In the final aired on Wednesday, the host Terry Crews told Williams that he had received a message from a special fan before playing the clip, Meghan said in the clip I am moved by his story.
Williams spent decades in prison for not committing a crime.
When referring to her and Harry’s son, Megan said: “I just want you to know that we are very moved by your story. We are cheering for you every week. It’s not just because we prefer this name.” Also known as Archie.
“So to give you a very special message, I may say it for a lifetime, but tonight, this is dedicated to you. Archie, we are proud of you, we cheer for you, we can’t wait and see What are you doing. We are around your corner. Good night,”
The singer moved the judge during the audition, when he told the judge that he was sentenced to 36 years in prison for failing to commit rape.
He said that he had already watched “America’s Got Talent” when he was imprisoned and hoped to audition for the show one day.
After Williams spent more than a decade in the Louisiana State Prison, the Louisiana State Prison is the highest security prison with a reputation for violence, and the innocence project accepted his case.
This legitimate non-profit organization worked with Williams for the next 24 years and repeatedly requested DNA tests and fingerprint comparisons to prove his innocence.
Finally, in March 2019, after submitting his fingerprints to the powerful fingerprint ID system, he was exonerated from crime.
Speaking artist Brandon Leake finally announced the winner of Wednesday’s show.
Meghan’s message to Williams was her second appearance on a radio show recently because on Tuesday, she and her husband Harry briefly participated in the “Time 100” special.
The couple now live in California and congratulate the people among the 100 most influential people in Time magazine this year.
Harry and Meghan also used this opportunity to send messages to voters before the upcoming US election.
Harry said: “As we approach this November, it’s vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity. What we consume, what we come into contact with, and what we interact with online will affect us. Everyone has a real impact.” During the video.
“Every four years, we are told,’This is the most important election in our life.’ But this is one.” Megan said. “When we vote, our values will be put into practice and our voice will be heard.”
Scottie Andrew of CNN contributed to this story.