!! OMG, a gothic opera: The surprising audition on ‘America’s Got Talent’ !!

Andrew De Leon — the goth kid who auditioned for America’s Got Talent in Austin — gave an admirable performance of Puccini’s “O Mio Babbino Caro,” especially if it’s true that he’s never sang in public before, buuuuuut here’s what the song is really supposed to sound like, courtesy of diva Maria Callas:

(via WOW)

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3 Comments on "OMG, a gothic opera: The surprising audition on ‘America’s Got Talent’"

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  2. I give Andrew De Leon lots of props for being his firs time singing in public. He did a wonderful job and left me stunned at his voice. You can’t judge a book by its cover as he’s shown us that, I think he could possibly be the next Susan Boyle. There’s nothing like watching my primetime shows commercial free now that I’ve upgraded to the Hopper. I’m happy to be able to use the Auto Hop feature, which was just recently released. This option doesn’t delete or block commercials it offers you the option to skip those annoying commercials. One of my coworkers at Dish showed me how Auto Hop works which is my new favorite feature. I always fast forward too fast through the commercials sometimes, then I have to rewind back to the start of the next scene. This feature will prevent the batteries from dying so fast in my remote.

  3. I loved seeing him perform, it was just one of those moments that takes your breath away. I hope his story holds to be true, because it’s an amazing, and inspiring one.

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