Detroit Youth Choir Continues To Impress On ‘America’s Got Talent’

With the “America’s Got Talent” finals just a week away, Tuesday night brought an array of the season’s most popular acts, all vying for one of the final spots competing for the million-dollar grand prize.

Among the returnees to take to the stage was the always-inspirational Detroit Youth Choir, a group of talented youngsters ranging in age from eight to 13.

Not only has the choir been a huge hit with viewers, the kids are also the favourite of “AGT” host Terry Crews, who gave the Detroit Youth Choir his Golden Buzzer and never fails to get emotional while watching them perform.

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This time out, the choir delivered a high-energy performance of Panic! At the Disco’s “High Hopes” that brought the audience to its feet, along with judges Simon Cowell, Gabrielle Union, Howie Mandel, Julianne Hough and the evening’s guest judge Queen Latifah.

“I started off crying and then I never stopped,” declared Union of the emotional performance.

For another look at the Detroit Youth Choir, check out the number that earned them Crews’ Golden Buzzer below; “AGT” viewers will find out if the choir makes it to the finals in Wednesday’s results show.

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