Watch this homeless girl get the golden buzzer on America’s Got Talent


Sometimes magical things happen.

“Baltimore teenager Jayna Brown wowed everyone on Wednesday night’s episode of “America’s Got Talent” — especially guest judge Louis Tomlinson of One Direction, who hit the golden buzzer to send the 14-year-old singer straight to the next round of the competition.”

Her voice was beyond amazing for any age, let alone a 14 year old.

Jayna certainly seems like an old soul wise beyond her years.

Her performance of Andra Day’s “Rise Up” earned a standing ovation from the audience and the judges of popular show.

“You, young lady, have just turned this competition upside down,” judge Simon Cowell said.

The gracious teen also opened up about her family’s extreme financial struggles, sharing that she and her mom are currently homeless.

No surprise she was so selfless about her golden buzzer success and said:

“There’s so much at stake here. I feel like it’s an opportunity to give back to my mom,” Brown said.

After Tomlinson awarded her the golden buzzer, Brown ran to embrace her mom in the audience (and get a hug from the One Direction start as well)
We’re not much into this show, but watch a few of the trending youtube videos on it and are really hoping Jayna wins the season for her talent and family.

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