When she first appeared on America's TVs back in June, Darci Lynne Farmer became an instant viral sensation.
And now the 12-year-old ventriloquist is wowing audiences once again after making a repeat appearance on America's Got Talent's Tuesday installment and performing an incredible rendition of The Jackson 5's Who's Lovin' You – with her mouth completely closed.
The young talent, who had previously earned the Golden Buzzer, had her new puppet co-star, a fluffy mouse named Oscar, admit: 'I fell in love with Mel B.'
Wowing again: 12-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer returned to the America's Got Talent stage with a rendition of The Jackson 5's Who's Lovin' You on Tuesday.
The winner! Mel B was seen pumping her fists as Darci's puppet, Oscar, admitted that he had 'fallen in love' with her.
Joking around: Darci is seen feigning horror after Oscar suggests that he and Mel B can make it work since 'Heidi married a seal'.
Belting out: Darci barely moved her lips as she delivered an incredible vocal performance
After joking that 'I think she's afraid of mice' Oscar the mouse was told that the bigger problem was that he was a rodent while Mel is human.
'I didn't think that was an issue — I mean Heidi was married to a seal,’ the mouse quipped, referencing Heidi's ex-husband, before singing Who’s Lovin’ You dedicated to Mel.
'Oscar, I will date you,' she insisted, leading Simon to quip: ‘Oscar, get a prenup.’
'That's what I forgot to do last time,' Mel joked, before host Tyra Banks told Oscar and Mel 'to get a room.'
After Mel called Darci 'out of this world,' Simon insisted: 'Get ready for the big time because it's coming your way.’
Hitting the mark: After the song, Mel B dubbed Darci's performance as 'out of this world'
Partners: Before hitting the stage, Darci happily posed up for pictures with her dummy
Obsessed: The judges were blown away by the young girl's remarkable performance
'Most people can't even sing with their mouth open,' Heidi pointed out, joking: 'I mean Howie can't do anything with his mouth shut.’