Celine Tam, 9, Takes "Massive Step Up" on America's Got Talent

Lawrence Kim
September 14, 2017

Singing Ed Sheeran's "Castle on the Hill", which they dedicated to service members serving overseas, and performing some synchronized dance moves, In the Stairwell garnered a standing ovation from the four judges, Howie Mandel, Mel B., Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell. Clearly, it pays off for the 10-year-old.

Howie Mandel told Harvey that she "transcend hearing, and it's because of what you do".

Wednesday is results night for America's Got Talent season 12, as the NBC talent competition keeps narrowing the field ahead of next week's grand finals. "The song was ideal for you, the way you controlled the song was fantastic". "I thought, 'This girl's going to be incredible'". "I am so glad you kept the cheesy, awkward choreography".

On the August 22 episode, Simon Cowell said the performance by Harvey, 29, was stunning. All four agree that America got it right when they put Cloud through to the final via the Dunkin' Save.

Despite having "the worst robot I've ever seen in my life", according to Cowell, dancer Merrick Hanna also received pretty decent praise from the judges.

Check out Angelica and her attractive voice in the video below, and please SHARE if you think she has what it takes to win the entire competition! Like I said last week, the only risk is mediocrity.

"There was one point where it was like, boom!"

In the video below, posted on September 12, 2017, sweet little Angelica starts singing "Without You" by EDM artist David Guetta, featuring Usher, for the crowd. "Then you just did what you did and I loved it!" Added Mel B., "Now that's how you kill it on AGT". He also brought the Spice Girls singer, Heidi Klum, Cowell and Howie Mandel to their feet. Do you like the risky changes she made to the popular song? One of them will make the cut at the last minute thanks to a live audience save, either on the America's Got Talent app or by voting on the show's website.

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