AGT Star Caly Bevier Gets Married — Revisit Her Life from Cancer Fight to Golden Buzzer
Cancer survivor and “America’s Got Talent” star Caly Bevier who stunned the world during her time on the show, announces that she is married.
The “America’s Got Talent” alum wanted everyone to share her joyous moment as she took to her Instagram to share the news of her marriage.
The photos that were shared were with her husband from their wedding day, showing them in a warm embrace and celebratory mood. She captioned the photos with, “I married the love of my life last night in the company of my closest friends and family.”
Caly Bevier doesn't let any negativity get to her, and she is inspired by the idea of grounding herself in things and people she loves and also in her potential.
As reported by Talent Recap, the American singer auditioned for America’s Got Talent back in 2016 on season 11 of the show at just 16 years old. During her audition, she spoke about surviving Ovarian Cancer.
The audience and Judges were both astonished during her performance as she sang Rachel Platten’s “ Fight Song.” She especially made a huge impression on Simon Cowell, who was one of the judges, and he pressed his Golden Buzzer, which sent her straight to the live shows in Hollywood.
As noted by her website, the cancer survivor grew up in northwest Ohio with her parents and siblings. She was diagnosed at age 15 with stage 3 Ovarian Cancer.
This was a massive battle for her at a very young age, and rather than fall into the stage of depression, her passion for music grew. She recorded a version of Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song,” while sick and her father posted the video on Facebook.
This was the beginning of a lifetime opportunity that led her to perform at a fundraiser which went viral, got her to be a guest on Ellen DeGeneres show who surprised her by bringing Rachel Platten out to sing with Caly Bevier, which then eventually got her to audition on "America’s Got Talent."
As reported by Yahoo! Sports, Caly Bevier doesn't let any negativity get to her, and she is inspired by the idea of grounding herself in things and people she loves and also in her potential. She believes it is the most critical aspect of how she gets through her trauma and moves forward with her music.
The singer has songs of her own, some of which include “Head Held High (2018)”, “Hate U Sometimes (2019)”, “See you now (2020)”.