On Tuesday night , "America's Got Talent" aired the audition of a contestant who died in a car accident in June. In March, Dr. Brandon Rogers, a family physician from Portsmouth, Virginia, tried out for the show. He earned a standing ovation and a trip through to the next round of the NBC reality competition after singing Stevie Wonder's "Ribbon in the Sky." Rogers family had requested that the show air his audition. Rogers died following a June 10 car accident in Maryland.
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