- DJ Arch Jnr is on the America's Got Talent show again
- He won South Africa's Got Talent 2015 when he was just 3-years-old
- Simon Cowell called him a "total little star"
DJ Arch Junior is making a name for himself, at age 6.
Most children prefer to play with other kids and just enjoy their childhood, but not our DJ Arch Jnr, he prefers doing what he loves best, making music and money.
The young lad had most Mzansi fans in smiles, after representing South Africa on the America’s Got Talent: The Champions show, currently airing in the US.
ZAlebs reported that the young star is one of many talented people chosen from around the world to represent their countries on the hit reality show.
DJ Arch Jnr’s set impressed all including one of the judge’s, Simon Cowell, who is known for his sarcastic and not-so-friendly comments.
Simon told Arch: “You and I need to be talking after this show, cause I’ve got some plans for you, trust me. I think you’re a total little star. I absolutely love you!”
The little star said it was an incredible honour to represent his country and Africa on such a big platform.
He said being the youngest act out of the whole show, he can surely say that his tiny hands brought the party from Africa to America's Got Talent. He thanked his fans in Mzansi for always believing in him.
Briefly.co.za reported about DJ Arch Jnr when he got selected for the show, America's Got Talent. DJ Arch Jnr won South Africa's Got Talent 2015 when he was just 3-years-old and since then he's continued to hone his DJ skills.
The little DJ has also been classified as the world's youngest club DJ, and has been entered into the Guinness World Record books.
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