The winner of this season’s “America’s got talent,” was a 12-year-old singing ventriloquist, Darci Lynne Farmer. Hailing from the small city of Oklahoma, she managed to win the audience’s hearts over. After grabbing America’s attention with her victory, she was invited by one of the most popular Reality TV hosts, Ellen DeGeneres to perform on her show. Farmer made a special 10-minutes appearance of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” on Friday, September 22.

Darci performed 'Golden Buzzer'

According to a report by News OK, Darci used her rabbit diva puppet Petunia and performed her popular “Golden Buzzer” sequence.

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She had pulled off the same performance for “America’s Got Talent” auditions as well. Ellen DeGeneres was left speechless when Darci effortlessly performed George Gershwin’s “Summertime,” at her show.

After the performance, the two sat on the couch and chatted about general things in Darci’s life. She emphasized upon the friendship she had built with “America’s Got Talent” competitor, Angelica Hale.

As a reward for winning this year’s “America’s Got Talent,” Darci has not only received a $1 million prize but also the opportunity to perform at two shows in Las Vegas. She is scheduled to perform at “America’s Got Talent Live” at PH Showrooms and Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on November 2, 3 and 4. The tickets to the show are available on the official website for “America’s Got Talent.” Darci has returned home to Oklahoma City and has resumed school at Deer Creek Middle School.

Terry Fator's reaction

According to a report by Billboard, well-known ventriloquist Terry Fator is delighted over Darci’s win.

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Fator’s life mission, since the age of 10, was to influence the next generation towards this art. He is finally happy to see this happen. He is Darci’s sole mentor and is very proud of her. For those who don’t know, Fator had won “America’s Got Talent” ten years back. He has come a long way since then. Fator was even listed on Forbes’ top-earning comedians. According to a report by Golderrby, roughly 15.64 million viewers watched this year’s “America’s Got Talent” season finale. This, however, doesn’t beat the viewership that the show achieved back in 2010. At that time, roughly 16.41 million viewers tuned to watch the show’s finale. Michael Grimm, known for his singing and songwriting, had defeated opera star Jackie Evancho at that time.