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Drew Stevyns was a singer/guitarist act from Season 4 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the Vegas Round, but he returned as one of eight Wild Cards in the Quarterfinals. He finished in the Bottom 5 of the Top 10.
At age two Drew learned to sing a "Happy Birthday" song to his dad for his birthday, as he started singing ever since. After 3 years, he started taking piano lessons then moved to England with his parents in 1989 where he joined the Anglican Choir. He then started performing in competitions in annual Cheltenham Arts Festival. Then Drew returned to the U.S. where continued his dream as he taught himself to play guitar.
Drew Stevyns' audition was never televised, but it consisted of singing The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction)." It is unknown whether or not he was buzzed, but Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne voted "Yes," sending Drew to the Vegas Round.
Drew Stevyns was present during the Vegas Round as he was eliminated immediately.
Drew Stevyns was one of eight acts given a second chance in the competition after Simon Cowell expressed that he was unhappy with some of the eliminations the judges made. As a result, Drew was sent to the Quarterfinals.
Drew Stevyns' Quarterfinals performance in Episode 419 consisted of singing The Fray's "How to Save a Life" while playing his guitar. Drew received enough votes to be sent to the Semifinals in Episode 420 along with The EriAm Sisters.
Drew Stevyns' Week 2 Semifinals performance in Episode 423 consisted of singing George Michael's "Careless Whisper" while playing the guitar. Drew received enough votes to be sent to the Finals in Episode 424 along with Barbara Padilla and Lawrence Beamen, instead of The EriAm Sisters.
- Drew Stevyns was the only Wild Card act from Season 4 to progress to the Semifinals.