America’s Got Talent: A homeless teenager received the final golden buzzer from Tomlinson

The final golden buzzer on “America’s Got Talent” has given to Jayna Brown, a homeless teenager from Baltimore Wednesday night. The young singer was visibly trembling as she stood in front of the One Direction star.

“It is not just one thing with you,” Tomlinson told her. “It’s not just the voice. It’s not just the performance. You have everything and it is so infectious to watch you perform!” Judge Simon Cowell declared: “You, young lady, have just turned this competition upside down.”

Jayna Brown is a versatile talent who is most well known as a singer. She publishes her covers to her YouTube channel MissJay0926. Performing since the age of 4, she learned early on to play piano and has taken dance, voice, and acting lessons.

America’s Got Talent (AGT) is an American reality television series on the NBC television network, and part of the global British Got Talent franchise. It is a talent show that features singers, dancers, magicians, comedians, and other performers of all ages challenging for the publicized top prize of one million dollars. The show debuted in June 2006 for the summer television season.

In this season eleven, 2016, guest judges were invited to the judges cut week for the second year. The guest judges again had the ability to employ the golden buzzer to skirt the other judges and advance an act to the live shows. The first guest judge, Ne-Yo, seemed at the invitation of judging panel in episode seven of season eleven, which aired on July 12, 2016. Reba McIntyre appeared at the invitation of judging panel in episode eight of season eleven, which aired July 13, 2016. George Lopez appeared at the invitation of judging panel in episode nine of season eleven, which aired on July 19, 2016. Louis Tomlinson will appear at the invitation of judging panel in episode ten of season eleven, which will air on July 20, 2016.

The common selection process of the show starts with distinct producers’ auditions held in various cities across the United States, some of which host only the producers’ auditions, and some of which also host judges’ auditions held in theaters. This round is held numerous months before the judges’ audition. Acts that have made it through the producers’ audition then audition in front of the judges and a live audience.

Familiarized in season nine, the “Golden Buzzer” is placed in the center of the judges’ desk. Each judge may press this buzzer once per season to save an act from removal, regardless of the number of X’s earned. Starting in season 10, any act that receives a golden buzzer advances directly onto the live show; as of season 11, host Nick Cannon is permitted to use the buzzer as well.

The season ten premiered on May 26, 2015. Producer auditions started on November 2, 2014, in Tampa. Other audition sites included Nashville, Richmond (Virginia), New York, Chicago, St. Louis, San Antonio, Albuquerque, San Francisco, Seattle, Boise, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

On September 16, Paul Zerdin was declared the winner of the season, making him the second ventriloquist to win. Comedian Drew Lynch was runner-up, and magician mentalist Oz Pearlman was in Third Place.

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