'America's Got Talent' Recap: Night 3 of Judge Cuts Continues
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One of the 18 acts performs an impressive stage, much to guest judge Maruna McBride's liking as she pushes her Golden Buzzer.

AceShowbiz - Season 13 of "America's Got Talent" aired the third round of Judge Cuts on Tuesday, July 31. The night featured country legend Martina McBride as a guest judge, while 18 acts performed to nab one of the seven available spots.

First to take the stage was The Savitsky Cats. The ladies and the cats delivered a cute, fun show with the kitties jumping and walking backwards. Simon Cowell loved it, saying that they could do bigger such as a TV show or a cat soap opera.

The next performer was Blue Tokyo, which gained mixed reactions from the judges. Simon and Melanie Brown a.k.a. Mel B loved their performance, while Howie Mandel didn't seem to be impressed by PAC Dance Team's act that night. "This show is so much more than a high school dance team," he told the troupe, who went with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme.

Singing Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are" in Spanish was 12-year-old Angel Garcia. Heidi Klum and Martina were fully awed by him, though Howie was a little bit hard to impress. Following her up was 13-year-old Jeffrey Li, who challenged himself by performing Whitney Houston's "One Moment in Time".

Dancing Quin & Misha later took the stage. Despite about turning 71 years old, Quin proved age is just numbers by flaunting her amazing dance skills. Alongside her partner, Quin blew everyone's minds including Martina. Dubbing it a "remarkable performance," Martina didn't hesitate to push her Golden Buzzer for her!

"Glee" alum Noah Guthrie performed The Allman Brothers Band's "Whipping Post" after Simon stopped him midway through his initial performance. It was such a good decision for Noah to sing "Whipping Post" because everyone was stunned by his performance. "You have it," Howie praised Noah.

Jules & Jerome attempted to deliver a more impressive act than previous audition, though it didn't seem to be working. Following it up were brothers Fratelli Rossi. The duo were determined to redeem themselves after failing their first audition. And it seemed like they had nothing to worry about since the act was definitely a jaw-dropping one. The judges and the crowd were awed by their "most difficult and dangerous trick" that they performed blindfolded.

Gothic comic Oliver Graves brought laughter to the studio again. Howie seemed to be enjoying Oliver's performance, in which the latter described his own life. The judge was seen laughing so much throughout the act before giving him a standing ovation.

UDI Dance brought back the glowing performance to the stage. Again, the judges were stunned by how they took things up a notch with their creative performance. Mel B gushed, "You just blow my mind everytime I see you."

Sibling band We Three performed another original song titled "Lifeline" which is about "being vulnerable can be really really powerful." The trio repeated their previous success as the judges and the crowd loved so much. "That's one of the best first lines I've ever heard," Martina said of their performance.

Rounding out that night was The Sacred Riana. It was another creepy act from her that even sent Mel B out from her seat when a girl surprisingly popped out of a very small dollhouse. "I actually want this to end right now," Simon said.

Only 7 would be given the opportunity to go to the live shows. The seven acts were Quin & Misha, The Savitsky Cats, PAC Dance Team, The Sacred Riana, Udi Dance, We Three and Noah Guthrie.

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