Louis Tomlinson Can't Handle This Amazing Teen On 'America's Got Talent'
NOTHING USHERS IN AN UNSTOPPABLE TIDAL WAVE OF TEARS LIKE WATCHING PEOPLE RUN AND HUG THEIR MOMS AS THEIR DREAMS ARE COMING TRUE. NOTHING.
I need to stop watching televised singing competitions, you guys.
The amount of emotional currency required to make it all the way through Jayna Brown's performance on Wednesday's episode of “America's Got Talent” is frankly more than most of our hearts can afford to spend.
I WANT HER TO SING DURING EVERY MAJOR TURNING POINT IN MY LIFE, OK?!
The 14-year-old performed Andra Day's “Rise Up” to a packed house of standing, swaying insta-fans, including judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Melanie Brown, Heidi Klum and Louis Tomlinson.
Before hitting — you guessed it — THE GOLDEN GODDAMN BUZZER, Louis rightfully praised Brown for having the total star package and an “infectious” presence.
BONUS: We also learned Klum grew up without the overbearing presence of a stage mom, evidenced by her inability to understand “how anyone can, like, sing and then smile at the same time.”
Oh, Heidi girl, it is beyond possible. Trust.