Courtney Hadwin performed on Tuesday's episode of the USA talent show and blew the judges away with her rendition of Otis Redding's Hard to Handle.
Courtney Hadwin will go straight to the live shows after her performance on Tuesday's episode of the talent show.
Watch Courtney's audition below! But even shaky nerves couldn't suppress the shy 13-year-old's striking stage presence.
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She admitted she was nervous when she took to the stage in spite of encouragement from Mel B - but quickly left the judges stunned with her performance of Hard To Handle, Simon Cowell looking particularly astonished by her powerful voice.
"Bloody hell Courtney", a usually frosty Simon Cowell.
"She is really shy", her father says at her audition for America's Got Talent.
Before coming to 'America's Got Talent, ' Hadwin previously competed on 'The Voice Kids UK, ' where she made it to the final rounds of competition.
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"I always said that if I was going to do another show it would be America's Got Talent as is is such a big one". "I had a dream that you pushed the Golden Buzzer!"
Full-time mum Annemarie Hawdin, who also has daughter Melissa, nine, and son Paul, 11, said she was so proud of Courtney.
The video of her audition has been viewed more than 50 million times.
When the song ended she got a standing ovation, much to her dad's delight, who was watching with host Tyra Banks from backstage.
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