Who is Nightbirde on America’s Got Talent?
Nightbirde is a 30-year-old vocalist who auditioned on America’s Got Talent season 16. Jane Marczweski, professionally known as Nightbirde, is from Long Beach, CA. However, she resides in Zanesville, Ohio. Jane is one of six siblings, Jason, Andrew, John, Mitch Jr., and Katelyn. Furthermore, her mother’s name is Sharon and her father is Mitchell C.Marczweski.
Additionally, she hold an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Jane sang her original song titled ” It’s ok” on the platform. She received a standing ovation from all the judges and audience and received a golden buzzer from judge Simon Cowell.
During her audition process on America’s Got Talent, Jane, aka Nightbirde, said some lines which are so meaningful. As a cancer patient, she has been through some challenging situations and learned it the hard way. When one of the judges, Howie, suggested that nobody would ever know the pain of her journey, Nightbirde replied
Thank you, It’s important that everyone knows that I’m so much more than the bad things that happen to me. … You can’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before you decide to be happy.”
Jane was diagnosed with terminal cancer on the New Year Eve of 2019. She elaborated about her condition in her blog post and wrote:
“innumerable tumours were found throughout my lungs, liver, lymph nodes, ribs and spine.” “I’m completely blown away, overwhelmed, speechless,” Nightbirde said while reflecting on her audition. “It’s going to take me a long time to even comprehend what happened. [It’s] so amazing. “
Marriage & Husband
Nightbirde was married to her sweetheart Jeremy Antonio Claudio. Jeremy is also an aspiring pop singer from Brooklyn, New York. However, he chose to pursue working in Nashville, Tennessee.
The two got engaged on 17th March 2015 and tied the knot in September of the same year. However, their marriage did not last long enough. According to her Instagram posts and blogs, her husband left her when she needed him the most.
Regarding the same topic, Nightbirde once wrote, ” The cancer was gone. But my brain caught up with it all; something broke. I later found out that all the tragedy at once caused physical head trauma, and my brain was sending false signals of excruciating pain and panic”.