By Shawn Rice
Merrick Hanna, a 12-year-old, told an emotional story through dance. Try to hold back the tears! In his introduction, Merrick is shown with his father, Shawn, and grandmother, who Merrick credited as an influence because she takes four dance classes as week at age 80.
After getting a standing ovation from the judges, Simon Cowell told Merrick that he would love to have him dance in music videos for his artists and that he will show this video to his record label immediately.
Howie Mandel said he was left “teary-eyed” by Merrick’s nearly 2-minute performance to “I Built a Friend” — the Alec Benjamin song about a robot built and then discarded and “fried.”
What did you think of the performance? Let us know in the comments section.
America’s Got Talent Social Media Reactions
— Jami L (@lewisjami21) May 31, 2017
He deserved the golden buzzer. Amazing performance . Can’t wait to see what he does next! ❤️AGT best family show on TV
— tate4trump (@ElyzabethTate) May 31, 2017
— President Wright (@DangItsMrWright) May 31, 2017
omggg so proud, just watched the video and i’m literally in love with you bothhe should dance in one of your music videos
— lara (@_DKLAra) May 31, 2017
— Justin Livingston (@carljustin03) May 31, 2017
— Leonardo Dell’Anno (@Usualsuspectguy) May 31, 2017
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