One of America’s Got Talent’s most recent contestants returned to the stage and wowed the judges once more.
If you watched the previous season of American Idol, you’re probably familiar with Courtney Hadwin. Her audition quickly went viral after it was broadcast on television.
Courtney received the season’s third Golden Buzzer from America’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel.
When she walked onto America’s Got Talent stage for her audition, the youngster admitted to judging Mel B that she was terrified. The judge was kind enough to tell Courtney not to be concerned.
She inquired about Courtney’s favorite school subject, which was, unsurprisingly, music. Courtney doesn’t have a favorite piece of music to study in school, but based on her audition, it’s safe to say she prefers the classics.
She commanded the stage with her long, lanky arms, highlighting every movement she made while singing “Hard to Handle” by Otis Reading.
One of the highest compliments an artist can receive is a Golden Buzzer during the audition rounds. As a result, it’s no surprise that Courtney returned for America’s Got Talent: The Champions.
This season, they’re bringing back the best of the best from all of the Got Talent events, not just AGT. Susan Boyle received the season’s first Golden Buzzer!
Courtney chose to sing her first original song, a rock and roll tune called «Pretty Little Thing,» for her return to AGT.
The video was uploaded by America’s Got Talent on their YouTube account, where it has received over 3,000 comments from fans all over the world.
One supporter wrote:
I was rooting for her from the start, and it’s a shame she didn’t win. It’s incredible to see Courtney take the stage and perform a song she composed. She has fantastic skills. Keep singing, Courtney; you did an excellent job with this song.
Courtney, like another AGT star, Darci Lynne Farmer, could not earn enough votes to advance in the competition and was sent home after week 2.
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