By Shawn Rice
Johnny Manuel performed a goosebump raising cover of “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” On America’s Got Talent. All the judges gave him a standing ovation.
Simon Cowell called Johnny a diva because he left the stage. Simon told Johnny did so well. He called this Johnny’s moment. Simon told Johnny that he would fit well in a big Broadway production. Howie Mandel said that tonight’s show just started because Johnny made him forget all other acts so far.
Heidi Klum said that Seal was right when he pushed that golden buzzer for Johnny. Heidi said that she hated calling Seal right about things. Mel B called Johnny amazing.
Johnny Manuel is a self-taught singer and songwriter. As a young child he couldn’t be pulled away from his radio and quickly began mimicking every note he heard coming out of the speakers. Manuel thrives off being on stage and the thrill of the audience’s reaction drives him to continue.
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