Nightbirde, aka Jane Marczewski, has found a newfound legion of fans since appearing on America's Got Talent.
The inspiring singer has been keeping a low profile since leaving the competition to concentrate on her health, but shared an inspiring update with her followers over the weekend.
The 30-year-old, who is currently undergoing cancer treatment, shared a beautiful photo of herself sitting on a boat at sea during a wine cruise at Newport Beach.
VIDEO: Meet Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act Nightbirde
In the caption, the singer explained that while she had been feeling unwell, the trip out had proved to be just the relief she needed.
"Was feeling super sick until someone said 'wine cruise', and by some miracle, I did NOT throw up into the harbor," she wrote.
Fans urged Nightbirde to stay strong as they left supportive messages in the comments, with one writing: "You look absolutely amazing, stay strong!" while another wrote: "I really hope you get well." A third added: "You've got this. Keep smiling and putting that amazing energy out into the universe."
Nightbirde shared an upbeat post during a trip to the beach
In an Instagram Story, Nighbirde shared another picture of herself hugging a friend, alongside the caption: "Laughed so hard, my cancer shrunk."
While the singer was forced to leave AGT ahead of the final due to her health, she has kept positive and has been celebrating the success of her song, It's OK, following her debut on the talent show.
Last week, the star revealed that the Live Maple House Sessions version of her audition song had officially hit over four million streams.
Nightbirde was Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act
While she is no longer officially in the competition, Nightbirde has continued to appear on AGT ahead of the show's final and recently returned to the show via video link to talk to the judges and host Terry Crews.
During the chat, she revealed her disbelief at just how many times her audition video had been viewed online.
The talented singer has a legion of fans around the world
Simon Cowell in particular was visibly emotional as he told the singer: "You made the decision rightly so that your health is your priority right now, and when we spoke you feel like you've let people down.
"And I just want to say on behalf of all of us that you haven't let anyone down. Even though you haven't competed you have already won."
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