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America's Most Talented Kid

Summary
America's Most Talented Kid was an American television series that premiered on NBC on March 28, 2003. In each round, three age groups (3-7, 8-12, 13-16) of talented children would perform songs, dance numbers, magic, and other forms of entertainment in front of head judge Lance Bass and other guest celebrity judges, such as Sisqo, Maureen McCormick, Jermaine Jackson and Daisy Fuentes. Host Mario Lopez led the highest scorer from each round until only three children were left to compete in the grand finale. In the end, Cheyenne Kimball was crowned the grand champion. The final NBC episode featured senior citizens competing in a special "America's Most Talented Senior". A limited-run series on NBC to compete with the growing talent-show trend in reality television, it would later move to the PAX TV (which then had a business/content-sharing relationship with Paxson Communications), the title pluralized to "Kids", with Dave Coulier as host and Daryl Sabara, Scarlett Pomers and Bobb'e J
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