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America's Most Talented Kid is an American television series that originally aired on NBC in 2003. It was hosted by Mario Lopez. Three age groups were formed (4-7, 8-12, 13-15) and the children would perform songs, dance numbers, magic, and other forms. They were judged by Lance Bass and two other rotating celebrity judges. The Grand Champion of this season of "America's Most Talented Kids" was Cheyenne Kimball.
A limited-run series on NBC to compete with the growing talent-show trend in reality television, it would later move to the PAX Network with Dave Coulier as a host and judged by Daryl Sabara, Scarlett Pomers and Bobbe' J. Thompson. The Grand Champion of this season of "America's Most Talented Kids" was then 13-year-old rock violinist/singer/songwriter Antonio Pontarelli.