Jane Marczewski, an artist known by her stage name Nightbirde, who procured an army of adherents subsequent to being a candidate on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” has passed on after a fight with disease, her family affirmed.
“We, her family, are crushed by her passing and incredible misfortune,” the Marczewski family said in an articulation, given by NBC. Marczewski battled malignant growth for a considerable length of time and passed on Feb. 19, her family said.
The artist grabbed the eye of many subsequent to conveying a shocking tryout keep going year on “America’s Got Talent,” playing out a unique melody called “It’s OK.” During her exhibition, she uncovered to the appointed authorities that she was fighting malignant growth that had spread to her lungs, spine and liver. She dazzled adjudicator Simon Cowell with her energy and resolve.
“You can hardly wait until life isn’t hard any longer before you choose to be content,” she told the appointed authorities. Cowell granted Marczewski a desired “brilliant bell,” which exceptional her to the following round of contest. She eventually needed to quitter, however during a virtual meeting circulated on the show, Marczewski said it was “excellent to see the world invite that tune into their own dull evening.””I’m overpowered by it,” she said, of the response to “It’s OK.”
“Your voice, your story, and your message contacted millions. Nightbirde will constantly be an individual from the ‘AGT’ family. Find happiness in the hereafter, Jane,” the show said in an explanation to CNN.Have Terry Crews and judge Heidi Klum likewise offered recognition on their own online media accounts.
“The people who knew her, partook in her awesome character and funny bone. She had a clever joke for each event regardless of whether the joke was on her,” her family added. “Her enduring heritage will be the endowment of trust she provided for so many through her music and the strength she found in Jesus. We thank everybody for their messages of adoration and backing.”