“I’m Getting A Little Better”

Jane “Nightbirde” Marczewski, a singer who received the Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell on America has talent, provided an update on her cancer treatment after she withdrew from the talent competition in August.

Speaking to Chris Cuomo on Tuesday, the singer said the treatment has gone well, if not a little slow.

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“It is happening little by little, little by little, day by day. I’m getting a little better, ”he told the CNN host. “I received a scan result and a lot of things that were there disappeared. A lot of important things have gone down in size, so we’re on our way. “

In June, the Ohio native caused a sensation with her EIGHT audition, where he performed his original number “It’s Okay”. Cowell honored the singer with the coveted Golden Buzzer and her fellow panelists honored her with a standing ovation.

Months after her audition, Nightbirde left the NBC show and shared that her “fight against cancer demands all of my energy and attention.”

Now making some positive advances in his treatment, Marczewski reflected on fighting cancer in the public eye and how his experience with his rare disease has given him a new perspective on life, especially with Thanksgiving Day. around the corner.

“Life is so imperfect and there are so many difficult and unfair things mixed in, sometimes we don’t recognize that our dreams are happening and miracles are happening,” he reflected. “The miracle I wanted: I wish I could avoid the pain, that this would go away super fast.”

She continued: “There are 100 different miracles in the fight. If I only take the ones that taste sweet, I won’t get any miracles at all. So I am grateful for everything I have. “

He also spoke with Cuomo about his next steps, which include writing more music and putting together an album. Check out the full clip from the interview below.

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