In a telephone interview from her hometown of Pittsburgh she came across as politely humble, almost shy. Like any other girl entering the teenage years, she wasn't always certain how to respond, somewhat hesitant at times about the way to word her answers. Yet, she also realizes that she has made it to the big time and is appreciative for where she is at today.
The best part of being famous wasn't easily narrowed down for Evancho.
are a lot of things," said Evancho. "I get to travel all over the world
and meet lots of people. I think my favorite is that I get stopped by
people along the way and they tell me how much they like my singing.
And, even though I don't have the public school experience, I'm willing
to give that up to be able to sing."Read complete interview HERE.