Eleven-year-old triplets known as Dom the Bom’s Triple Threat from Henderson will showcase their skills on Sunday’s episode of NBC’s hit series “Little Big Shots” executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey, who also hosts.
The triplets have special playing card-throwing abilities and can slice a variety of fruits, vegetables and other objects with cards using a simple flick of the wrist. On “Little Big Shots,” the three siblings chat with Steve, then display their remarkable talents for the studio audience.
Here’s a YouTube video of DTB’s Triple Threat’s Season 12 audition for NBC’s “America’s Got Talent:”
Season 1 of “Little Big Shots” was the most-watched new alternative-TV series on any of the four major networks in six years and the most-watched on NBC in 10 years when it premiered last spring.
The fun and family-friendly show doesn’t have a competition element; it just celebrates amazing youngsters. Season 2 features talented tykes from The United States, Romania, Costa Rica, Brazil, India, England, Russia, Japan, China, Canada, The Philippines and The Netherlands.
The season premiere featured adorable 5-year-old Lucy from Pleasanton, California, a huge fan of Abraham Lincoln who recited The Gettysburg Address, and 6-year-old science wiz Mason of Sherman Oaks, California, who enlisted Steve’s help with an explosive experiment.