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The Clean Cut: ‘Little Big Shots’ features talented kids, including Trick Shot Titus and Bruce Lee nunchuck routine

Trick Shot Titus scores a basket from a platform suspended in the air on "Little Big Shots."
Trick Shot Titus scores a basket from a platform suspended in the air on "Little Big Shots."
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A new show on NBC features talented children, from a 5-year-old performing Bruce Lee’s nunchuck routine to a 4-year-old scoring baskets from a platform suspended in the air.

NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” produced by Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey, showcases the talents of children.

Titus Ashby, known as Trick Shot Titus, displayed his basketball abilities on the show. A YouTube video shows Titus making shots from a platform suspended in the air.

Jeffrey, 10, and Celine, 7, performed “You Raise Me Up” on the March 8 show. Their performance has been viewed over 1 million times on YouTube.

Ryusei, 5, performed the same nunchuck routine Bruce Lee performed in “Game of Death.” His video has been viewed over 2 million times on YouTube.

The March premiere of "Little Big Shots," which had over 14.8 million viewers, prompted NBC to renew the show for a second season, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Watch “Trick-Shot-Titus” on YouTube here.

Watch Jeffrey and Celine perform “You Raise Me Up” on YouTube here.

Watch Ryusei’s Bruce Lee performance on YouTube here.

Watch other Clean Cuts here.

The Clean Cut is a daily feature that highlights family friendly videos.

Lindsey Williams writes for the the Faith and Family sections of DeseretNews.com