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Sponjetta Parrish – the singer who was sent home in Orlando’s auditions on Tuesday’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ – is pure money on the Internet.
Parrish’s appearance on the NBC summer show, singing her original hip-hop song ‘Studio,’ has become a viral hit on YouTube, drawing more than 228,000 views since posting Tuesday (as of Friday morning) on NBC’s YouTube channel for the TV show. NBC’s video is one of several videos of the clip online, with another getting 70,000 views.
Parrish, 31, a customer service representative, has been drawing raves for her simple, infectious refrain of “I’ll be in my studio, studio. Up, up, up in my studio, studio” in ‘Studio’ – but on the Internet, not from the show’s judges, Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel. Some comments on the video’s YouTube page, which number more than 1,000, are asking for the song to be available on iTunes.
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