Another Louisianian will take to the National Stage on Tuesday Night, as Louisiana Native Kylie Frey will audition on 'America's Got Talent."

Kylie Frey, an Opelousas native, will make her "America's Got Talent" on Tuesday, August 1st on NBC.

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America's Got Talent's social media pages recently did an "early release" of the performance from Kylie, and it has gotten millions of views already after it was just posted three days ago.

During a show on WSM Radio in Nashville, Frey announced they would be airing her performance on National Television on Tuesday. She later posted the clip on her social media accounts.

During the teaser video that was posted on the show's social media pages, you can watch the complete performance of her heartfelt song that she wrote for her grandfather. They only provide the song, they have not announced whether Kylie has made it through to the next round, we will find that out on Tuesday Night. Check out the video here:

Kylie introduced herself to the judges by sharing that she’s from Louisiana and grew up in a rodeo family. She was a “rodeo queen,” explaining, “I started singing the national anthem for every rodeo that I showed up to because I just love to sing.”

Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara, and Heidi Klum are again in the judges' chairs for the reality talent competition series' 18th season.

Just recently, on July 18th, Kylie made her debut on one of the biggest stages in Country Music, The Grand Ole Opry. You can check out her experience here:

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