You're in for a real treat when Grammy-nominated singing sensation Natasha Bedingfield performs her latest hit single on the America's Got Talent results show on September 18.
Natasha's anthem for young women, Unwritten was the most played song on mainstream American radio in 2006 and she's not stopping there.
She just finished her first American tour for her second album Pocketful of Sunshine and she's heading out on another. But first, she's stopping by America's Got Talent with an entire choir behind her as she sings her new tune Angel.
It's also a big night for the Top 10 acts as someone will be eliminated.
Here are your Top Ten:
Nuttin' But Stringz, Jamaica Queens, New York (musicians)
Kaitlyn Maher, Ashburn, Virginia (four-year-old singer)
Neal E. Boyd, Silkeston, Missouri (opera singer)
Eli Mattson, Door County, Wisconsin (singer/musician)
Joseph Hall, Lincoln, Nebraska (Elvis impersonator)
Paul Salos, Garland, Texas (Frank Sinatra impersonator)
Jessica Price, Freeport, Michigan (singer/musician)
Queen Emily, Stockton, California (singer)
Donald Braswell, San Antonio, Texas (singer)
The Wright Kids, Rocky Mount, Virginia (family band)
Some real talent there but it saddens me to see nothing but singers and musicians. Where are the dancers, jugglers and magicians? It's America's Got Talent
not American Idol
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