Helen Fischer is a well-known singer and television host in Germany, known for her rendition of “Atemlos” (Breathless) during Germany’s FIFA World Cup win in 2014. Recently, she hosted a musical and talk show on German TV, and had a special guest join her on stage – 11-year-old Celine Tam.

Tam is no stranger to the spotlight, having impressed audiences on America’s Got Talent with her powerful voice. The two performed a duet of the popular song “You Raise Me Up”, originally written and recorded by Irish-Norwegian duo Secret Garden. The song has been covered by over 100 artists, and Tam knew the song well, having first covered it at just 6 years old.

Despite her young age, Tam held her own alongside Fischer and left the audience in awe. Fischer even admitted to getting goosebumps during the performance, and the audience couldn’t help but be impressed by Tam’s incredible vocal range and control, which far exceeded her years. Tam’s parents were in the audience, proud and happy to see their daughter shine.

Tam is not your typical child singer, her voice is still clear and childlike, but her range and control is truly impressive. When the two performed the emotional climax of the song, the audience was on their feet, moved by the powerful performance. Tam’s incredible talent is undeniable, and it’s clear that she has a bright future in the music industry.

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