English singer Courtney Hadwin left everyone amazed with her mind-blowing rendition of "River Deep Mountain High" on America's Got Talent finals.
Wearing a shiny burgundy and gold suit at first, the teen singer surprised everyone with her angsty version of the Tina Turner song. She even took off her jacket to reveal a white shirt that is fit for the rock-and-roll vibe. It garnered praises from the judges, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Simon Cowell, and Mel B.
Possible Win For Hadwin
"I love everything about you! I love your look, I love your style, I love your voice, I love your performance," Mandel said.
"I think the world does too! We are watching a superstar in the making right here on America's Got Talent," he added.
Cowell also shared the same sentiments as Mandel. He told the teen singer that the most vital aspect about any artist is his or her ability to be remembered, and she does just that. Cowell also told her that people remember her every single time she performs.
According to the producer who is known for being hard to please, Hadwin is more than just a good singer. She is a trendsetter.
Hadwin's Great Performances
Notably, spectators of the popular show has been looking out for the singer since she performed "Hard to Handle" by Otis Redding during her audition. The phenomenal performance even earned a Golden Buzzer.
Despite all the positive remarks that she got, she was humble when asked about her future plans. The performer said that everyone was so great and unique and she is not sure who is going to win the ultimate prize.
However, even though she would not win the prize, she is certain the she will pursue singing. But if she prevails as the ultimate victor, she already has plans on what she would do with the staggering $1 million prize.
According to her, she plans to release her own music and show her fans her original pieces. The spectacular musician also hopes to do concerts.
The singer also garnered praises in the old pieces she performed, including "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" by James Brown during the first quarterfinal. Raising the bar, she then sang "Born To Be Wild" by Steppenwolf during the second semi-final.