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Darci's busy schedule this fall

Sep 24 Mon

Bloomsburg Fair Association

Bloomsburg, PA, United States

Sep 29 Sat

Norsk Hostfest

Minot, ND, United States

Sep 30 Sun

Bluestem Center For the Arts

Moorhead, MN, United States

Nov 3 Sat

Palace Theatre

Albany, NY, United States

Nov 4 Sun

The Hanover Theatre

Worcester, MA, United States

Nov 24 Sat

City National Grove of Anaheim

Anaheim, CA, United States

Nov 25 Sun

City National Civic

San Jose, CA, United States

Dec 1 Sat

Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

Midland, TX, United States

Dec 2 Sun

The Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Grand Prairie, TX, United States

Dec 8 Sat

Rochester Broadway Theatre League

Rochester, NY, United States

Dec 14 Fri

Ovens Auditorium

Charlotte, NC, United States

Dec 15 Sat

North Charleston PAC

North Charleston, SC, United States

Dec 21 Fri

Morrison Center for the Performing Arts

Boise, ID, United States

Dec 22 Sat

Eccles Theater

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Jan 13 Sun

Comerica Theatre

Phoenix, AZ, United States

Tickets RSVP

Jan 19 Sat

Landmark Theatre

Syracuse, NY, United States

Jan 20 Sun

Shea's Performing Arts Center

Buffalo, NY, United States

Jan 26 Sat

The Louisville Palace

Louisville, KY, United States

Jan 27 Sun

Stifel Theatre

St. Louis, MO, United States



Darci was first to lead the Deer Creek Homecoming parade


 Darci Won and now her schedule is very busy!


Darci performing on "America's Got Talent" TV show

Darci's Happiest moment when she won

Darci and Judges

Farmer family photo

Clarke (top left) Nick (top right)

Dalton (bottom left) Misty, Darci, Nate.

Jenkins Family

Sherry Gives Darci a hug

Shery, Darci and Don Jenkins

Singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer competed in the finals on NBC’s "America’s Got Talent."

And she won

The Oklahoma City 12-year-old was one of five contenders to earn a spot in the Season 12 finals on Wednesday night’s episode of the popular TV talent contest.

Holding her grumpy grandma puppet Edna Doorknocker, the Deer Creek Middle Schooler closed her eyes and took a deep, shaky breath as host Tyra Banks revealed that Darci was among the finalists.

"Thank you so much. Thank you, America, for voting for me. This means so much to me. Thank you," the wide-eyed girl said from the stage

The Oklahoma native has been a favorite on the summer TV talent show since she and her rabbit puppet Petunia delivered a stunning rendition of George Gershwin’s "Summertime" on the May 30 season premiere episode. Former Spice Girl Mel B., one of the show’s four judges, opted to hit her Golden Buzzer, allowing Darci to surpass the rest of the competition and advance straight to the live shows.

"Just revel in this moment ‘cause it’s all yours," Mel B. advised Darci after the girl was announced as a finalist. "I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’re gonna win this. I really do believe that. I really do. Keep doing what you’re doing. America loves you, and I love you. You are absolutely incredible. You really are. Enjoy this. You deserve it."

On the Aug. 15 quarterfinals episode, Darci again showcased her skills as both a ventriloquist and vocalist with a new puppet, an adorably awkward mouse named Oscar with whom she dedicated to Mel B. a soulful rendition of The Jackson 5’s "Who’s Lovin’ You."

On Tuesday’s semifinal show, the seventh-grader and her sassy senior citizen character Edna Doorknocker serenaded curmudgeonly judge Simon Cowell with a heartfelt cover of the Aretha Franklin classic "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," earning a standing ovation from the studio audience by the first chorus. Through the puppet, the ventriloquist told Banks on Wednesday night that she didn’t know yet if she would bring back Edna or a different character in the finals.

The host said the 11 semifinalists who performed on Tuesday’s show garnered the highest number of votes in "America’s Got Talent" history. Along with Darci, the other finalists revealed on Wednesday night were comedian Preacher Lawson, dog act Sara and Hero, singer and pianist Evie Clair and singer-songwriter Chase Goehring.