Jane Marczweski, Nightbirde, America's Got Talent, Agt, Nightbirde Agt, 'America's Got Talent' Contestant Nightbirde Withdraws Due To Worsening Health | Abs-Cbn News

Jane Marczweski, Nightbirde

'America's Got Talent' contestant Nightbirde withdraws due to worsening health

Singer Jane Marczweski said her health 'has taken a turn for the worse' and her fight with cancer 'is demanding all of my energy and attention.'

8/3/2021 4:27:00 PM

GET WELL SOON, NIGHTBIRDIE. Hindi magpapatuloy sa final round ng America's Got Talent si 'Nightbirdie' dahil sa lagay ng kaniyang kalusugan. Una niyang napukaw ang atensiyon ng marami sa kanyang talent at magandang disposisyon sa buhay. BASAHIN:

Singer Jane Marczweski said her health 'has taken a turn for the worse' and her fight with cancer 'is demanding all of my energy and attention.'

Marczweski, who made the announcement on her social media pages, said being part of the competition was a dream come true, but her health "has taken a turn for the worse" and her fight with cancer "is demanding all of my energy and attention."

Robredo: Filipinos should not allow another Marcos to reign Robredo urges govt to launch free testing sites 'Slow' vaccine distribution remains a problem — Robredo

"Sharing my heart with the world on AGT has been an honor and a dream come true. My point of view this summer has been astounding. What a miracle that the pain I’ve walked through can be reworked into beauty that makes people all over the world open their eyes wider," Marczweski wrote.

"I am so sad to announce that I won’t be able to continue forward on this season of AGT. Life doesn’t always give breaks to those that deserve it—but we knew that already."The 30-year-old singer, who earned the coveted golden buzzer on the show, also thanked her fans for their support. headtopics.com

"Thank you for all your support, it means the world to me. Stay with me, I’ll be better soon. I’m planning my future, not my legacy. Pretty beat up, but I’ve still got dreams," she wrote.Marczweski performed an original song, "It's Okay," for her audition, which is about "the story of the last year of my life." 

Her performance moved the judges, especially Simon Cowell, who gave her the golden buzzer, which automatically qualified her to the final round of the talent competition.Watch her full performance here: Read more: ABS-CBN News »

What’s the issue with Octa Research?

Lawmakers grill Octa Research over its COVID-19 surge projections, source of funding, political surveys, and possible conflict of interest

Pakitama po ang spelling. Praying for your recovery 🙏❤️ ‘Nightbirde’ ang name niya, not ‘Nightbirdie’ Praying for her 🙏🏼

Rama asks Philhealth to pay hospitalsCebu City Acting Mayor Michael Rama is appealing to the state health insurance Philhealth to pay their dues to hospitals, especially private hospitals

NCR at 'high risk' again due to rising COVID-19 casesThe National Capital Region has returned to 'high risk' classification due to rising COVID-19 cases, according to the Department of Health

Miss World Philippines postpones coronation nightMiss World Philippines postpones the coronation night due to the ECQ restrictions. Read the full story HERE:

'The X Factor' axed after 17 yearsBritish broadcaster ITV says they have 'no current plans' to revive Simon Cowell's music talent show after it went on hiatus in 2018.

'I'm fighting for my community' says Miss South Africa's first transgender contestantThe first transgender contestant in South Africa's national beauty pageant, 24-year-old Lehlogonolo Machaba hopes she will inspire greater acceptance of the LGBTQI community.

Ilang ospital sa Cebu City punuan naNapupuno na ang mga ospital sa Cebu dahil sa mga pasyenteng nagkakaroon ng sintomas ng COVID-19. Read: