Goosebumps! 9-year-old girl makes history with AGT opera performance

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENT — Episode 1606 — Pictured: Victory Brinker — (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

(WJW) — A 9-year-old girl who sings opera made history on “America’s Got Talent” Tuesday after a performance that blew the judges away.

Victory Brinker, of Latrobe, Pa., sang “Juliet’s Waltz” before the crowd, after admitting she was “ex-nervous,” or excited and nervous.

She also told the judges that if she won, she’d use the $1 million prize to buy judge Simon Cowell a rainbow shirt with glitter, because she said, he needs “some color.”

After her performance, Cowell said the judges were not going to give her a ‘yes.’ Instead, they counted down from five, and all of them, including the show’s host, Terry Crews, hit the Golden Buzzer, something that’s never happened on the show before.

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