Six-Year-Old Girl Sings 'Heavy Metal' On 'America's Got Talent' (Video)

A six-year-old girl shocked the judges on "America's Got Talent" last night (Tuesday, June 25) by screaming her way through an original "heavy metal" song.

Aaralyn O'Neil, backed up on drums by brother Isaiah O'Neil, sang a track called "Zombie Skin", featuring such lyrics as "Everybody! Listen to meeeee! I am a zombieeeee! I'm gonna eat you up right now!"

Judges Howard Stern and Scary Spice Mel B. buzzed Aaralyn and Isaiah almost immediately, with Stern telling the girl, "It's not because I didn't like ('Zombie Skin'). I was afraid your voice was gonna blow out. That song really packs a punch." Fellow judge Heidi Klum added, "I'm really confused. You're so cute and sweet, and when you open your mouth, I was like, 'Whoa!'"

Watch video footage of the performance below.

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