Little Big Shots is back with its final episode, featuring a super smart four year old
Little Big Shots concludes its first series tonight on ITV, shining the spotlight on some of the world’s most talented children.
The new series has no judges, no prizes at stake, no winners or losers and no competition.
Instead, the talent series is simply a showcase for 3 to 13 year olds to take to the stage and show that you don’t have to be a grown-up to be a star performer.
The centrepiece of the programme is an enormous revolving stage. On one side is a sofa for Dawn and the pint size prodigies to get to know each other; and on the other is the all-important performance space, which is as versatile as the variety of talent on offer.
In the last show of the series the Little Big Shots taking to the stage tonight include Internet success pop singer Sapphire, 13 from Hampshire, international speed stacker Zach, 10 from Kent who speed-stacks cups in lightning quick combinations and tap dancing identical twins Freddie and Teddie, 8 from California.
We also meet dinosaur enthusiast Haresh, 8 from Warwickshire, James, 13 from South Shields who loves to play the ukulele and is a George Formby impersonator, adorable Jenaya, 8 from Oxford, who just loves to dance and her acro dance routine has been a massive hit on social media.
In a bumper show there are more Little Big Shots than ever. Also appearing are from London, rising soul singer Rachael, 14, super skipper Theo, 10 from Surrey and contemporary dancer Connie, 12 from North Yorkshire,
Finally there's wedding singer Jovan, 9 from West Yorkshire, miniature catwalk model Farouk, 4 from London, aerial acrobat Harriet, 10 from Birmingham and the super-knowledgeable Chaziel, 4 from Oxford.
Little Big Shots airs at 9PM on ITV.