AGT singer Nightbirde quits show after Golden Buzzer earner reveals her cancer has taken a 'turn for the worse'
AMERICA'S Got Talent singer Nightbirde has quit the show after the Golden Buzzer earner revealed her cancer has now taken a "turn for the worse."
The 30-year-old, real name Jane Marczewski, impressed Simon Cowell so much with her emotional performance he decided to send her straight to the live shows.
Nightbirde took to Instagram to share a black-and-white photo of herself looking away, as she wrote: "Sharing my heart with the world on AGT has been an honor and a dream come true. My point of view this summer has been astounding.
"What a miracle that the pain I’ve walked through can be reworked into beauty that makes people all over the world open their eyes wider."
She continued: "Since my audition, my health has taken a turn for the worse and the fight with cancer is demanding all of my energy and attention.
"I am so sad to announce that I won’t be able to continue forward on this season of AGT. Life doesn’t always give breaks to those that deserve it—but we knew that already."
Nightbirde concluded: "Thank you for all your support, it means the world to me. Stay with me, I’ll be better soon. I’m planning my future, not my legacy. Pretty beat up, but I’ve still got dreams."
FANS SHOW NIGHTBIRDE SUPPORT
Fans rushed to the comments section to support the musician, as one person wrote: "You already won…AGT champion or not. Sending up prayers."
Another wrote: "You’re still the winner in so many eyes. Sending many prayers for a full recovery," while a third added, "You are such an inspiration for so many people."
During her original AGT audition, Nightbirde revealed to the judges and crowd she had “some cancer in my lungs and spine and my liver."
She added doctors had given her only a 2 percent chance of survival, as judge Howie Mandel said, “So… you’re not OK?”
Nightbirde responded: “Well, not in every way, no.”
On a previous blog post on her website, Nightbirde revealed that in 2019, she was diagnosed with terminal cancer after “innumerable tumors were found throughout my lungs, liver, lymph nodes, ribs, and spine," and she was told she had "six months to live."
In July 2020 she went into remission, however, the cancer would return.
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