PITTSBURGH - Little ten-year-old America's Got Talent singing sensation Jackie Evancho, said that she is thrilled that everyone absolutely loves her.
She said that the only thing that disappointed her was that a lot of people actually thought that she was lip syncing the words to the first song she sang.
Jackie said that she just has such a unique breathing style that whenever she sings the words sound like they are on a one-second delay.
She was asked how old she was when she first started singing. She thought for a moment and she replied that she was two. When asked if her first song was the traditional "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," Jackie answered that it was not.
She then said that the first song she ever sang was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon in E-flat major."
The little Pittsburgh girl who loves to breed ducks, whether they want to be bred to other ducks or not has a tremendous chance of winning first place and the $1 million award, plus of getting booked to perform in Las Vegas.
Jackie was asked what she likes to watch on television and she replied that she likes to watch iCarly, The Wizards of Waverly Place, and The Weather Channel.
She then smiled, took a bite of her Chicken McNuggets and said that her favorite singers are Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, but not Taylor Momsen.
She did say that she would like for people to please stop comparing her to America's two top lip syncers Britney Spears and Ashlee Simpson.
Jackie was asked who her favorite AGT judge is. She thought for a moment and replied that she likes them all. She said that she likes Piers (Morgan's) British accent. She likes Sharon (Osbourne's) British accent, and she likes Howie (Mandel's) Canadian Jewish accent.
She then added that she especially likes the host Nick "The Popsicle Stick" Cannon because he knows a lot of knock-knock jokes and he can do an excellent imitation of a black Stan Laurel.
To read more on the very unpopular subject of lip syncing you can read the book which was co-written by Britney Spears and Ashlee Simpson entitled, "Learning How To Lip Sync From Two of The Best Lip Syncing Lip Syncers in The Business."