'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2: Voices of Service's performance hailed as golden buzzer-worthy

The group includes former and current service members and this week they sing to the other vets who might be struggling


                            'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2: Voices of Service's performance hailed as golden buzzer-worthy
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'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2 returned on Monday night for its final audition episode and the final 10 acts will vie for a spot in the semifinals. 

Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Alesha Dixon will be in the judging panel. Hosted by Terry Crews, four acts will advance, and that includes the golden buzzer winner who will advance directly to the finale. 

These acts will join the remaining 12 acts that advanced over the past three weeks of auditions. The 10 acts vying for a spot in semifinals are Connie Talbot, Bars and Melody, Strauss Serpent, Silhouettes, JJ Pantano, Sandou Trio Russian Bar, Emil Rengle, Voices of Service, Christian and Percy, and Brian King Joseph.

Back again after their appearance in 'America's Got Talent' Season 14 was Voices of Service, and their performance this week has fans affirming that it was golden buzzer-worthy. 

The a Capella group ranked fifth during their season of AGT, and this time their back with a message on the national stage. The group includes former and current service members and this week they sing to the other vets who might be struggling. Their performance was impeccable with their harmonies in sync. Their powerful performance received them a standing ovation from all four judges.



 

After their performance, Alesha shared,  “The soul is just bursting out of all of you." While Simon added that this was a massive step for them and they could win this show.

"#AGTChampions Voices of Service deserved the Golden buzzer. I hope they get through. They were sensational and sent chills up and down my spine!" a fan wrote. Adding to that another said, "@SimonCowell #AGTChampions #Voices of service deserve a Golden Buzzer! I'm a Social Worker @ the Veterans Hospital and this song truly says it all!" 



 

"@AleshaOfficial #AGTChampions Voices of Service should have gotten the golden buzzer!" a fan wrote. While another said, "Voices of Service are golden buzzer-worthy #AGTChampions." 

Do you think Voices of Service should have won the golden buzzer? Let us know in the comments below. 

'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2 airs every Monday night only on NBC. Check your local listings for more information. 

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