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12-year-old Franklin singer returns to 'America's Got Talent'

FRANKLIN, TN (WSMV) -

The Music City will be well-represented on America's Got Talent Tuesday night.

Franklin's 12-year-old singing sensation Quintavious Johnson will take the state once again for the live round.

Johnson was a bit hit with the judges in his first live appearance. He performed on The Today Show Sunday at Rockefeller Plaza. His YouTube page has also received several thousand hits in recent weeks.

Johnson said he never expected to make it this far in the competition.

When asked what he'd do with the $1 million prize if he wins, Johnson said he'd help his mother, buy a couple of dogs and "go crazy."

America's Got Talent airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. on WSMV.

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