Youth Choir Honors Nightbirde on AMERICA’s GOT TALENT, Receives Golden Buzzer
Mzansi Youth Choir honored Jane “Nightbirde” Marczewski on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT.
In a recent video on Nightbirde’s Instagram, the source of the caption wrote, “As many of you saw last night, we honored Jane on by performing “it’s Ok” on the same stage Jane did, and they also received the golden buzzer like Jane did.”
“Jane’s story, her music, her faith and her hope have traveled all the way across the globe and has given hope and encouragement to millions. A beautiful reminder that music is healing and Jane’s words were something we all needed,” the source wrote.
Judge Howie Mandell stated, “I’ll always remember Nightbirde. And to see that it touched people on the other side of the globe is unbelievable. You deserve so more than a yes, you deserve a thank you for being here.”
When the choir was asked why they chose Nightbirde’s song they responded with, “When we heard Nightbirde singing the song on this stage, we were very inspired and touched by her story that we decided to record the song. To our surprise, she responded so beautifully. This song has been such a pillar of strength for us as a choir through difficult times. We just want to continue her legacy and that’s why we chose the song.”
previously reported on Nightbirde’s performance on AGT:
While attending Liberty University in Virginia, everyone who heard Nightbirde sing knew she would make it in the music industry. However, her cancer, which she first beat when she was 29 years old, just scraped the surface of her hardships. Faithwire reported: “Just days after her diagnosis and only weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic began, Nightbirde’s husband, whom she described in a blog post as ‘My One Great Love,’ walked away from their marriage.” However, before singing an original song called “It’s OK,” Marcweski noted that her happiness is not rooted in her circumstances. “It’s important that everyone knows that I’m so much more than the bad things that happened to me,” she told the judges. Marcweski described the song as “a story of the last year of my life.” Although Marcweski explained that she had only a 2% chance of beating her cancer this time around, she quickly added: “But 2% is not 0%. Two percent is something, and I wish people knew how amazing it is.”