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Toddler Hears Talented 11-Yr-Old Playing Violin And Becomes Her Biggest Tiny Fan.

Some kids are so talented that they don’t have to wait until they’re older to develop their own fan base.

Karolina Protsenko of Los Angeles, California, is one of those gifted children. At just 11 years old, she’s already an accomplished violinist and has perhaps the cutest superfan in the world.


Karolina mainly covers popular songs, releasing her first album of unique renditions in 2018. She never misses an opportunity to play in front of a live audience, often heading into crowded marketplaces and city streets to share her incredible talent with the world.

One sunny day, Karolina performed in a cobblestone courtyard. As she began a stirring cover of “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion, an adorable toddler wandered up to her with the best reaction she could have asked for.


In a video of their heartwarming encounter, it’s obvious that the little one is transfixed as she gazes at Karolina. At one point, she even runs to take her mother by the hand and attempts to drag her closer because she’s so excited.


As Celine Dion’s hit comes to an end, the toddler cautiously approaches Karolina as she fiddles with her laptop to prepare her final song. Sensing that the little girl is completely awestruck, Karolina reaches out and gives her head the sweetest little pat. It’s the perfect way to greet her newest fan!


This toddler isn’t the only one who’s impressed and inspired by Karolina. The young musician has almost 3,00,000 subscribers on social media, and something tells us this won’t be the last time someone is mesmerized by her playing.

Watch Karolina impress her biggest little fan in the video below, and be sure to share this precious interaction with others.

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