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A 74 Years-Old Man Decides To Take The Chance And Change His Life Around On America’s Got Talent
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It’s never too late to pursue your dream, right? Well this man called ‘Frank’ at 74 years-old decided he wanted to perform on America’s Got Talent. He had bartended for 40 years and has finally retired, but he wasn’t retired from making his dream come true, which was to perform live in front of an audience. He decided to sing “I’ve Got The World On A String” which amazed the crowd and judges, as his voice suited his selection very well. His classic choice of song and his smooth voice paired effortlessly well together.

The audiences started to clap during his performance to add depth to the beat of the music, at the end of his performance he said that he always wanted to be a singer but his stutter prevented him as it broke down his confidence to pursue his dream. One judge responded “better late than never”, which shows that it’s never too late to pursue your dream! All four judges on the panel gave him yes’s, and he was quite surprised with the positive feedback. How inspiring!

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