On tonight’s finale of America’s Got Talent, Quintavious Johnson will be performing with the incredible Jennifer Hudson. Have a look at the 5 Fast Facts on Johnson, who is one of the six finalists on AGT.
1. Johnson Is a Church Boy
Twelve-year-old Quintavious Johnson first began singing in his church in Franklin, Tennessee when he was only three. He then joined the youth choir Lime Stone Baptist Choir at age five. NBC reports that Johnson enjoys singing at local churches as well as meetings and sporting events.
2. He’s a National Anthem Pro
— Quintavious Johnson (@thequintavious) July 22, 2014
Johnson has performed at the Grand Ole Opry and many sporting events. He has reportedly sung the National Anthem for the Franklin Cowboys, Franklin Baseball Club and Nashville Sounds. He’s a pro when it comes to singing at events like these.
3. Johnson Has Been Compared to Stevie Wonder
Quintavious Johnson has an amazing voice, and not just for his age. Seattle PI writes all about how the judges feel about Johnson:
Howard tells Quintavious that he has something special and calls him a contender; Heidi compares him to Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson; Mel B. thinks he can win this thing easily.
Judge Howie Mandel loves Quintavious as well, but feels the hunky Miguel Dakota may take the win.
4. His AGT Audition Is the Most Searched Term for His Name
When Johnson auditioned for America’s Got Talent, he sang Jennifer Hudson’s “And I Am Telling You” and got a huge reaction from the judges as well as fans. Have a look at the audition who caused a big AGT stir.
It’s only fitting that Johnson get to perform with his idol Jennifer Hudson on the finale
5. If He Wins AGT, He’s Going to Help Out His Mother
Johnson is very happy to be on AGT, rather than be at school with the rest of his friends. When he appeared on the Today Show (in the above video), he talks about what he’ll do if he wins the $1 million prize on America’s Got Talent. He says he’ll help out his mother and buy two dogs. Johnson said he’ll go a little crazy.