Korean Soul belted out their own version of the Aerosmith classic “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” during Tuesday’s “America’s Got Talent” quarterfinals.
The group, from South Korea, sang a more soulful version of the track, which didn’t go down a storm with all the judges.
Despite Howie Mandel saying it was his favourite of the evening, Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell considered it more of a solo performance and missed the group’s harmonies when they sang together.
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Sofia Vergara, though, gushed: “I loved it! I loved the outfits, I loved that you guys are even looking a little bit sexier than the last time.
“I think you’re getting better.”
Cowell told the group, “I do miss the harmonies, collectively [that] we saw on the first audition.
“I thought the song honestly was a bit predictable, I think you could have done something maybe we haven’t heard before.
“I think there’s a good chance you’ll go through to the next round, I think if you do you’ve got to take more of a risk.”
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See more in the clip above.