16-Yr-Old Twins Wow “Voice” Judges With Flawless ABBA Cover.

Twin sisters Katie and Aoife grew up singing together in Ireland thanks to their father, who is a musician. They loved it so much that they made their family watch their performances all the time when they were little (even before they really knew how to sing). Fortunately, their loved ones were always ready to cheer them on!

These days, the siblings are 16 years old and have nearly perfected their powerful voices! We’re certainly not the only ones who think so. They were recently given a chance to audition for “The Voice UK,” and they nailed it!

With their supportive relatives in tow, the teens took the stage to sing “Chiquitita,” a popular ABBA song. The original is gorgeous all on its own, particularly because of its spotless harmonies, but Katie and Aoife somehow managed to make it even more beautiful!

When they stepped into the spotlight, they showed absolutely no sign of nervousness and truly looked like they belonged there. Then they dove right in with an introduction so strong that judge Meghan Trainor turned around within the first 30 seconds.

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By the time they were done, Katie and Aoife had the whole audience cheering for them! Even better, they received nothing but praise from the four judges, who were wowed by their talent — and their great personalities!


These impressive siblings have obviously put in a lot of work since their early days of family performances. Now, they can sing in wonderful harmony and even give ABBA a run for their money! We have no doubt that they will go far, especially with their loved ones and Trainor, their new coach, helping them along!

Watch them steal hearts in the video below, and be sure to share this story with your fellow ABBA fans.

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