Twelve more acts hit the stage at Radio City Music Hall with hopes of advancing to the semi-finals on "America's Got Talent." But one singer proved that sometimes it truly is better to keep things simple. A piano and her voice were all 25-year-old Cami Bradley needed to blow the judges away.
Astonishingly, she took Cher's classic '90s hit "Believe" and turned it into a tender ballad that could move the room. Her performance was so pure and sweet that it was impossible to watch without smiling and falling in love with her at least a little bit.
Hollywood Life's Avery Thompson fell in love with Cami a lot. She declared Cami's performance the top of the night. "There are not enough words to describe how fantastic this girl was. Seriously, it takes one brave soul to take on Cher," wrote Brooks. "Cami has so much star power and we can’t wait to see her breeze into the semi-finals so we can hear her sing again.”
Cami came in second in the rankings for Buddy TV's Bill King, but he worries about her future on the show. "A potential star in the making, but there's not a great success rate for singers after 'AGT,'" he wrote. "Why not 'American Idol,' Cami? They'd give you a career.”
The competition continues on "America's Got Talent," Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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