Goth-Opera Singer Andrew De Leon Returns to ‘America’s Got Talent’ in Wild Card Round
Earlier this season, 'America's Got Talent' contestant Andrew De Leon proceeded to wow the judges, viewers and Loudwire readers with his striking operatic vocals (and Marilyn Manson-inspired appearance), but had to go home when he was eliminated at the end of June. But his journey isn't over yet: De Leon was one of a dozen former contestants who returned to the show last night (Aug. 21) for its wild card round.
Each of the three 'Talent' judges were given the power to bring back four acts, and De Leon was chosen by Howie Mandel -- and the singer made the most of his second chance, delivering a Spanish version of 'Unbreak My Heart' in his signature style that brought the audience to its feet.
As E! reports, although the judges called De Leon's performance "sensational," he was up against plenty of competition -- and viewers won't know how it all worked out until tonight, when the voting results are revealed and we find out which of the wild card contestants are given a spot in the 'America's Got Talent' semifinals.
In the meantime, you can check out De Leon's performance of 'Unbreak My Heart' below. Would you vote for him?
Watch Andrew De Leon Perform 'Unbreak My Heart' on 'America's Got Talent'