Kadie Lynn Serves Lee Ann Womack Hit Justice on ‘America’s Got Talent’ [Watch]
America's Got Talent semi-finalist Kadie Lynn Robertson had big shoes to fill when she decided to perform the Lee Ann Womack award winning hit "I Hope You Dance" on national television.
The 12-year-old hopeful took centerstage and delivered a performance that had fans and judges alike starstruck. By the time she finished the last note, judges were left in awe, giving her a round of applause while audience members were on their feet to offer her a standing ovation.
Kadie Lynn performed an innocent rendition under the spotlight. She starts off with just herself and acoustic guitar, joined by backup vocals and instruments as she enters into the chorus. The stage was set to sparkle like a candlelit barn, adding to the soothing ambiance of her presence.
Though young in age, she proves her talent is beyond her years with this tune, hitting every note perfectly all while playing her guitar at the same time. Clad in all black and elegant flowing hair, this pre-teen was right at home with all attention on her.
The young country singer has made it this far in the competition with some other country hits, too. During auditions, Kadie Lynn first got the judge's attention when she sang the Merle Haggard hit, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Star." She also performed Miranda Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart" back in July in front of celebrity guest judge Reba McEntire.