Watch this 90-year-old woman give the performance of a lifetime on national TV.

All her life, Dorothy Williams dreamed of being a star. Now 90 years old, she finally got her chance.

Thanks to "America's Got Talent," the nonagenarian had the opportunity to perform in front of a massive live crowd (not to mention the millions of viewers watching on TV). She wasn't about to let this golden opportunity go to waste.


Image from "America's Got Talent"/YouTube.

For 1 minute and 19 seconds, all eyes were on Dorothy.

Her routine was met with raucous cheers from start to finish. Audience members gasped, clapped, and roared as Dorothy performed a strip tease (complete with nipple tassels, whaaaat?!) on the stage. She exuded joy, standing as living proof that you can be amazing at any age.

GIF via "America's Got Talent"/YouTube.

"A star is born tonight!" host Nick Cannon exclaimed as the crowd again erupted into applause. It was a good night for Dorothy. A very, very good night.

Watch Dorothy do her thing in the video below, and be sure to stay tuned for the emotional ending.


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