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Watch: Teenage Girl Crushes Otis Redding Song – Leaves AGT Judges Gobsmacked

Who would have thought anyone her age would even KNOW an Otis Redding tune… let alone belt one out like this?

If you weren’t looking at the screen, you’d never believe it was a thirteen-year-old white girl singing with soul like this.

She’s got the moves to back it up, too!

You’d never guess that she was the same shy little girl that answered the softball questions the judges gave her to help her loosen up.

It’s not the polished twenty-somethings who are already singing and making their way in life that really drive the staying-power of shows like this one. Not at all.

It’s the unlikely heroes. The retirees, the kids, the folks who blow us away because we would never in a thousand years guessed that they had ‘THAT’ in them.

Good luck on the show, Courtney Hadwin, but in our books, you’re already a winner.

And we’re pretty sure we’ll be seeing more from you in the future.

Whether you’re young or old, people, let her example serve as a challenge to chase your dreams.

Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):

Why be average? It’s so overrated.

Everyone does that.

You need to Do Epic Sh-t.

If you don’t think so, add some more meat to your diet and read this while you wait for your steak to grill:

ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:

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