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Australia’s Got Talent star Breanna Lee is awarded the Golden Buzzer by David Walliams

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Touching moment teenage Australia’s Got Talent star Breanna Lee is awarded the Golden Buzzer by David Walliams after stunning rendition of the Cyndi Lauper hit True Colors

There wasn’t a dry eye in the home when Breanna Lee took to the stage on Australia’s Got Talent on Sunday night. 

The 16-year-old had a shaky start and let nerves get to her, with the judges gently encouraging her to begin her song again after she faltered.  

Gathering her courage, Breanna launched right into a moving rendition of the classic Cyndi Lauper hit True Colors. 

There wasn’t a dry eye in the home when Breanna Lee (pictured) took the stage on Australia’s Got Talent on Sunday night. Breanna launched right into a moving rendition of the classic Cyndi Lauper hit True Colors

The stunned judges quickly realised they’d a budding star on their hands and a Golden Buzzer-worthy audition. 

Once the teenager finished her song, the audience began chanting ‘Golden Buzzer! Golden Buzzer!’ 

Judge David Walliams heeded their call, slamming the button and leaving Breanna shocked and tearful as gold confetti rained down. 

Judge David Walliams (left) hit the Golden Buzzer leaving Breanna shocked and tearful as gold confetti rained down. Breanna now goes straight through to the Semi-Finals

Judge David Walliams (left) hit the Golden Buzzer leaving Breanna shocked and tearful as gold confetti rained down. Breanna now goes straight through to the Semi-Finals

Due to the Golden Buzzer, Breanna goes straight through to the subsequent round of the competition with a fast-tracked place within the Semi-Finals.

‘It couldn’t have been going any higher, that is all I can say. It was perfect,’ David said. 

‘You’re so brave, it was such a good looking performance. I used to be so impressed the best way you bought back on that horse, it was incredible.’ 

The 16-year-old had a shaky start and let nerves get to her, with the judges gently encouraging her to start her song again after she faltered

The 16-year-old had a shaky start and let nerves get to her, with the judges gently encouraging her to begin her song again after she faltered

'It couldn't have been going any better, that's all I can say. It was perfect,' David said. 'You are so brave, it was such a beautiful performance. I was so impressed the way you got back on that horse, it was incredible'

‘It couldn’t have been going any higher, that is all I can say. It was perfect,’ David said. ‘You’re so brave, it was such a good looking performance. I used to be so impressed the best way you bought back on that horse, it was incredible’

Breanna, a college girl from Melbourne, paid tribute to her Indigenous heritage and sang a part of the song in her native language, something she was encouraged to do by her foster family. 

She has big dreams of releasing her own album and is a fan of pop superstars Beyonce, Alicia Keys and Adele. 

A part of her inspiration is showing other First Nation children and teenagers in foster care that they’ll achieve their dreams.

Breanna, a school girl from Melbourne, paid tribute to her Indigenous heritage and sang part of the song in her native language, something she was encouraged to do by her foster family

Breanna, a college girl from Melbourne, paid tribute to her Indigenous heritage and sang a part of the song in her native language, something she was encouraged to do by her foster family

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