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Darci Lynne and Her Lookalike Mom Have the Same Smile

The America's Got Talent Season 12 winner is the spitting image of her mama!

By Jackie Manno

It looks like Darci Lynne gets her radiant energy from her mama!

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On Thanksgiving Day 2023, the America's Got Talent Season 12 winner shared a post of herself hanging out with her family while in her home state of Oklahoma. In one special snapshot, we get to see her smiling with her lookalike mother, Misty. 

"Thankful is an understatement," she sentimentally wrote on the post.

See the picture down later in this article. These two gals have the same infectious smile!

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Darci Lynne on AGT: Fantasy League

After her amazing performance of "I've Got the Music in Me" by The Kiki Dee Band on America's Got Talent: Fantasy League, Lynne talked about how winning AGT at the age of 12 has helped her career. 

Darci Lynne smiles on stage during Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards

"It changed my life completely. I went on the road first thing when I turned 13 after the show, and I traveled to all 50 states before I turned 18. I’ve done three different tours, shows, over the last seven years since I won, so it’s been an incredible ride so far. I’ve gotten to do amazing, amazing things. I’ve reached so many people with this out-of-the-box talent, it’s been amazing. And now I have the luxury of exploring other avenues of entertainment like writing music, that’s something I’ve come to be really, really passionate about, so I’m really on that road right now," she told Parade in a recent interview. 

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She also discussed her passion for music that shines through even without her signature puppets. "I sang even before I started ventriloquism," she said. "I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember, and so I’ve always sung with my mouth open, too. In my shows over the years, I sing solo and it’s just as fulfilling, and I love it, and so I’m hoping that once I get some music out, I can connect to people in that way, too, because it’s really fun."