He's only 8 years old, but little Akshat Singh has already made a big impression on Ellen Degeneres.
While visiting the Ellen set Monday – his first-ever visit to America – the India's Got Talent winner delighted the crowd with an acrobatic mix of cartwheels, headstands and pelvic thrusts
How does Singh explain his hoofing skills? "I dance every day for three hours, and I eat more," he explained.
Singh is the latest in a long line of precocious moppets to entrance the daytime talk-show host. Relive our favorite pint-sized Ellen guests below.
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Akshat Singh wasn't the first international child prodigy to appear on Ellen; three years prior, Japan's Yuto Miyazawa wowed the crowd with a shred-tastic performance of Ozzy Osbourne's "Paranoid."
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