Simon gave them Golden Buzzer but Started Crying Right After… You Will Be Surprised to Know Why…

Hello, everyone. Allow us to introduce ourselves. My name is Zoe, and we represent the Mzanzi Youth Choir, originating from the vibrant township of Soweto in Johannesburg, South Africa.

You might be wondering about our journey and how it all began. Well, it’s a story with a touching beginning and an uplifting ending. Exactly two decades ago, our founders, Yanni and Marina Simon, experienced a carjacking incident perpetrated by young individuals.

Rather than succumbing to bitterness, they saw this as an opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people. Thus, the Mzanzi Youth Choir was born.

Now, fast forward to the present day. You may be curious as to why we decided to participate in America’s Got Talent this year. The answer is simple: America’s Got Talent is the world’s largest talent competition, with the power to inspire and instill hope in people from all walks of life.

During our audition, we chose to perform a song that holds great significance to us. “It’s Okay” was not just a musical selection; it was a tribute to a dear member of our AGT family, Jane, affectionately known as Nightbird, who tragically passed away.

Her rendition of this song deeply touched us, and we felt compelled to honor her memory by performing it ourselves.

The emotional resonance of our performance was palpable, and the judges’ heartfelt response only added to its impact. Simon Cowell’s suggestion of giving back to the audience, dedicating the performance to Jane, was a moment of immense significance for us.

In conclusion, our journey with the Mzanzi Youth Choir has been one of resilience, inspiration, and hope. Through our music, we strive to uplift spirits, spread positivity, and continue the legacy of those who have touched our lives.

Thank you for your support, and may we all find strength in music, unity, and love.

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