The June 25 episode of America's Got Talent features a non-standard Golden Buzzer collection that we have never seen before! Plus, many other acts move the judges.
The auditions continue in the June 25 episode of America's Got Talent . First married duo Nick opera singer, and Lindsay Williams violinist. The performance began as a musical act, as Simon Cowell pressed his bell in rejection almost immediately. In the middle, however, Lindsay begins to throw sharp objects on a wooden board behind her husband as she continues her song. Even while she was tied up and tossed the blade, she managed to hit her target. Simon gives the duo no, but Howey Mandel, Gabriel Union and Julian Haw say "yes" to Nick and Lindsay to move forward.
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After several hours Lamont assembles a new performance and this time impresses the judges. Simon even gives him cheers and all four judges give him "yes". Name of Deed Death is next. He claims his father is God and his mother is Mother Nature. His routine situation is quite strange and Simon, not surprising, buzzed him for an automatic no. Julianne follows him, as well as Gabriel and Howie, and Death heads to his house. They are composed mostly of orphans whose parents have died due to difficulties in their city. Their presentation and inspirational stories leave the judges with huge smiles on their faces, and it is no surprise that they are unanimously voted. to face their fears. Howie is known for having a lot of fears, so the guys are inviting him to the stage to use their product. Howie completes the task and overcomes his fears, and the judges are very impressed and entertained – so that's four voices yes! Eman Beasha A 10-year-old opera singer is next. Her strong voice is far beyond her years, and the judges have been completely moved and taken away from her performance. She gets rave reviews and gets four "yes" votes to go on. The next performance is Lucas and his childhood child, Falco who makes some "K-9 free style". The judges have fun and give four duo to the duo.
The next one is Verba Shadow, a 3D theater group from Ukraine. His incredible performance tells an incredibly moving story, and the judges remain in awe. They get ovations from all four stars and it is not surprising that they voted.
The final performance of the night is from Ben Triger dancer from Australia. Ben is trying to find success in the dance industry because he does not fit into the stereotypical look of a dancer. After years of trying to improve his craft, he moved his knee and had to take three years of the dance. He moved home and started a "dead job" where he had been in the last seven years.
Ben is ready to return to dancing, but he delivers insanely high energy, albeit strange, routine. When at the end of the race he boarded the judges' table, he ended up pushing the Gold Buer for himself and the crowd was wild. Despite the strange routine, the judge can not deny that Ben is hilarious and give him four to (no, the Golden Buer does not count, so Julian still pushes her to the left)!