'America's Got Talent' Recap: Find Out Who Gets Ken Jeong's Golden Buzzer in Judge Cuts Night
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In the Judge Cuts night, all acts performed their best, but only 6 moved forward to the next stage.

AceShowbiz - "America's Got Talent" was back with a Judge Cuts night on Tuesday, July 17. The latest episode of the NBC talent competition show featured Ken Jeong as a guest judge. Since all of the judges had used their golden buzzers, it was important to find out whether Ken would hit his buzzer for a contestant that night.

The first act to take the stage was Junior New System, the all-male Filipino dance group. The boys delivered another epic performance in gold stilettos. "You are incredible," Melanie Brown a.k.a. Mel B gushed.

The act was followed by Us the Duo. That night, the singing couple performed another original song as well as revealed to the judges that they're expecting a baby. While Simon Cowell was really impressed by their act that night, he's still a fan of the two. Meanwhile, Howie Mandel said he didn't like the song at all.

Yoyo artist Mochi later flaunted his amazing skills. This time, he didn't only use one yoyo, but two. Simon praised Mochi, saying that he could made something very boring "unbelievably fantastic."

Daniel Emmet tried to redeem himself after a lackluster first performance in his previous audition. That night, he totally awed the judges and the crowd as he showed off his skill while performing an Italian song, "Caruso".

Children's choir Voice of Hope sang "How Far I'll Go" from hit movie "Moana". The group, who was impressive in the initial audition, continued offerring an epic performance. Some audience and the judges gave them a well-deserved standing ovation before Ken hit his golden buzzer.

Aaron Crow performed next, choosing Heidi Klum as his subject that night. He put an apple on top of the model's head with a ring inside. Heidi was beyond shocked when Aaron with no much hazzle precisely cut the apple in half.

Christina Wells opted to sing "Never Enough" from "The Greatest Showman". Just like usual, she sounded so beautiful but she was a little off in some parts. Simon thought there was "still better to come." Meanwhile, 13-year-old rapper Patches came back with another original song that was about "how fast everything's been happening since the audition."

Duo Transcend concluded the night with a brand new act. The new performance was bigger and took things to an even more dangerous level. Things went well first before Mary accidentally slipped out of a blindfolded Tyce's hand. She fell down to the ground, but fortunately she wasn't injured.

All acts performed their best, but only 6 moved forward to the next stage. The lucky 6 acts were Junior New System, Us the Duo, Mochi, Aaron Crow, Duo Transcend, and Christina Wells.

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