Grace Vanderwaal
Grace Vanderwaal recently poked fun at her pug, Frankie, on Instagram. Pictured: Grace Vanderwaal at “America’s Got Talent” Season 11 Live Show at Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on Aug. 23, 2016. Getty Images/Mike Windle

“America’s Got Talent” Season 11 winner Grace Vanderwaal recently shared a hilarious video of herself imitating her pug, Frankie.

In the video posted on her Instagram account, the 12-year-old singer copies Frankie’s expression and head gestures whenever it would hear noises. The head movement is very typical of pugs, as well as majority of dog breeds. In the clip, Vanderwaal also pouts her lips to copy Frankie’s snout.

Vanderwaal got herself a dog after winning $1 million from the hit NBC reality TV show. Since then, she has been posting photos of Frankie on her account, as well as the page she created for her puppy. Vanderwaal also shared that she’s been traveling with Frankie and has brought her adorable pal along with her to some of her TV appearances.

Meanwhile, Vanderwaal was last seen on television on Dec. 29, 2016 when she performed “Frosty the Snowman” as part of the “America’s Got Talent Holiday Special.” Other performances included a song number from Justin Brian Crum and a magic trick act by Jon Dorenbos. “America’s Got Talent” judge Heidi Klum also performed with her golden buzzer pick, Sal Valentinetti. Following her performance, Klum gushed over Valentinetti saying that she’s happy she chose to give him her golden buzzer in Season 11.

Klum also praised Vanderwaal not only for her performance that night, but also for the success of her EP, “Perfectly Imperfect.” “I actually just bought it the other day!” she told Billboard. “I am still amazed at how a girl so young can have such a strong voice and presence on stage. It’s like she’s been doing this her entire career, but in reality it’s only just begun! She is an extremely talented young woman and whatever she does I’m sure it will be amazing.”

“America’s Got Talent” will return to NBC with Season 12 starting this May.