I am Angelica Hale and I am a singer, songwriter, and survivor and I wish to use my voice to help and inspire others! I was Runner Up on Season 12 (2017) of America’s Got Talent and I am so grateful to all my fans for all their support! I am very passionate about giving back to the hospital that saved my life Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and I support children’s hospitals all over North America through the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals organization. I am also the National Kidney Foundation’s first kid ambassador and I use my voice to help raise awareness for organ donation and sepsis. Thanks for following me and my journey!
Angelica Hale singer/songwriter – Facebook @angelicahalemusic, Instagram/Twitter @angelicahale, TikTok @angelicahale
Joy to the World | Angelica Hale Christmas Music (2020)
Joy to the World (2019)
About Angelica Hale
Angelica Hale is an inspiring 13-year old singer-songwriter and actress from Atlanta, Georgia who sang her way into the hearts of America on Season 12 of America’s Got Talent in 2017 and America’s Got Talent: The Champions in 2019. She is currently the youngest runner-up in the show’s history and the only contestant ever to have received two Golden Buzzers. She was a featured performer in the 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in 2017, A Capitol Fourth in 2019, and has also appeared on Little Big Shots, the Today Show, and Access Hollywood among others.
When she is not performing at high-profile events all over the World, Angelica enjoys acting and recording voice-overs as a card-carrying member of SAG-AFTRA. She made her feature film debut in “American Reject” in 2018 alongside Billy Ray Cyrus, Keala Settle and Rebecca Black. She was excited to voice a guest-starring role in the Disney Jr. series “T.O.T.S.”. She has also landed the role of “Tai” as a series-regular in the new Disney Jr. series Chuggington.
Angelica is honored to serve as the first kid ambassador of the National Kidney Foundation and ambassador of the Sepsis Alliance. She overcame life-threatening double pneumonia when she was only four years old that resulted in sepsis and multiple organ failure, of which her kidneys would never recover. Angelica’s mother, Eva, donated one of her kidneys to save Angelica’s life and the surgery was a success!