"Like so many TV shows, 'America's Got Talent' has been forced to pivot away from its glitzy stage extravaganzas to stripped-down, remotely produced episodes. But even though production shutdowns were mandated to slow the spread of the coronavirus have changed how 'America's Got Talent' looks, the new format gave an Oregon contestant a chance to make quite an impression in Tuesday nights episode," Oregon Live reports. Erin McCarthy, a voice teacher who lives on a farm in Oregon, pursued a career as an opera singer when she was in her early 20s. But "life happened, and it just didn't work out." She then explained that she's "hoping that this is a fresh start for me as a singer, and that I can get back on the horse." Then the camera pulls back to reveal her in a full gown sitting on a horse! When it came time for the judges to cast their votes, three judges voted yes, advancing her to the next round. Simon Cowell voted no, but remarked, "I do love you though. You are funny."

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