Mandel shared, as he leaned over to smack the coveted Golden Buzzer, sending her directly to the live rounds of the competition.
The schoolgirl from Peterlee will now be in the running for the $1m (£750,000) prize money on the NBC show.
For the rest of the song the audience are on their feet, as she belts out the 1968 song - and the performance finishes with a standing ovation from everyone in the auditorium.
Howie Mandel seemed equally impressed with her audition. Channeling her inner Janis Joplin, the young singer delivered a memorable performance that left a huge impression on the judges, especially Simon Cowell. "The only thing I can do for you, young lady, is..." The judge marveled, "You are not from this era". "I had a dream that you pushed the Golden Buzzer!" "I've never seen anything like that", host Tyra Banks said of her performance.
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Noah Guthrie - who appeared on 12 episodes of Glee season six as Roderick Meeks, the first member of the rebooted glee club, New Directions - wowed the AGT judges on Tuesday night's episode with his rendition of Rihanna's "Love on the Brain".
Prior to singing, all Hadwin could say was that she was "nervous", but Mel B assured her she would be fine.
Courtney is no stranger to talent shows - she also competed in The Voice Kids in 2017 and was mentored by McFly and McBusted star Danny Jones. "It was the first time Janis Joplin got signed and that changed her life".