Salt Lake City – You may think that you have heard the end of “War of the War”. But 11-year-old Angelica Hale wants to make sure you never forget it.
According to USA Today, Hale is a kidney transplant survivor who appeared in “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” on Monday night and got a golden buzzer after she performed “Fight Song.”
Hale finished second in the second quarter of 2017, losing to the whispering scholar Darci Lynne Farmer, fascinated the crowd with her hit songs by Rachel Platten.
“Tonight, I really compete for my position on the ‘AGT: Champion’, I think this song really applies to what I am doing today,” Hale said.
Heidi Klum’s reaction was: “You are like the little boss lady; you are here to win.”
Howie Mandel’s reaction was: “You appeared and tore off the ceiling of the theater,” Mandel said. “Do you know, that is your battle song, if I can do anything I will help you win this battle.”
Mandel hit Golden Buzzer, which automatically sends Hale to the next round.
“I have always been a fighter. When I was 4 years old, my kidneys stopped working and I needed a new kidney transplant,” Hale revealed. “Thank God, my mother is a game, she gave me her kidneys…. Never stop fighting because you never know what will happen.”
Golden Buzzer: Earlier this month, Susan Boyle returned to the stage of “AGT: The Champions”. Her performance also won the Golden Buzzer.
Combat songs: Many people will remember that “Battle Songs” is the theme song of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. That song is not yet mature.