Angelica Hale made history in America's Got Talent, receiving two-time Golden Buzzer

Filipino-American child singer Angelica Hale once again showed her astonishing comeback at the America's Got Talent. The child singer has made history who received the two-time Golden Buzzer. In 2017 AGT she finished second place where she eared her first Golden Buzzer. To her comeback, the 11 year-old Hale performed a spectacular rendition of Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" 

🎉 HUGE congratulations to @angelicahale on becoming the first two-time #GoldenBuzzer in@AGT history! 🎉
 — NBC Entertainment (@nbc) January 22, 2019

Audience and judges gave her a standing ovation, but inspired judge Howie Mandel to push her his Golden Buzzer, which lead her to automatic final 10.

What a fighter! 👏 @angelicahale brings the house down with "Fight Song" on @AGT!
 — NBC Entertainment (@nbc) January 22, 2019

"When people show up on this show, the level of competition is much higher. Just by the title, you are amongst champions. You show up and you ripped the ceiling off this theater. That was your fight song and if I can do anything, I am gong to help you win this fight," he told the 11-year-old singer.

Overwhelmed to what had happened, Hale burst into tears and said: "I can't believe this is actually happening to me. I never expected this to happen. I wanted to thank you so much. This is a dream come true."

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