Everyone loves the show stopping kid performances on Steve Harvey’s Little Big Shots. Well, a spinoff show, Little Big Shots: Forever Young, premiered last evening with Harvey, again, serving as the host. But the spinoff doesn’t feature talented children. Instead, the guests are talented older adults from 60 to 103 years old.
Gospel singer Shirley Caesar was one of the guests on and she performed a “live remix” of “Shouting John”, or as the world now knows it – “You Name It” (“Beans, Greens, Potatoes, Tomatoes,”) which went viral last Thanksgiving. Her performance event included a brief praise break.
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