Month After Contestant Tragically Passed Away, “America’s Got Talent” Released His Incredible Audition 3k

Brandon Rogers was only 29 years old and hopeful to follow his dreams and become a star when he tragically passed away on June 11, 2017.

Weeks before the tragic event, he had decided to audition on “America’s Got Talent” through persuasion of his family and friends who encouraged him to follow his dream to be a singer, and he was ready to do that with their support.

He experienced a horrific event at a young age, he came home to find his mom lying on the floor, covered in blood. After the whole ordeal and witnessing doctors save her life, he was inspired to become a doctor himself and worked tirelessly to achieve it.

“If I could find a way to combine being a doctor and medicine with music and singing, that would be a dream come true,” he told producers.

After his family had to to grieve, they contacted the show and gave the producers permission to air his audition, to do it in his loving memory and for the world to see him doing what he loved most, singing.

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