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Things changed when Caly was diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer at age 15.
But she had loving support at home, her health, and a creative outlet in singing.
Arthel brought her yet-to-be-seen engaging, witty and smart style to millions of viewers nightly.
Angelica Hale Angelica Hale, an adorable 9 year old girl, rocketed to fame in this year competing on the twelfth season of America's Got Talent.
Other professional highlights include: Being hand-picked by Dick Clark to be his co-host of the Miss Teen USA Pageant, co-hosting the Miss Universe Pageant to a worldwide audience of over 60 million viewers, and being selected as the third African American female to be inducted as a Distinguished Alum at University of Texas at Austin.
Arthel is proud to have had iconic journalist Ed Bradley as a career-long mentor.
She has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, USA Today College, Girls’ Life Magazine, Revlon's Million Dollar Challenge, Fox 29, and Local Wolves.
She is currently a member of Hack Harassment's Advisory Board, Crisis Text Line's Youth Advisory Council, and the Real Time Academy of Short Form Arts & Sciences.She truly surprised the judges and audience with a powerful rendition of Andra Day’s “Rise Up.” Angelica Hale was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 2007 to James and Eva Hale. Angelica was only four years old when she got a bacterial infection in her lungs and was hospitalized.