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Mary Louise Lee was a singer from Season 9 of America's Got Talent. She was eliminated before Judgment Week.

Background[]

Mary Louise Lee is Denver's first lady, the wife of Denver, Colorado mayor Michael B. Hancock.

Lee is an accomplished performer and theater actress, and is the lead singer in her group, the Mary Louise Lee Band. In 2011, she performed "Amazing Grace" in Denver's Civic Center Park in front of an estimated 35,000 attendees for the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and in the same year, sang on opening day at the Mile High Sports Authority Field. Early in 2013, she also served as the Honorary Chair of Denver Arts Week.

Lee has been singing and performing since the age of 3 , and has become an ambassador to the city's local arts community since her husband, Democrat Michael Hancock, became the mayor of Denver in 2011. Some of her initiatives include, the "First Lady's Artist of the Month" and "First Lady's Honorable Mention," in which Lee spotlights two local artists on the city's website every month. 1

Audition[]

Mary Louise Lee's audition in Episode 903 consisted of singing Aretha Franklin's "Think." Howard SternHeidi KlumMel B, and Howie Mandel all voted "Yes," sending Mary to Judgment Week.







Judgment Week[]

Mary Louise Lee was not present during Judgment Week as she was never seen, meaning she either withdrew or was cut by the producers before this stage of the competition.

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