'You were this shy little thing when you came out.
13-year-old singer Courtney Hadwin hit the stage for a performance on Tuesday night (June 12) - and her singing skills were so good that Howie Mandel hit the golden buzzer after her audition! "Oh my gosh. You are not from this era", he says seeming disappointed he can't offer her a record deal there and then.
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She received a standing ovation from the crowd who cracked up over her jokes.
This week her audition from America's Got Talent went on TV and the result was pretty wonderful! When the Black Crowes song, "Hard to Handle", began playing, the shy little girl, all of the sudden, looked like she was possessed by the spirit of Janis Joplin.
Each judge gets to press the golden buzzer only once per series for acts they think deserve to go straight to the quarter finals, bypassing the next rounds of auditions.
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Courtney had previously been a finalist on The Voice Kids UK, but has gained plenty of new fans - Twitter exploding after her performance.
"I knew I recognized you", Simon Cowell exclaimed. 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. Courtney danced around on stage, belting out the lyrics, while everyone in the audience was shocked by the young performer.
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