Since it premiered in March of 2016, Steve Harvey’s “Little Big Shots” has been mesmerizing America with adorably charismatic and perfectly precocious little tykes from across the country.
But none have been quite like THIS 4-year-old firecracker who debuted on the show this week.
Let’s just say Steve didn’t quite know what he was getting himself into when he invited Caleb Tyler Serrano onto his big red comfy couch.
As if his boyish charm, piercing eyes and wicked good looks aren’t enough, this little guy is also a worship-leading extraordinaire. That’s right. On the March 5 episode, Caleb told Harvey he leads worship at his grandpa’s church in Greensboro, North Carolina as he proudly pointed out his “Paw-Paw” in the crowd.
“That’s who teached me how to sing,” the 4-year-old exclaimed proudly into his mic.
And you best believe he wasn’t all talk with his bold statements and even bigger personality. He was out to DELIVER.
…Caleb took the stage to show America how New Hope Baptist Church does this thing we call worship—and WOW, was it a B-E-A-U-tiful thing?!!
With his beaming mentor clapping along in the crowd, the energy channeled from worship-leading grandpa to his praise-raising grandson riveted every soul in the room.
As Caleb leads the entire audience in the gospel classic “Down in My Soul,” his deep & powerful vocals projected the voice of a 4-year-old going on 40.
Needless to say, he stole this show for Jesus—and Paw-Paw couldn’t be prouder.