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Entertainment Archie Williams Puts A Soulful Spin On A Beatles Classic For ‘AGT’ Finals

10:36  23 september  2020
10:36  23 september  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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For his " AGT " finals performance, Williams selected a powerful song to cover: the Beatles '… During this season of “America’s Got Talent”, Archie Williams has been adept at choosing songs that speak to his unique experience of being imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, released after serving 36

On Tuesday's finals , Williams sang The Beatles classic "Blackbird," which judge Sofia Vergara called his best performance. And in the semifinals, she won viewers' votes with her soulful rendition of "Who You Are" by Jessie For the finals , Leake, who is Mandel's Golden Buzzer winner and AGT 's

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During this season of "America's Got Talent", Archie Williams has been adept at choosing songs that speak to his unique experience of being imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, released after serving 36 years when evidence emerged that cleared him.

For his "AGT" finals performance, Williams selected a powerful song to cover: The Beatles' "Blackbird".

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Archie Williams sings in the “ AGT ” quarterfinals. Archie ’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ Journey So Far. Archie shared his story in his Season 15 audition Simon Cowell was so moved by Archie ’s story that he decided to become an Ambassador for the Innocence Project, which works to put an end to

Williams has become an “ AGT ” fan favourite this season, for his powerful voice but also his amazing story, having spent 36 years behind bars until evidence emerged that exonerated him. RELATED: Archie Williams Puts A Soulful Spin On A Beatles Classic For ‘ AGT ’ Finals .

The performance was an emotional one, particularly when Williams' sang the lyrics "take these broken wings and learn to fly."

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The judges were moved, with Sofia Vergara telling Williams that this performance was his best of the season, while Heidi Klum said that he'd earned a special place in her heart.

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