After going viral for a photo of her staring at First Lady Michelle Obama's portrait, 4-year-old Parker Curry gets her own version.
Despite being born with spina bifida, which left her partially paralyzed, Mayli Gibson lives by the motto, “I can do anything that I want to, I just do it a little different."
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.
Betty White stood up to racism when she refused to take African-American tap dancer Arthur Duncan off her show back in the ’50s.
In this exclusive "Little Big Shots" clip, a 10-year-old motivational speaker named King Nahh decides to take matters into his own hands to try and cure his hiccups while talking to host Steve Harvey.
Young Nathan Bockstahler brought his hilarious and adorable 7-year-old self to Little Big Shots, impressing funnyman Steve Harvey.
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.
Ellen DeGeneres is an executive producer on the hit show Little Big Shots, hosted and also produced by Steve Harvey. It stars a bunch of Steve Harveys, and it got us thinking, what other shows could we give the all Steve Harvey mashup treatment to? Harvey has hosted, produced, or created a slew of shows, and so we got a little creative with some of them, and hopefully they’ll all turn into award winners.
10-year-old performer Bella swung by “Little Big Shots” to show off her contortionist skills to Steve Harvey.
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, things got both Italian and adorable as the “Jersey Pizza Boys,” Michael and Nicholas Testa, stopped by to show off their pizza-spinning skills. The father of the 12- and 10-year-olds owns Carmine’s Pizza Factory in downtown Jersey City, N.J. Ever since a viral video hit the Web of these two shorties spinning dough, they have become mini media darlings. Set to appear on Little Big Shots with Steve Harvey this Sunday, Nicholas Testa couldn’t help but mention how much he loved Universal Studios, to which Fallon replied, “I have a ride there, you know.
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."