Celine Tam’s Song Choice On America’s Got Talent Is Called ‘Too Big’ By Mel B But Simon Cowell Defends
By Shawn Rice
Celine Tam sang on top of what appeared to be a claim for her live performance on America’s Got Talent. However, one judge felt that the song was a bit too much for the young singer.
Mel B said that the song was too big for her. She said that Celine should have picked a different song. However, Heidi Klum called Celine the cutest little thing. She said that she could still hear the innocence in Celine. Heidi could see Broadway and movies.
Howie Mandel said that Celine is not totally polished. He predicted that America would find Celine adorable. Simon Cowell told Mel to remember how young Celine is. Simon was impressed how she controlled the song in the second half. Simon said that Celine did great.
Celine Tam is an eight-year-old female singer from Hong Kong. She has been singing since the age of three and has performed at events all over the world, winning nine events
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