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Social media offers chance to bring AR girl back on show

(Source: Madison Watkins) (Source: Madison Watkins)
(KAIT) -

An Arkansas girl wants to be back on the NBC show "America’s Got Talent."

Madison Watkins did a cover of James Bay’s “Let it Go” and she hopes it’s enough to get her back on the show.

The way to get her back is by people using #bringmadisonback on social media.

On Wednesday morning, Watkins posted on her Instagram a picture of the hashtag and said it had already gotten more than 35,000 posts.

A photo posted by MAD WAT (@madison_watkins) on

The Fayetteville girl has an EP out already on iTunes right now, called Glow.

"America's Got Talent" airs on NBC Region 8 Tuesday's and Wednesday's at 7 p.m.

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