‘AGT’: Detroit Youth Choir Unleashes Powerful Performance Of Carrie Underwood’s ‘The Champion’

After receiving the Golden Buzzer from “America’s Got Talent” host Terry Crews, the Detroit Youth Choir continued to dazzle when they returned to the “AGT” stage on Tuesday for the Season 13 quarterfinals.

Crews, in fact, started to choke up when introducing the choir, who range in age from eight to 18, and things became even more emotional once they launched into their soaring vocal performance of Carrie Underwood’s “The Champion”.

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Not only did their performance bring the audience members to their feet, it also earned a standing ovation from all four judges.

“You are bloody fantastic, and actually better tonight than your first audition,” declared Simon Cowell.

Viewers will find out if the choir makes it through to the next round in Wednesday night’s live results show; in the meantime, check out the audition that led Crews to give them his Golden Buzzer:

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