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Canadian Singer Roberta Battaglia Wins 4th Place On  'America's Got Talent'

All good things come to an end. This holds true for Canadian Singer Roberta Battaglia who took home 4th place on the coveted 'America's Got Talent'.

And Canadians couldn't be more proud. 

She may not have won the $1 million prize this season, but this talented young singer won the hearts of Canadians, our U.S counterparts, and the world.

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Canadians all across the country rooted for her to bring the heat in the famous talent competition and she did not disappoint. 

Battaglia's very first jaw-dropping performance blew judges away with her cover of Lady Gaga's "Shallow" that garnered her not only a standing ovation but a Golden Buzzer.

Her audition also gained 33 million views on Youtube.

Although all her performances shined through, time after time, it was only fitting that one of her last performances be as True North as possible, with a memorable rendition of fellow Canadian Alessia Cara’s “Scars to Your Beautiful.” 

Cara even took to Instagram to congratulate the young performer.

"This angel girl (and fellow canadian) covered my song on AGT tonight and I'm so flattered. 11 years-old and absolutely killed it. congratulations!!! x," she said on Instagram.

Other prominent Canadians congratulated the young singer too. 

Battaglia also took to Instagram to let her fans and followers know that she will be returning to her home in the north as she bid farewell to LA.

"Going home 🇨🇦 Till next time LA. It was so much fun 🇺🇲," she wrote in her caption.

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