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Watch: 9-year-old Celine Tam gets the golden buzzer on America's Got Talent

A 9-year-old girl from Hong Kong booked a spot in the live shows of "America's Got Talent" by earning a coveted golden buzzer on Tuesday.

Celine Tam stunned the judges panel with Michael Bolton's ballad "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" during the show.

Watch her performance:

Guest judge and "Orange Is the New Black" actress Laverne Cox couldn't hide how she felt.

"I just want to eat you up and like take you home. You're so adorable and so cute and your voice is amazing! You're so talented. Thank you so much. I'm really blown away. You're so talented. Unbelievable. So adorable. I might just have to..." Cox said before enthusiastically pressing down on the golden buzzer.

A jubilant Celine was showered by golden confetti falling from the rafters. After the show, she took to social media to thank the actress and her audience:

Getting the golden buzzer means she'll progress straight to the reality TV show's live round.

Celine shot to fame in June singing Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" on America's Got Talent.

Incidentally, she has a sister named Dion, and her parents are big fans of Celine Dion.

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