Singer-songwriter Madilyn Bailey went from growing up in Boyceville, Wisconsin — population 1,086, about 38 miles northwest of Eau Claire — to getting 13.5 million subscribers on YouTube, Facebook, TikTok and Instagram for her clever original tunes and covers.

Now she’s bound to get a big new wave of fans, thanks to “America’s Got Talent.”

Bailey appears on Tuesday’s episode of the hit competition series, but NBC released footage from her audition ahead of the show. It’s already been seen 2.5 million times on YouTube. 

“The dream for me is to sing songs that I’ve written that I love and get it out to as many people as possible,” Bailey told judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara and Howie Mandel ahead of her audition. 

For her audition, Bailey performed an original song with unlikely help — from several internet trolls. 

Subjected to dozens of cruel and sexist comments on her YouTube page — comments like “Just stop, quit YouTube,” “They hauled the song away in a bodybag” and “Eat a burger” — Bailey used them as lyrics for a catchy original folk pop song.

The result is unexpected, and ultimately empowering.

“I love what you stand for, and you’re a good singer, you’re really good,” Mandel told her.