LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - Singer Jackie Evancho was on Good Day L.A. Friday morning.
At 17 years old, she is the youngest solo-platinum-selling artist in history.
She gained national and then global fame when she was just 10 and appeared on NBC's “America’s Got Talent.”
Over the Summer, TLC ran a special “Growing Up Evancho” about her whirlwind life—showing how fame has influenced her family life.
Watch the video above to see a clip that show’s when her parents first discovered her singing talent.
Also in the interview from this morning, Jackie talks about her relationship with her transgender sister Juliet.
Jackie also talks about her decision to sing at President Trump’s inauguration—knowing that her love for her sister will appear as a conflict of interest.
You can see Jackie in concert tonight (9/8) at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center at 8pm.
You can watch the TV special “Growing Up Evancho” at TLC.com and the TLC Go App.
Also, Jackie’s new album “Two Hearts” is out now.
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