After amazing the judges, and stealing America's heart in her audition, Oxford High School graduate Ava Swiss is moving forward on  America's Got Talent. 

Last week the world caught Ava's audition for the popular NBC talent competition. Before she sang she told the judges that she was inside Oxford High School during the tragic shooting that took place in November of last year along with her younger brother. She explained her emotions, the feelings she had losing friends, and how music was helping her heal.

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Although Swiss gained notoriety shortly after the tragedy when she sang the song “Rise up” by Andra Day during the candlelight vigil following the Oxford High School shooting, she chose a different song for her audition. Swiss flawlessly sang “Remember” by Lauren Daigle for her audition and completely blew the judges away.

Receiving a "YES" from every judge that night, Swiss has been waiting for her big live performance on the AGT stage...and now the wait is over. Swiss will sing her heart out live on America's Got Talent on Tuesday, August 9th. The show airs starting at 8 pm on NBC.

Swiss announced the official date on her Facebook page, Ava Swiss Music, which has gained a ton of followers since her first appearance on the show. As of now, we aren't sure what song Swiss will be performing for the next round, but there's no doubt she will be amazing.

Good Luck Ava, Michigan is cheering you on!

Take another look at her audition video below.

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