Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

'Shy' singer blows away America's Got Talent judges

'Shy' singer blows away America's Got Talent judges

"I know this is a big stage and there's lots of people here but you are here for a reason, so go for it and good luck", America's Got Talent judge Mel B told a visibly nervous Courtney Hadwin just before her performance.

However Courtney's already been making quite a name for herself with her unbelievable voice, performing at local events and keeping fans up to date with her latest news on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

When the song ended she got a standing ovation, much to her dad's delight, who was watching with host Tyra Banks from backstage.

Before pressing the button, Howie raved about how Courtney's skills are "out of this era" before calling her the next Janis Joplin. After she was done rocking out, the judges were quick to shower Courtney with praise. "You were this shy little thing when you came out. I mean, genuinely incredible".

Where have you seen her before?

"Oh my gosh! You are not from this era".

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Mandel went on to recount the story of Clive Davis discovering Janice Joplin at the Monterey Pop Festival, and signing her to a contract that went on to launch her into superstardom. Mandel shared, as he leaned over to smack the coveted Golden Buzzer, sending her directly to the live rounds of the competition. "I'm not Clive Davis".

Watch her performance on the video below. "The only thing I can do for you young lady is give you", Mandel explained before hitting the Golden Buzzer.

America's Got Talent is an American reality television series aired on NBC, and part of the global Got Talent franchise.

"America's Got Talent" returns for its fourth night of auditions next Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CityTV.

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