5-Year-Old Covers Frank Sinatra's 'Fly Me To The Moon' And It's Stinkin' Precious

"He's so classy."

"He's so classy, and handsome, and I've been wishing to sing his songs," 5-year-old Sophie Fatu tells Ellen DeGeneres. Sophie, a contestant on the new season of Little Big Shots, is speaking about Frank Sinatra, of course, and she's about to sing his song on DeGeneres' stage. 

But first, DeGeneres asks Sophie what it was like performing on Little Big Shots, a talent show for kids co-created and produced by Steve Harvey and DeGeneres herself. 

"I wasn't scared one bit," Sophie says. 

With that, Sophie gets up to perform "Fly Me to the Moon," exuding that confidence and showing off her stellar pipes. The original 1954 track is certainly one of Sinatra's biggest hits, and over the years it's been covered by artists such as Diana Krall and Tony Bennett, among others. 

Now, we think it's safe to say that Sophie's adorable performance is just what you'll need to set your week off on the right note.

You can check it all out below:


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