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'America's Got Talent' Airs Brandon Rogers' Audition Weeks After His Death (Video)

Brandon Rogers tragically died in a car accident in June and his amazing audition for America’s Got Talent aired weeks after his untimely death.

“On June 11th one of our contestants, Brandon Rogers, tragically passed away in a car accident. At the request of his family we would like to honor his memory by sharing his audition with you,” the producers of AGT put on the screen before the audition aired.

Brandon, who was a doctor in family medicine, sang Stevie Wonder‘s “Ribbon in the Sky” for his audition and got a standing ovation from the judges.

Simon Cowell even told Brandon that he is one of the best singers they have in the competition.

We send our thoughts and condolences to Brandon‘s loved ones as they continue to mourn his loss.

'America's Got Talent' Singer Dr. Brandon Rogers Dies at 29 Ahead of Episode Airing

UPDATE: Click here to watch video of Brandon‘s audition!

Dr. Brandon Rogers – a promising contestant on America’s Got Talent this season – tragically passed away in a car accident over the weekend. He was 29.

The 29-year-old doctor and singer was found on Instagram by America’s Got Talent producers and was considered a standout. His episode has not aired yet, and it’s now unclear if the episode will ever air, TMZ reports.

The car accident occurred in Maryland on Saturday and he died that Sunday.

Brandon was so talented and showcased his singing voice on his Instagram account. You can watch one of his videos below.

Our thoughts are with Brandon‘s loved ones during this time.

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