Courtney Hadwin gets Golden Buzzer from Howie on America’s Got Talent 2018
Fellow judgeHowie Mandel was so impressed he hit the gold buzzer sending her through to the live shows.
The youngster appeared quite nervous when talking to the judges before her performance but came into her element when she started singingOtis Redding classic Hard to Handle. After she was done rocking out, the judges were quick to shower Courtney with praise.
Watch the adorable audition below!
But once the music begins, Courtney sparks to life with her jerky dance moves and Steven Tyler-esque voice.
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Before she launched into the 1968 tune, judgeMel B said: 'I know this is a big stage with lots of people here but you're here for a reason to go for it and good luck'.
When the song ended she got a standing ovation, much to her dad's delight, who was watching with host Tyra Banks from backstage. "Oh my gosh. You are not from this era", he says seeming disappointed he can't offer her a record deal there and then.
"Mr. Simon I had a dream about you", Sophie said. Howie said as he hit the Golden Buzzer.
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