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Akshat Singh from India's Got Talent appears on Ellen DeGeners show
The child prodigy from India Akshat Singh has been invited to the famous talk show in the Hollywood 'The Ellen DeGeners Show' to showcase his skills. Everyone seems to be bewitched by Akshat's tremendous performance, and his dancing skills. Akshat got the standing ovation from the crowd that kept chanting 'once more - once more' after his performance. In the end Ellen also gifted him the toy motorcycle with his name written on it.
Ellen herself looked mesmerised by his performance and seems to shaking legs with Akshat, who showed off his Bollywood-style moves. The trademark move of this Salman Khan fan - playing with the belt - was also on display

Kolkata-based Akshat singh, who is just eight-years old, has become one of the entertaining idols by performing on famous Indian television show 'India's got Talent' like his favourite actor Salman Khan, he inspired his look from the Salman's blockbuster movie Dabanng, where the superstar acted as the corrupt cop.

Akshat also seen wearing the same police uniform and rode his toy scooter and danced to the songs of his favourite actor. The energy and expression of the boy is outstanding and when he perform the crowd just go gaga over it.

One of the famous American Chat shows in Hollywood, the host Ellen has interviewed famous people including the US President Barack Obama and soccer star David Beckham on her show. The show has also won 32 Daytime Emmy Awards as of 2011.
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