12-year-old girl amazed all four judges on 'AGT' with her incredibly powerful voice
Country singer Kadie Lynn Roberson from Kemp wowed the judges on "America's Got Talent" with her powerful singing voice.
In June 2016, Kadie Lynn, then 12, performed the kids' most loved song, "Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star," on the hit talent show.
Anyone who saw her ground-breaking performance would quickly agree that she has one of the best voices in the world.
The adopted girl had been singing since she was three years of age. Her parents, Deborah and Darrell Roberson - who she didn't consider as foster at all - gave her immense support.
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The young lady chose to try out at "America's Got Talent" in 2016.
In the viral YouTube clip, Kadie Lynn can be seen walking to the stage confidently. She then respectfully greeted judge Simon Cowell.
Simon asked her a couple of questions which uncovered that she was an adopted daughter to her foster parents.
Simon at that point gave Kadie Lynn the go-ahead. Wearing a pink dress, she stood confidently with her guitar.
In the video, the talented girl can be seen adjusting her microphone, and afterward, she struck a couple of cords. When she started singing, she instantly left Simon in awe and her mom was nearly overwhelmed behind the stage.
Kadie Lynn's confidence was boosted when the audience cheered her on. Nobody could tell that she had been a bundle of nerves minutes prior. As she sang, she also played her guitar skillfully.
Kadie Lynn rose to incredible pitches and returned so easily. It was a simple country song, yet she performed it her way. It couldn't have been done any better.
The crowd erupted in applause and cheering. Even before Kadie Lynn finished singing, they rose to give her a standing ovation.
In an interview last year, her mother, Deborah, opened up about the day she got a call from "AGT" requesting to bring her little girl to Dallas for a tryout, according to Athens Daily Review.
“Kadie was getting ready to release her first single 'Stronger,'" she said. “I just didn't think we had time, she was about to start a radio tour.”
The supportive mother didn't understand the reason why they were calling since Kadie Lynn tried out the previous year.
Deborah then told the producer they had already gone that route. But the producer insisted he was adamant about Kadie Lynn auditioning once more.
At first, the mother was reluctant but eventually gave in to him.