9-Year-Old’s Voice Of A Grown Woman Blows ‘America’s Got Talent’ Away

One 9-year-old little girl and a 29-year-old deaf woman each took the "America's Got Talent" stage by storm with their outstanding performances.

The hit singing competition show “America’s Got Talent” was an emotional rollercoaster Tuesday night thanks to two extraordinary singers in particular. 

One adorable 9-year-old from Atlanta named Angelica Hale blew the crowd away with her incredibly strong vocals.

After telling the judges she wanted to be “the next Whitney Houston,” she bellowed out these unexpectedly mature and controlled vocals, proving she’s well on her way to achieving that dream.

Watch her remarkable performance below.

Additionally, Mandy Harvey brought tears to audience members’ eyes as she belted out one of her own original songs called “Try.” The 29-year-old lost all of her hearing at the age of 18 and had briefly given up on her singing aspirations which began when she was just a toddler.

However, with her amazing  “America’s Got Talent” performance, she became living proof that — regardless of obstacles that come your way — you should never give up on your dreams.

Her performance was so moving and her voice was so beautiful that the judges pushed her straight through to the live shows.

Both of these phenomenal performers received standing ovations from the crowd. 

Tissues, anyone? 

Banner and thumbnail credit: Flickr, Nano Debassige

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