One of the most recent competitors on America’s Got Talent came back and once again dazzled the judges.
You may be familiar with Courtney Hadwin if you watched American Idol’s prior season. When her audition was aired on television, it soon went viral.
Howie Mandel, a judge on America’s Got Talent, presented Courtney with the third Golden Buzzer of the season.
The kid acknowledged to Mel B that she was nervous when she entered the America’s Got Talent stage for her audition. Courtney was kindly told not to worry by the court.
She enquired about Courtney’s favorite school subject, which, predictably, was music. Courtney may not have a favorite piece of music to study in school, but judging from her audition, it is easy to conclude she enjoys the classics.
Her long, lanky arms controlled the stage, accentuating every movement she made while singing “Hard to Handle” by Otis Reading.
A Golden Buzzer during the audition rounds is one of the finest praises an artist can receive. It’s no surprise, therefore, that Courtney returned for America’s Got Talent: The Champions.
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For her comeback to AGT, Courtney opted to perform her first original song, “Pretty Little Thing,” a rock and roll number.
America’s Got Talent posted the video to their YouTube site, where it has generated over 3,000 comments from fans all around the world.
One fan commented:
I was pulling for her from the beginning, and it’s too bad she didn’t win. It’s amazing to witness Courtney take the stage and sing a song she wrote. She possesses exceptional abilities. Courtney, keep singing; you did an amazing job with this song.
Courtney, like another AGT contestant, Darci Lynne Farmer, was eliminated after week two because she did not receive enough votes to proceed in the competition
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