Sofie Dossi

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An American gymnast, contortionist, TV personality, and social media influencer is named Sofie Dossi. She first gained notoriety when she was selected as a Golden Buzzer winner in the eleventh season of the reality TV program “America’s Got Talent.” Dossi, a California native, has always had a passion for dance and gymnastics. She became aware that she could do it after seeing the “Cirque du Soleil” contortionist’s performance online. She participated in “America’s Got Talent” in 2016 and immediately won over the judges and the audience with her routine. Ultimately, Dossi emerged as one of the season’s finals and concluded the competition. She became a well-known online personality after that. On her YouTube account, she has over 2.7 million subscribers and around 305 million views. In addition, she has amassed over 36,000, over 130,000, and around 1.6 million followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, respectively. She also has a Live.Me account, where she has been nominated for a 2017 Streamy Award thanks to her live-streaming performances.

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Gain Notoriety by Sofie Dossi

On May 31, 2016, the eleventh season of NBC’s reality competition series “America’s Got Talent” debuted, featuring appearances by Sofie Dossi. Howie Mandel, Mel B, and Heidi Klum—three of the four judges from the previous season—as well as host Nick Cannon made a comeback. As the fourth judge of the season, Simon Cowell, the creator, replaced Howard Stern. 23 episodes of “America’s Got Talent” were shown that season. September 14 was the broadcast date of the season finale.

In round two, when Reba McEntire was the guest judge, Dossi made her debut on the program. All four judges gave her initial performance, which involved eating an apple and using her feet to shoot an arrow, positive ratings. But McEntire gave her the golden buzzer for her second performance of the evening, which effectively got her a promotion to the live shows.

She then gave a performance in the second week of the quarterfinals, going on to the semifinals. Dossi was the ninth competitor to compete in the second week of the semi-finals, and she advanced to the finals via “dunkin’ save.”

In the first round of the finals on September 13, Dossi gave her final performance on the show. She placed among the top 10 contestants at the end of the season. The winner turned out to be singer-ukulele player Grace VanderWaal, with mentalists and magicians The Clairvoyants coming in second.

Dossi’s public persona began with her participation in the television show “America’s Got Talent.” Between 2016 and 2017, she appeared three times on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Additionally, she had appearances on “The Doctors,” “Good Mythical Morning,” “Physics Girl,” and “The Talent Show” (2018). In addition, Dossi has given live performances all around the world and has been featured on billboards.

Dossi’s success on social media is mostly due to her family. Her mother homeschools her so that she can manage her hectic travel schedule. The majority of the equipment she utilizes is made by her father. Zak, her brother, serves as her primary camera operator, editor, co-producer, and co-star. In addition, Zak has a channel of his own with over 500 thousand views and roughly 40,000 subscribers.

Actressing is another goal for Sofie Dossi. In a 2016 episode of the comedy series “K.C. Undercover” on Disney Channel, she made her on-screen debut. In 2017, she made another appearance in an episode of the Disney Channel comedy series “Bizaardvark.” She was cast as Dani in Brat’s web series “Boss Cheer” in 2018.

Individual Life of Sofie Dossi

On June 21, 2001, Sofie Dossi was born in Cypress, California, to Abir and Mike Dossi. Zak is the name of her elder brother. Her father runs a business, while her mother teaches Pilates. She has always liked dancing and gymnastics, and since contortionism so wonderfully blends the two, she eventually became one. Her flexible back ended up working to her benefit. She realized she was different after seeing the “Cirque du Soleil” contortionist perform and realizing she could do the same. That was when she was twelve years old.

She learned most of her skills on her own and used to watch TV with her head on her feet because she thought it was “fun.” In an interview with ABC News, she disclosed that she would frequently watch “SpongeBob SquarePants” or “Tom & Jerry” and enjoy her time by pulling her feet up over her head on the couch.

Dossi, who is self-taught, not only practices her skills but also creates new ones. At the moment, the family resides in Southern California. Dossi has converted their living room into a training space. The room is now completely furnished with mats and Dossi’s equipment, leaving no space for a couch.

Net worth of Sofie Dossi

The estimated net worth of Sofie Dossi is about $1 million.