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America's Got Talent contestant Courtney Hadwin earns golden buzzer from Howie Mandel

14 June 2018, 12:32 | Regina Holmes

Singer, 13, earns Howie Mandel's golden buzzer on America's Got Talent

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Courtney Hadwin took the stage on Tuesday's "America's Got Talent" as a bashful 13-year-old barely able to address the panelists.

An incredibly shy girl stunned audiences and judges on "America's Got Talent" with a voice from a different time.

The British teen, who initially admitted that she was "a little bit nervous", wowed the panel of celebrity judges with her performance of Otis Redding's Hard to Handle.

The schoolgirl was supporting music legends Sister Sledge at the annual event, which saw her manage to get the crowd on their feet during her energetic three-song set. "You were this shy little thing when you came out".

Judge Howie Mandel goes on to liken her to Janis Joplin. Then you sing and you're like a lion. The judge marveled, "You are not from this era". "I'm not Clive Davis".




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

Fellow judge Howie Mandel was so impressed he hit the gold buzzer sending her through to the live shows. Watch the video to see her incredible performance. "I'm Howie Mandel. The only thing I can do for you, young lady, is give you..."

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

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.



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