America's Got Talent: Mandy Harvey, Shania Twain perform emotional duet
The talent show finalist sang 'You're Still the One' alongside the country legend
America’s got talent, and so does Canada.
Wednesday night’s finale of the NBC competition saw country superstar (and Canada native) Shania Twain join America’s Got Talent finalist Mandy Harvey, who ended up finishing season 12 in fourth place. She wowed the judges — Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel — and audiences all season long, starting with her first performance, which earned her the Golden Buzzer from Cowell. On that June auditions episode, the 29-year-old revealed she’s been deaf since she was 10, performing barefoot and relying on vibrations to help keep beat.
For the finale, Harvey and Twain collaborated for a duet of the latter’s 1998 hit “You’re Still the One” before Twain transitioned into a performance of her new single “Life’s About to Get Good,” from her upcoming album Now (out Sept. 29).
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