AGT judge Simon Cowell abruptly halts the audition of a young girl, sparking curiosity among the audience. However, what unfolds next is truly remarkable.

It could have been a disastrous moment, but a 12-year-old girl from Easley, South Carolina, turned an interrupted audition on “America’s Got Talent” into an unforgettable experience for both the judges and the audience.

As Ansley began her rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Think,” judge Simon Cowell unexpectedly stops her performance, expressing disdain for the background music, which he describes as “horrible, horrible.”

After some consideration, Cowell suggests that Ansley perform without any musical accompaniment. Though initially taken aback, she agrees, even accepting a sip of water from Cowell’s cup, jokingly referred to as “magic water.” The audience and judges rally behind her with enthusiastic applause.

With newfound confidence, Ansley begins singing the song with the skill and poise of a seasoned professional.

Her performance impresses all four judges, earning unanimous “yes” votes and securing her place in the next round.

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