title iconThe teaser video of Aubrey Burchell's performance on 'America's Got Talent wows the judges

The North Huntingdon singer Aubrey Burchell has teased her fans about her upcoming appearance on the NBC show "America's Got Talent" by teasing about her appearance before the judges shortly.

She has now been given a date and will be making her debut on the Season 17 episode, which will be broadcast at 8 p.m. on September 25th.NBC has just released a video on YouTube showing the 21-year-old wowing the judges with an emotional rendition of The Weeknd's "Call Out My Name" that is available below.

The judges were moved by Burchell's emotional declaration that she had recently been diagnosed with level 1 autism spectrum disorder. She was wearing a flowered dress and black boots.

She has a dream to not only sell out arenas and win Grammy Awards, but also get the word out that with autism, you can not only do what you love and keep at it, but you can also challenge the status quo. She finished with a song that she had written, which brought tears to her eyes once again as the audience stood to their feet. Terry Crews, the host of the show, said as much.

A great deal of praise and praise was given to her by the judges, including Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Sofia Vergara. Heidi Klum praised both her voice and her “very cool look.”

As for every note in the performance, Cowell said, it didn't matter if it wasn't perfect, as we were just watching someone's career take off and that was what matters. A unanimous vote from all four judges selected Burchell to continue in the competition. In 2018, Burchell was ranked among the top 70 in the competition on ABC's "American Idol".

She's been honing her talents ever since then, performing at bars, wineries, and other venues in the area over the weekend not only by writing songs in the R&B and pop vein but also by writing and recording her music.

The "AGT" judges were told that she works as a personal shopper at a Target store in North Huntingdon, and during her breaks she sings in the restroom to pass the time. The ten-year-old Burchell began performing at fundraising events in the area when he was a child. Her singing career began in Jeannette's former Keystone Cafe when she was 14 years old.

source: trib live