Christina and Ali from "America's Got Talent 2010" are one of the Top 48 acts in Season 5 of the NBC talent competition series. Christina and Ali
are singing sisters who are 13 and 20 years old respectively. Both they and their two other siblings suffer from cystic fibrosis. They sang "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus
for their audition in Portland, Oregon.
Christina and Ali are sisters from Idaho Falls, Idaho, who since childhood, have continually astonished audiences with their singing and songwriting
Christina and Ali in "America's Got Talent 2010"
talents. But even bigger than their voices, is their spirit. Christina and Ali, along with their other two siblings were diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when they were small. Initially performing as soloists, the girls came together last year to sing Miley Cyrus's "The Climb," at their older sister's funeral as a special tribute. Each have their unique strengths—Ali is a vocal Swiss Army knife and can yodel, while Christina leaves listeners stunned by the tiny girl with the giant voice. The girls love to shop, eat, and of course, sing. Christina and Ali dream of inspiring people who face challenges, or who have lost hope. Their message is that each day is a gift where there is joy to be experienced and dreams to be realized while navigating our personal trials.