WATCH: 17-year-old Israeli wows judges on X-Factor

The girl brought the judges to tears with her talent.

October 21, 2017 19:00
17-year-old Israeli Eden from Jerusalem blows away judges on Israel's X-Factor.

17-year-old Israeli Eden from Jerusalem blows away judges on Israel's X-Factor.. (photo credit: screenshot)


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A 17-year-old Jerusalemite surprised judges on the Israeli version of the X-Factor this week when she performed an especially moving rendition of the song “Stone Cold” by Demi Lovato.

The young talent, whose name is Eden, told the judges who were moved to tears by her unique performance that her biggest dream was to perform alongside her idol, pop star Beyoncé.

Eden further touched viewers' hearts when she said that among the many bracelets that she wears, her favorite was the "co-exist bracelet" which she received on a trip that took Jews and Arabs to perform at Yale University.

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