Beloved former America’s Got Talent contestant Jane Marczewski, also known as “Nightbirde,” continues to show the world that her prognosis is not written in stone. Previously, the 30-year-old vocalist was a Golden Buzzer winner that told her inspiring story about her two percent chance of survival and severe cancer diagnosis. In a recent interview with Chris Cuomo, she was happy to give some positive news.
According to Marczewski, her body had made some tremendous improvements. She wasn’t yet cancer-free, but she was making amazing progress.
“I wish we would get a fast miracle, but it’s happening slow little by little day by day. I’m getting a little better,” she shared in the CNN interview. “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.”
The former America’s Got Talent contestant has survived cancer four times in the past. Before having to withdrawal from the show, Marczewski shared that this time, the cancer had spread to her lungs, liver and spine.
Of course, the recovery process for Marczewski will still be long, and some days, the pain is much worse than others. When she first received her diagnosis, the vocalist explained that she had a much different “miracle” in mind.
“The miracle that I wanted was that I could skip the pain, that this would go away super fast, or maybe that it wouldn’t have happened at all. I didn’t get that miracle, not yet,” she shared.
“But there’s a hundred other miracles and if I only take the ones that taste sweet, I won’t get any miracles at all, so, I’m grateful for what I have.”
‘America’s Got Talent’ Contestant Says Each Breath ‘Is a Miracle’
Given her prognosis, Marczewski has learned to be grateful for each opportunity that she sees her friends and family. So, not surprisingly, this time of year holds a special place in her heart. Ahead of Thanksgiving, the America’s Got Talent vocalist shared her gratitude for the little things in life that people often take for granted.
“I think every moment we breathe is a miracle and a gift,” Marczewski shared. “Most people don’t know what a joy it is to wake up in the morning without pain because they just experienced maybe you know a normal life.”
She also remarked on the overwhelming feeling of going through the treatment process in front of the whole world, since her appearance on America’s Got Talent. However, she’s also happy to have so many supporters that are rooting for her recovery.
“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,” she concluded.