A singer suffering from cancer who leaves her with only a “2% chance of survival” upsets the America’s Got Talent competition.

A singer suffering from cancer who leaves her with only a “2% chance of survival” upsets the America’s Got Talent competition.

Jane Marczewski, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer, on June 9 sang a powerful original song during the auditions for America’s Got Talent singing competition.

A title recounting his difficult journey over the past 12 months that moved Simon Cowell. The juror triggered the Golden Buzzer to send Nightbirde, the stage name of Jane Marczewski, directly to the final stages of the NBC show.

“During my last analyzes, there were traces of the disease in my lungs, my spinal cord and my liver,” said the 30-year-old candidate. Suffering from breast cancer treated in 2017 with chemotherapy and a double mastectomy, new tumors were then detected all over her body in November 2019, with an estimated life expectancy of 3 months to 4 years.

“I have a 2% chance of surviving but 2% is not zero,” she said in her presentation. “2% is something and I hope people will see how important it is. I want people to know that I am more than the bad things that happen to me. ”

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