Bevier, who performed "Fight Song," is a survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer

By Karen Mizoguchi
June 21, 2016 11:00 PM

Simon Cowell has found his golden buzzer-worthy act.

On Tuesday’s America’s Got Talent, 16-year-old Calysta Bevier wowed all the judges with her amazing performance.

While introducing herself, the Ohio native explained her pixie hairdo was the result of surviving stage 3 ovarian cancer. “No matter what you’ve gone through, keep chasing your dreams,” Bevier told the crowd before belting out Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song.”

“I’ve got this incredible feeling about you, I think everyone in this room felt it, you were nervous I could feel that. I predict great things are gonna happen for you. There’s something about you,” Cowell, 56, said as he reached over to press the golden buzzer.

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Already in season 11, young musical acts have caught the eye of all the judges.

Mel B‘s golden buzzer went to 13-year-old singer Laura Bretan, Howie Mandel pressed the coveted button for 12-year-old ukulele player Grace VanderWaal and Heidi Klum selected 20-year-old pizza delivery man-turned-vocalist Sal Valentinetti for her golden choice.

America’s Got Talent airs Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on NBC.