AceShowbiz - The Tuesday, June 11 episode of "America's Got Talent" featured the Week 3 of season 14. The night kicked off with a dance performance by Marina Mazepa. "That was amazing," Gabrielle Union raved. Julianne Hough also praised the performance, calling it both "strong and powerful" as well as "elegant and graceful." Marina headed to the next round.
The next performer was 26-year-old magician Dom Chambers. He successfully impressed the judges by combining beer and magic in his act. Simon Cowell said that it was an "amazing audition" with Gabrielle dubbing it "super refreshing."
Carmen Carter, a full-time singer, followed it up with a powerful rendition of "Never Tear Us Apart". Carmen earned a yes from all 4 jugdes. Next up was a shocking hand-balancing act from an 84-year-old and a 54-year-old. Simon said that the performance was "genuinely one of my favorite acts," and they were sent to the next round.
Being young didn't make Charlotte Summers any less stunning than others. Blowing everyone's mind with a classic song "I Put a Spell on You", the 13-year-old earned praises from Gabrielle. "You've got a depth and a soul and I'm here for all of this," she said.
Meanwhile, comedian Kevin L. Schwartz started his act a little rough though it got better as it went on. Howie Mandel noted that it was "so wonderful". Singer Mackenzie flaunted his unique voice by singing "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Prince. As for ventriloquist Michael Paul, he offered a hilarious performance which everyone liked. Both Mackenzie and Michael were moving forward.
Concluding the night was young violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa. The 11 years old, who was also a cancer survivor, played the violin to Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger". His performance successfully brought everyone to their feet with Simon telling him that he had an "amazing talent." Simon extremely loved it that he didn't hesitate to give Tyler his Golden Buzzer!