This America's Got Talent "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" Cover Will Actually Make You Cry

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Tissues. We need tissues.

To be perfectly honest, we don't really follow America's Got Talent. We do, however, follow Jenny Slate, and when she says something made her cry like a baby chopping onions, we take note.

"I just want to say that the woman who sang 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' on America's Got Talent was excellent," a watery-eyed Slate gushes in a video she posted on Instagram last night. "You've got it. You've got talent."

Whoa. So, who is this woman and what did she do to make our favorite comedian weep? She's Daniella Mass of Colombia, who performed an operatic version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita classic in English and Spanish. Needless to say, she received a standing ovation.
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If you like that, you might also check out the song's other legendary versions.

Here's original cast member Patti LuPone slaying it.

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And here's Madonna from the film version.

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No need to pick a favorite. Just don't blame us if you get a bit misty.

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