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WATCH: Liberty University graduate gets Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer in ‘America’s Got Talent’ audition

Nightbirde is going straight to the live shows!

Liberty University graduate competing on "America's Got Talent"
Liberty University graduate competing on "America's Got Talent"

LYNCHBURG, Va. – Her stage name is “Nightbirde,” but she certainly sounds like a songbird.

A Liberty University grad is already making waves with her “America’s Got Talent” audition.

In less than 48 hours after her audition, her original audition song, “It’s OK” is No. 1 on iTunes and her audition is the No. 2 trending video on YouTube.

30-year-old Jane Marczewski appeared on Tuesday night’s episode, earning herself Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer, which means she’s headed straight to the live shows.

Her voice wowed the judges, but it’s her story that will make you fall in love with the singer.

Marczewski was given three months to live at the beginning of 2020 and wants to provide hope through her music.

“It’s been really healing for me to write these songs telling myself everything is going to be okay and everything is going to get better and to see those songs mean something to other people, it’s the greatest reward of all time,” she said.


About the Author:

After working and going to school in Central Virginia for over five years, Lindsey’s made her way back home to the mountains.