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Teenage singing star impresses judges on America's Got Talent

14 June 2018, 12:32 | Myron Mathis

Courtney Hadwin has made it through to the next stage of America’s Got Talent after nabbing Howie Mandel’s Golden Buzzer

Why Courtney Hadwin auditioned for America's Got Talent and when she'll be on again

Courtney Hadwin gets the Golden Buzzer from Howie on America's Got Talent Season 13 Auditions Week 3 Episode on Tuesday, June 12, 2018.

Courtney, from Hesleden, auditioned in front of stars Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel, blowing them away with her powerful voice. "Oh my gosh. You are not from this era", he says seeming disappointed he can't offer her a record deal there and then.

Hadwin shocked the judges (and the audience) with her surprisingly powerful take on Otis Redding's "Hard to Handle" on Tuesday night. Watch the video to see her unbelievable performance. Comparing Hadwin to a young Joplin, Mandel recalled the story of how legendary music producer Clive Davis discovered Joplin and immediately signed her to his label.

"I'm not Clive Davis, I'm Howie Mandel". When she first hit the stage, the timid 13-year-old told the judges she was "a little bit nervous".


This wasn't Courtney's first time performing on television. "The only thing I can do for you, young lady, is give you..."

This week her audition from America's Got Talent went on TV and the result was pretty fantastic!

But despite missing out on the title, Courtney's performances on the show earned her a string of rave reviews from a new army of fans on social media.

Courtney competed in The Voice Kids UK previous year but missed out on the top prize.



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