AGT's Nightbirde admits she's a 'little skinny' but 'feels alive' after revealing she weighs 85 lbs amid cancer battle

AMERICA'S Got Talent breakout star, Nightbirde, admitted she's a 'little skinny' but 'feels alive.'

The singer/songwriter, whose real name is Jane Marczewski, recently revealed she weighs 85 lbs amid her cancer battle.


Nightbirde shared a snap wearing a light pink sweatshirt and grey shirt along with a hot pink hat with smiley face slippers.

She captioned the pic: "A little skinny, but other than that you’re looking pretty alive today. Look at your amazing fashion sense—the world needs to see your A++ pajama choice.

"You are killing it, Jane, out here putting up a fight LIKE I HAVE NEVER SEEN. Scrappy as hell.

"Keep at it girlfriend!! Winnin and grinnin!! A pep talk from me, to me. #seejanewin #stillgotdreams."

Last week, the singer posted a photo while enjoying the sun on her patio in a denim romper, peach beanie and heart-shaped glasses.

The TV personality captioned her shot: "Still here," as fans raced to the comments to offer words of support.

"You’re amazing. Keep shining," one gushed, while a second wrote: "You are the energetic light we so desperately need. Simply beautiful inside and out."

AGT judge Howie Mandel also shared his words of encouragement, penning: "We’re here with you."

Nightbirde posted a new pic in cream overalls and a maroon tank top.

She smiled, holding on to an IV pole, and captured the snap: "Ever seen 85 pounds look so good????"

"LOOKING GOOD"

Nightbirde also recently shared a personal poem revealing how she would "like to die" as she continues to battle stage 4 cancer.

The singer published the emotional poem, which she titled A Hero in Flames, to her Instagram account.

It read: "If I were to die
It would be with the reflection of the mountains in my eyes
I would die with sun-pink cheeks
And a mouth full of blackberries

"I want to die while my heart is still a greenhouse for hope
All my wild dreams as seedlings in egg cartons
Reaching toward the window

"I cannot die yellow and hungry
I will not die in sterile air

"But I would like to die
While the fireflies are still glowing
Morse coding their poetry for a cynical earth

"I would like to die like Joan of Arc
With dignity and urgency and stubbornness
A watercolor portrait in the night
A sight to behold, a hero in flames."

NOT FINISHING THE FINALE

In September, Nightbirde shared her grief following the show's finale, which she was predicted to be in but ultimately could not participate.

The former contestant reflected on her experience on the talent series in the caption writing: "It’s so hard for me to not be on the @agt stage for the finals this week.

"I bet you never saw someone win so hard and lose so hard at the same time. This isn’t how the story was supposed to go."

Simon Cowell told People of Nightbirde's health: "Unfortunately, she is really ill and could not make the finals.

"However, it was always her dream for her music to be heard by millions. That's what's happened off the back of this.

"We talk about once every two weeks. It was a difficult conversation we had about does she enter the show or not. I know that she was very down.

"I called her and I said that, 'Honestly if I was in your position, I wouldn't do it.' Because you don't need the stress right now. It's just not worth it.

"You can always re-enter the show or you don't have to because, at this point, when you put your music out, I think a lot of people are going to buy it. So why put yourself through it.

"You're not letting anyone down because that's what she kept saying to me. You're not, you're going to be missed but you're not letting anyone down."

Recently, the songwriter raised over $500K for her cancer treatment on GoFundMe.

The entertainer became an overnight sensation after her incredible audition with a video of her performance racking up a staggering 30 million views on YouTube.



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