Jane Marczewski, better known by her stage name Nightbirde, announced on Monday that she was stepping down from America has talent Season 16 will focus on his battle with cancer.
The inspiring singer-songwriter, who won Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer in June after performing an original song called “It’s OK,” told the judges she had lung cancer, spine and cancer. liver, but clarified, “I’m so much more than the bad things that happen to me. (Click here to watch her hearing.)
Now, unfortunately, these bad things are preventing him from staying in the competition.
“Share my heart with the world on EIGHT has been an honor and a dream come true, ”the singer wrote in an Instagram post on Monday. “My perspective this summer has been astounding. What a miracle that the pain I have been through can be transformed into beauty that makes people all over the world open their eyes wider. “
She continued, “Since my hearing my health has deteriorated and the fight against cancer demands all of my energy and attention. I am so sad to announce that I will not be able to continue this season of EIGHT. Life doesn’t always give those who deserve a break, but we already knew that.
Nightbirde’s post ended with a message of gratitude to all who have supported his journey so far. “Thanks for all your support, it means the world to me,” she wrote. “Stay with me, it will be better soon.” I plan my future, not my inheritance. Enough beaten, but I still have dreams.
Check out Nightbirde’s full Instagram post below:
America has talent finished their Season 16 auditions on July 20, when the judges had to reduce their 150+ approved acts to just 36. Those lucky acts will return for the quarterfinals on Tuesday August 10 (8 / 7c).