Deaf singer wows crowd, judges on 'America's Got Talent'

Posted June 08, 2017

Mandy been singing since she was 4, and deaf since she was 18. "But I want to do more with my life than just give up".

It's all pretty handsome, I gotta say. "So basically I got sick, and my nerves deteriorated".

But the 29-year-old didn't let that stop her and kept pursuing music using her flawless pitch and her ability to feel vibrations to keep singing. But that didn't stop the musician from pursuing her dream to be a singer. Using "muscle memory, visual tuners, and trusting my pitch", Harvey said she found a way to keep up with her passion.

Today in things that will seriously warm your heart, a singer with hearing loss stunned the judges on America's Got Talent and even earned the coveted golden buzzer.

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There was not a dry eye in the building, as everyone was moved to tears over this emotional song and performance.

While performing her original song "Try", everyone in the room became entranced with Mandy's incredible talent.

After the song was over, Mandy received a standing ovation from the crowd. According to Simon Cowell, one of the shows judges, it was "one of the most fantastic things" he has ever witnessed. "That was one of the most unbelievable things I've ever seen and heard".

"I never think I'm going to be surprised or amazed by people", Cowell said. Each judge can press the buzzer only once per season and it sends the act straight to the quarterfinals.