On the Season 3 premiere of Little Big Shots, TV host Steve Harvey welcomes five talented kids on stage. The youngest is 4-year-old singer Sophie Fatu who likes to belt out Sinatra classics like “My Way.” And child who traveled the farthest is Felix, the 9-year-old bubble artist from Germany. And then there’s Miguel Secillano, a 7-year-old math whiz from Ocala, Florida. It’s not Miguel’s first time on TV. He recently appeared on the new kid show Child Support with Ricky Gervais.
Miguel first showed an interest in math when he was two years old. He told his local newspaper: “I started taking some Play-Doh containers — I know that sounds funny — but I just started stacking and counting them for some reason.” It wasn’t until he turned 4, when he started to do more complex math. What’s in Miguel’s future? He says, “I want to be an aerospace engineer.” Go for it, Miguel! We bet Sophie Fatu could sing Miguel a nice version of “Fly Me To the Moon.” Little Big Shots airs Sundays at 7pm and 8pm on NBC.