Little girl from Charleston shares big voice with 'America's Got Talent' judges

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Tuesday night, Sophie Fatu made her way to the stage of "America's Got Talent".

"My God, that is so inappropriate", said Mel B while covering her eyes.

And "go for it" is exactly what she did.

The 13-year-old came across as extremely shy she stepped out, and she admitted to being very nervous when introducing herself to the judges.

From the first moment Hadwin began to sing, judge Simon Cowell was absolutely floored, and he had nothing but praise for the unbelievable songstress after her performance. "And then you sing and you're like a lion", Cowell told her. "I am a huge Janis Joplin fan".

And Howie hits the Golden Buzzer putting Courtney straight through to the Live Shows.

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When "Hard to Handle" blared from the speakers, she began thrashing around the stage while belting out the song in her rich and soulful voice. "I mean, genuinely, incredible". After she was done rocking out, the judges were quick to shower Courtney with praise.

"I'm not Clive Davis, I'm Howie Mandel".

"I can't sign you to a record deal".

"This is the worst act we've had", rasped Simon Cowell after watching caterpillar comedian Sethward perform his metamorphosis act on the third audition episode of "America's Got Talent".

However Howie was so floored he said: 'The only thing I can do for you young lady...' as he dramatically launched an arm up and smashed the buzzer, while the other judges lost their proverbial.

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