Mitch Tambo Sings In Aboriginal Language, Gets Golden Buzzer On Australia's Got Talent

In Australia, the Got Talent show is in full swing - this time, singer Mitch Tambo once again introduced himself in the semi-finals, and with his genuine singing style, he impressed many in the audience.

For his remarkable performance, he was also awarded the Golden Buzzer from the guest judge, musician Natalie Bassingthwaighte.

This time, Mitch Tambo made a real euphoria in the hall of the Australian's Got Talent show while singing in the "gamilaraay" language, considered the ancient language of Australian aborigins.

There, he sang his version of the song "You're The Voice" by singer John Farnham, with which he apparently completely took over the guest judge.

Singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte gave Mitch a Golden Buzzer, which takes him straight to the show's grand finale. Listen to a great performance that is a real sensation on web these days!
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