‘AGT’ Star Madilyn Bailey Shares New Song Using Positive Comments This Time
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Former America’s Got Talent contestant Madilyn Bailey auditioned for the show using a song quoting her haters, and now she’s turning things around. The singer just released a new song made up of positive comments from her fans.
Madilyn Bailey Writes Song from Positive Comments
Madilyn posted a clip from the new song on Instagram, writing in the video’s caption that she “received countlessss requests for a song using POSITIVE comments,” so she “had to make this for you.”
The singer strums her guitar as she sings people’s nice comments, starting with, “I love pickles but I love you more.” Other comments include “This is angelic af” and “This is the best song yet.”
The full song is on Madilyn’s YouTube channel. With 9 million subscribers, the singer certainly had plenty of nice comments to choose from for the song. The track, called “OBSESSED,” appears on an album called the internet made me do it (the comments songs).
By the end of the video, Madilyn ended up turning the song into a tribute to her fans, who she calls her “MadFam.”
The Singer Delighted ‘AGT’ with Hate Comment Song
Last year, Madilyn auditioned for America’s Got Talent with a funny song made from hate comments she received on her videos. The crowd went wild for the performance, and the judges were impressed. All four of them voted “yes” to sending her to the next round.
Madilyn returned in the Quarterfinals with a cover of “Titanium.” Simon Cowell gave her a standing ovation, but Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum were surprised that she didn’t perform another original song. Nevertheless, she made it to the Semifinals with an audience tiebreaker in the Judges’ Choice.
In the Semifinals, Madilyn sang the original song “Red Ribbon” in tribute to her late grandmother. Mandel criticized the performance, drawing backlash from fans. Unfortunately, Madilyn didn’t make it to the Finals.