FIGHTING AGT’s Nightbirde Revealed ‘Things Have Been Pretty Brutal’ As Singer Said She ‘Still Has Dreams’ Amid Cancer Battle!


AMERICA'S Got Talent star Nightbirde revealed that things have been "pretty brutal" amid her ongoing battle with cancer.

, born Jane Marczewski, shared a heartfelt message on Instagram where she opened up about her struggles with the disease but said she "still has dreams."

The singer, 31, shared a  of herself smiling at the camera.

The music star - who previously revealed that she weighed  - showed off her natural beauty in the make-up-free snap.

She captioned her post: "Honestly, things have been pretty brutal.


"But this is a photo of myself from last week where I felt pretty, and alive, and awake, and human, and real."

The performer concluded: "I needed that. We’re all a little lost and it’s alright." 

Her post was inundated with comments from friends and fans, with  judge  writing: "We’re all here trying to send positive energy your way."

"You are a beautiful person with strength beyond words! Stay strong," another fan said.

One follower wrote: "You radiate more sparkles than anyone I have ever seen. Prayers and Hugs to you.



In November last year, the performer went on CNN to give an

While speaking to host , Nightbirde revealed her latest diagnosis and opened up about the "pain of giving up."


She said: "I did get a scan result back and a bunch of stuff that was there has now disappeared and a bunch of the really big stuff has gone down in size. We're on the way.

"It's a lot to process the highest highs and the lowest lows of my life all happening at the same time and all of this playing out in front of millions of people is really - it's a lot to carry.


"But it's also such an honor because the whole world is carrying their own weight and we get to learn how to do this together." 

When Chris mentioned if she felt "comfortable to dream," Nightbirde opened up: "I think life sometimes is a game of 'choose your pain' so the pain of continuing or the pain of giving up.

"So, the pain of continuing there is a lot more uncertainty that way, but I think the pain of giving up is so much worse."

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