America’s Got Talent Contestant Nightbirde Reveals Heartbreaking Cancer Update

She doesn't go down without a fight.
America's Got Talent candidate Jane Marczewski, who goes by the stage name Nightbirde at her appearances, gave fans a sad update on August 2nd: "Sharing my heart with the world on AGT was an honor and a dream come true," wrote she continues Instagram. "My point of view this summer has been amazing. What a wonder the pain I've been through can be turned into beauty that is making people around the world open their eyes wider."
The 30-year-old Ohio native, who thrilled the jury in June with her original song "It's OK", said: "Since my audition, my health has deteriorated and the fight against cancer demands all my energy and attention. I am so sad To inform you that I cannot continue this season from AGT. "
During her audition, Nightbirde - whose performance earned her a standing ovation and Judge Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer - revealed that she had cancer of the lung, spine and liver.
America's Got Talent Golden Buzzer Moments
At the time she said: "It is important that everyone knows that I am so much more than the bad things that happen to me."
Night bird
In her Instagram post, which showed the singer with a new bald head, Nightbirde said: “Life doesn't always give those who deserve it - but we already knew that…. Stay with me, I'll be better soon. I plan my future, not my legacy. Pretty beaten up, but I still have dreams. "
America's Got Talent returns to NBC on August 10th.
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