Angelina Green is a 13-year-old singer. Angelina developed a very strong passion for music at a very young age. Angelina discovered that her love for music help her during hard times in life. Now, she would like to inspire all the kids that are going through hard times in life and help them to overcome obstacles using music like she did. She claims, "Music is my medicine, it has helped me through difficult times in my life. I believe all bad things are meant to make us stronger and lead us to good things in life". Angelina is not only into music, beside playing instruments and writing music, she also shares a passion for acting and dancing. She loves to play piano, guitar and the ukulele. 
Angelina Green's audition in Episode 1206 consisted of singing The Pretenders' "I'll Stand by You". Moved by her performance, Heidi Klum pressed her Golden Buzzer to send Angelina straight to the Quarterfinals.
Angelina Green's Week 3 Quarterfinals performance in Episode 1215 consisted of singing Sara Bareilles' "Gravity". Mel B and Heidi Klum gave her standing ovations. Angelina finished in sixth, seventh or eighth place in America's Vote. In the Dunkin' Save, she received fewer online votes than Colin Cloud. In the Judges' Choice, Heidi Klum voted for her but Howie Mandel, Mel B and Simon Cowell did not, eliminating her from the competition in Episode 1216 instead of DaNell Daymon & Greater Works.
After The Show
Angie Green went on to star as Nina in the Nickelodeon series California Dreamin’, produced by Ryan Tedder and Simon Fuller, which premiered on December 17th, 2021. She is now based in Malibu, and on January 25th, 2022, she was announced as one of seven members of Simon Fuller’s new pop group, The Future X, which was formed through TikTok and will be opening for the global pop group Now United (which is also created and managed by Simon Fuller) as of March 2022.
- She is the only Golden Buzzer act in Season 12 who did not make it to the Semifinals.
- She is the only Golden Buzzer act in the show's history to lose the judge's choice with only 1 vote.