Simon Cowell CANNOT Believe His Eyes When He Sees Who’s Singing Like THIS On Stage!


The thing about talent shows is that you really never know what you’re going to get. Obviously, you’ll get to see a lot of great performances but every now and then you’ll see an act that will leave you completely speechless. And that’s why I absolutely love shows like America’s Got Talent. The immensely popular show has helped America and the rest of the world to discover such incredibly talented people that would have otherwise gone completely under the radar. But with so many great acts, shortlisting picking a winner is never easy. But 2016 is seeing the return of one of the famous and most critical judges on TV, Simon Cowell. As everyone knows, Simon is never afraid to pull any punches and people often criticize him for being too harsh. So what does it take to impress Simon?

Meet Laura Bretan, a 13-year-old singer who decided to audition for America’s Got Talent. Walking on stage, it was obvious that she was very nervous. And who could blame her? With such a massive audience, a live TV broadcast, and the ever-blunt Simon Cowell making his return to TV, the pressure was o. But the moment Laura began to sing, everyone was in disbelief. Mel B., one of the judges, gave Laura the first Golden Buzzer season 11, meaning Laura received an automatic pass to the live semi-finals! But Simon’s reaction was absolutely priceless…”That didn’t just happen… I’m thinking to myself, ‘If she starts to sing, this is not gonna work.’ And then that just happened. I have never heard anything like that in all the years I’ve been doing this show. Seriously.”

Watch the video below to see the performance that is leaving everyone stunned!

via metaspoon

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