Tommy Morrissey may only have one arm but he is currently ranked 2nd in the state of Florida and 7th in the world in golf.
Two Ethiopian kids known as The Kiriku Brothers blew Steve Harvey's mind on "Little Big Shots" with their high-flying stunts.
The world's oldest burlesque dancer taught Steve Harvey a thing or two about the art of the tease on "Little Big Shots: Forever Young."
On “Little Big Shots: Forever Young,” Steve Harvey ended up in a push-up contest with 81-year-old Ernestine Shepherd, the world’s oldest female competitive bodybuilder.
YouTube sensations Gramma and Ginga visit Steve Harvey in this "Little Big Shots: Forever Young" first look.
On Little Big Shots, Steve Harvey was impressed when 9-year-old JD McCrary brought his vocal powers to the Jackson 5 tune "I Want You Back."
Steve Harvey had the screws put to him on Little Big Shots when a 6-year-old environmentalist named Henry pointed out that maintaining a clean environment is everyone's responsibility -- including Harvey's.
Steve Harvey brought back 7-year-old Akash Vukoti to Little Big Shots, where the host quizzed Akash on "words from the hood," like "libala."
Gavin Stevens is a 7-year-old from Eastvale, Calif., who made a name for himself after singing the national anthem at a Los Angeles Kings hockey game. On Sunday, he joined Steve Harvey on "Little Big Shots" for another performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Steve Harvey’s new show, Little Big Shots officially premiered on Sunday and NBC showcased the most talented and extraordinary kids from all over the world. There were many gifted children that guested the premiere and their talents weren’t limited to music, dancing, storytelling, hypnotism and choir conducting. Steve Harvey and Ellen Degeneres are both executive producers on this NBC family friendly show that is on at 8pm on Sundays.