title iconAn inspiring performance by Aubrey Burchell on 'AGT' features The Weeknd's 'Call Out My Name'

As a 21-year-old, this young woman is showing everyone that they too can follow their dreams. It's time for the next season of “America's Got Talent” to kick off and singer Aubrey Burchell is on hand to perform a cover of The Weeknd's “Call Out My Name”.While introducing herself, she explained that she works at Target and that during her breaks, she sets up a camera in the bathroom to practice singing as she works.

"I would like to sell out arenas all over the world shortly." "My dream is to be a Grammy award winner one day," she says when asked about her ambitions. “And most of all, especially as a newly diagnosed level 1 autistic," Burchell continues, "I struggled for a very large portion of my life, and I want to demonstrate to other young autistics who are suffering in silence that you can follow your passion, and you don't have to fit in or do what everyone else does, and just eat on your passion."

Burchell then performs the cover of the song, bringing to the song a lot of emotion and raising a lot of cheers for her incredible voice as she sings. The singer, who was in tears at the end of the performance, received a huge standing ovation from both the audience and the judges.“The voice you have, Heidi Klum tells me, is fantastic, fantastic, fantastic.”

Simon Cowell goes on to add, "I think that the fact that you made that song your version was genius.". It was an absolute genius move." Adding to his opinion, he added, "I seriously believe that we are about to witness the skyrocketing of somebody's career for the first time.