); singer Kechi Okwuchi (2%); daredevils Deadly Games (1%); and opera singer Paul Potts (1%);

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ episode 6 recap [UPDATING LIVE BLOG]

Which of these dozen acts do you want to win. Vote below and then let us know what you thought of “AGT: The Champions.”

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Darci Lynne Interview

How did you get from being an AGT winner to getting your own NBC special?I don’t even know. After I won, we were just like, “What’s next?” So, I went on tour, and I’ve been touring ever since, and then we decided to go pitch this special to NBC, and they were like, “We totally want to do it.” Filming it was just incredible. I can’t wait to see it.What’s changed with your act since AGT?I decided I want to sing more because that’s been my passion since I was six. I got to sing by myself on the Christmas special, but, of course, I still have all my friends. They’re very important.Me, personally, I haven’t changed that much. I’m still Darci. The thing that changed the most is I’ve gotten to do bigger and better things now and so many new opportunities. I’m just like, “Whoa, what’s happening?” It’s crazy.Now that you’ve had a chance to sing on your own would you like to continue to separate that in the future, or still do both?I’m always going to have the puppets, probably not for the rest of my life, but I’m not going to stop doing ventriloquism anytime soon. I’m just going to add singing, recording songs, and maybe playing in a TV show. Ventriloquism’s always going to be there. It’s got me this far, and I can’t imagine, if I don’t keep working harder, it can’t get me any farther. So, it’s very important to keep it very close, but also explore new things.Have you talked to Simon Cowell about recording?

So, Simon, Heidi, Howie and Mel are all on this special. What will they be doing?

I think they’re doing something with my puppets. I’m not even sure. It’s going to be really funny though.

And then you have an 18-city tour coming up. When you won AGT, you did two puppets at the same time. That was so impressive. Is that something that you’re continuing to do?

I’ve been doing that in my shows. It’s really fun to look out there and see everyone’s faces. They’re like, “Oh, my gosh, how did she do this?” I definitely want to keep doing that because it’s really fun and everyone loves it.

Does your mom go with you? What about school?

We booked my shows to be on the weekends, so I could still go to school. During the week, I’m a normal kid, and then on the weekends I go out and perform to thousands of people.

How do you keep your feet on the ground with all this success?

My family. I still live in Oklahoma City, so I go to public school. My family’s keeping me super grounded because getting more and more into this business, I’m still staying true to my roots. It’s going pretty good right now.

So, Darci, you are coming back to AGT. You’re going to be on The Champions. What is that like?

The Champions is a new show. It’s where contestants from all over the world, like from Britain’s Got Talent or Spain’s Got Talent, we all come together and compete against each other. So, it’s basically the Olympics of AGT, but it’s a really tough competition. It’s the best of the best.

So, every night is like the finale of the season that you were on, right?

Yes. If you’ve ever seen the Hunger Games movies, it’s like the Quarter Quell, where all the winners come back and they fight to the death.

Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.