burn survivor kechi okwuchi
Nigerian-born plane crash survivor, Kechi Okwuchi, once again wowed judges and audience at the judges-cut stage of the America’s Got Talent show and performed a moving cover of John Hiatt’s ‘Have a Little Faith in Me’.
Although, her journey in the America’s Got Talent competition ended at this stage, but she is happy she got this far.
After her performance, one of the judges, Simon, stated that she made it to this stage not because of her story but as a direct result of her talent.
Kechi then shared some photos from where she watched the show herself with kids at the Shriner’s Hospital for Children at Galveston.
She also revealed that she was on the ‘Today show’ this morning at 8 on NBC, and her clip was shown.
Tonight was overwhelming…idk. I got to watch the show with all the @shrinershospitals kids, fellow burns survivors, and it was just so fulfilling…and now. Live shows, huh. I’m just so grateful to God, guys, for allowing me to get this far, and I’m eternally grateful to Seal and Simon for saying the words I needed to hear: that I deserved to be on the show based on my voice, not just my story. And thank YOU all, for being with me through this journey ❤️❤️??? and finally, thank you @agt !! Cos even if it ends here, my dreams have already come true! @howiemandel @heidiklum @officialmelb @simoncowell @tyrabanks ?
I was on the Today show this morning at 8 on NBC, guys! They showed my clip ?and I got to brag about @shrinershospitals and what it does for its patients, myself included?none of these things would happen if it weren’t for you guys who decided I was worth following, so thank you and THANK GOD FOR YOU!!! @agt
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