‘America’s Got Talent’ singer Jane “Nightbirde” Marczewski dies at 31

Jane “Nightbird” Marszewski, the singer who participated in “America’s Got Talent,” died Saturday at the age of 31 after battling cancer for four years, her family said.

“We devastated her family for their unimaginable loss,” Marczewski’s family said in a statement to NBC News. the world with its messages of faith and never give up.”

The family added, “Those who knew her, enjoyed her larger-than-life personality and sense of humour. Her lasting legacy will be the gift of hope she gave to so many through her music and the strength she found in Jesus.”

America’s Got Talent has issued a statement mourning her loss.

“Your voice, your story and your message have touched millions,” America’s Got Talent said in a statement. Nightbirde will always be a member of the AGT family. Rest in peace, Jane.”

The program presenters and judges also shared their condolences on social media.

On Monday, Host Terry Crews shared a photo of Nightbirde InstagramWriting: “We love you, Nightbird.”

Judge Howie Mandel chirp On Monday that Marczewski was “such an inspiring light shining in all of our lives”. Judge Heidi Klum shared Photo The singer posted on her Instagram story, “Rest in peace.”

In August, Marczewski withdrew from the sixteenth season of the competition after participating Instagram that her health had “taken a turn for the worse” since the audition – an announcement that came after a viral performance of her original song, “It’s OK.”

“I am very sad to announce that I will not be able to continue this season of AGT,” she wrote at the time. “Life doesn’t always give breaks to those who deserve them – but we already knew that.”

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Soon after her emotional passing, the Ohio-based singer is back on the show practically To give an update on its status.

“I love you all and come back,” she said on a call with the judges. “I cannot say thank you enough for the opportunity to share my story, and I believe we are witnessing such a beautiful portrait of the human spirit and the triumph of the human spirit.”

She continued, “It has restored my faith in humanity so much to see people come together – just because of the fact that we all suffer, we all suffer and we all have the power to overcome.”

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