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Two young singers once again blew America's Got Talent's judges and audience on Tuesday night.
Angelica Hale, 10, and Celine Tam, nine, both competed for a spot as finalists on Tuesday night's show, with Celine, who revealed previously she was named in honor of Celine Dion, defending her place in the competition with a rousing performance of How Far I'll Go, from the Moana soundtrack, released in 2016.
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Meanwhile, Angelica showed off her talents with a flawless rendition of David Guetta and Usher's 2011 hit Without You.
Celine, who first visited the show with her parents and her little sister Dionne (also named in tribute to the Canadian singer), earned a golden buzzer during her first audition in August.
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Since then, the young singer, who advanced straight to the live shows thanks to that distinction, has wowed the judges, once impeccable performance after the other.
Only on one occasion did Mel suggest Celine's song of choice, Whitney Houston's When You Believe, was 'too big' for her, but she was promptly booed by her fellow judges, who supported the girl.
Celine seemed entirely in her...
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