Singer Emily West wowed America's Got Talent judges and viewers all throughout season 9 with her glamour girl looks and dazzling renditions of pop songs, including a soaring rendition of out singer Sia's catchy "Chandelier."
The performance, seen below, clearly established the 33-year-old singer as one of the top talents of the show.
In another memorable performance, West joined Cyndi Lauper onstage for a stunning duet of Lauper's LGBT anthem, "True Colors."
Last December, West performed at Lauper's annual Home For The Holidays concert benefitting homeless LGBT youth.
In April, West went on to delight fans with a new single of her own, the empowering break-up anthem, "Bitter."
The twangy tune appears, along with West's version of "True Colors," on her debut album, which drops this August.
In a move that secures West's divadom, "Bitter" was given new pizazz this week by famed U.K. production team Love To Infinity. The crew has remixed music by many LGBT favorites, including Cher, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Grace Jones and Barbra Streisand. A Bitter remix EP hits stores next week.
Enjoy "Bitter," Love To Infinty style, as well as an interview with West about her America's Got Talent experience below.
Here’s a little insight into my America's Got Talent appearance. It’s something I’ll never forget. #americasgottalent
Posted by Emily West on Wednesday, June 3, 2015