"She is really shy", her father says at her audition for America's Got Talent.
When Courtney Hadwin took the stage on Tuesday's "America's Got Talent", the judges didn't know what to make of the likeable yet incredibly shy young woman who stood before them. "You're from a whole different era", said Howie Mandel.
The youngster appeared quite nervous when talking to the judges before her performance but came into her element when she started singing Otis Redding classic Hard to Handle.
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"Bloody hell, Courtney!" exclaims Simon Cowell, once the 13-year-old has finished, describing her as a "lion" when she sings. The judge marveled, "You are not from this era". Watch the video to see her incredible performance. "It was the first time Janis Joplin got signed and that changed her life".
Courtney Hadwin will go straight to the live shows after her performance on Tuesday's episode of the talent show.
"I'm not Clive Davis, I'm Howie Mandel".
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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. "I'm Howie Mandel. The only thing I can do for you, young lady, is give you..." After she was done rocking out, the judges were quick to shower Courtney with praise.
Courtney competed in The Voice Kids UK a year ago but missed out on the top prize.
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