His talent was appreciated by the Pope himself. The two-year-old is the youngest winner of “Got Talent” in history
Hugo Molina was two years old when his family took him to the Spanish version of the popular show “I have a talent”. The format has no age restrictions, so it’s easy to meet both the elderly and the youngest in the episodes.
2-year-old Hugo showed an above-average sense of rhythm, which he demonstrated in the program by playing drums. He appeared on stage with his father, who asked the audience not to applaud the boy who was focused on his task. Hugo played the drum to the traditional music of the Spanish Easter parade, Semana Santa.
The talented 2-year-old quickly stole the hearts of viewers and jurors. In the end, the boy not only advanced to the semi-finals, but also reached the grand finale of the television show, where on December 17, 2019 he won as the youngest winner in the history of “Got Talent”.
“It doesn’t matter which time we watch it because it’s always great. In five editions, I’ve never seen anything like it.”
The judges were delighted.
Even the pope noticed the talent of the 2-year-old Francis. The secretary of the Spanish Episcopal Conference contacted the family, saying that the Pope wanted to see for himself the great gift of the boy.
“From Valladolid we have contacted the Vatican and Pope Francis will receive you and your parents. He can’t wait to hear you play the drum“
Fans of Hugo’s talent can follow his further career on Instagram, where he is already followed by over 60,000. internet users.
Date created: Yesterday, 08:29
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