14-Year-Old Courtney Hadwin Receives Standing Ovation With Powerful Performance On ‘America’s Got Talent’

“America’s Got Talent” discovered another little superstar!

14-year-old singer Courtney Hadwin – who earned a golden buzzer during her first audition thanks to her powerful pipes – returned to the stage for the hit NBC show’s quarterfinals on Tuesday. 

Performing a cover of James Brown’s 1965 hit “Papa’s
Got A Brand New Bag,” the teenager showed off her dynamic range by hitting
some insanely high notes. She even delivered impressive choreography – as she
moonwalked across the stage and even hopped around on one foot!

Courtney scored a standing ovation from “AGT’s”
judges – Simon Cowell, Mel B, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum – with Simon even
doing a lap around the table in astonishment.

While the contestant may have won over the judges, America
now has the power to vote on who which 12 acts will make it through to the
semi-finals. 

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