Photos! See All 16 Acts Performing on Night Five of 'America's Got Talent' 2024

Night 5 will see 16 acts take the stage to audition for Season 19 of America’s Got Talent in hopes that their two minutes in front of judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara will forever change their lives.

The 16 acts taking the stage with their minds set on winning the $1 million prize and the chance to headline the AGT show in Las Vegas will include incredible performances from singers to comedians to aerialists and so much more.

See their photos in the gallery below.

AGT Night 5 Auditions Photo Gallery

<p>A.merica's G.olden T.iger</p><p>Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC</p>

A.merica's G.olden T.iger

Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC

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Last week, Howie presented his Golden Buzzer to Australian dance troupe Brent Street, simply saying, “I thought everything you did was amazing. It was a surprise.” With Simon adding, ““Apart from what they were doing with their bodies, it was what they were doing with their brains, because this was such a well-thought out, creative original.”

The previous week, Sofia awarded her first Golden Buzzer to Legion, an Argentinian Malambo dance troupe, who literally set their feet on fire. “We needed that. That was epic,” Simon said as the audience and the judges gave the men a standing ovation.

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Week two, two lucky acts were awarded the Golden Buzzer, putting them straight through to the Live Shows. The first artist bestowed the Golden Buzzer was Chicago rock-soul-R&B singer Liv Warfield, who won Simon's 'AGT' Golden Buzzer with the original song “Stare.” Simon said, “It was like in a good way being punched in the face by your energy…” The second act to earn a Golden Buzzer was Sky Elements. The Dallas-based company programed 1,000 drones—combining technology with art—to make a dazzling light display unlike anything ever seen on AGT before. And Simon broke the rule book, awarding Sky Elements his second Golden Buzzer of the season.

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The first night, two lucky acts were also awarded the Golden Buzzer. The first was Terry Crews’ selection of 31-year-old Learnmore from Zimbabwe, who now lives in Pittsburgh. He demonstrated that he may be the first comedian to win the title with his act, which compared life in his small village in Zimbabwe to life in America. Simon called him “one of the funniest people ever.” The second was Heidi’s pick. She awarded her Golden Buzzer to 55-year-old Richard Goodall, a janitor from Terra Haute, Ind., who sang “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey and was as big of a vocal surprise as Susan Boyle was on Britain’s Got Talent.

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America’s Got Talent 2024 night 5 performers:

A.merica’s G.olden T.iger: Comic

Attraction Junior: Shadow Theater group from Budapest, Hungary

Bboy Nana: 9-year-old dancer

Boss Baby Brody: 8-year-old jazz dancer from San Diego

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Chris Wilson: 38-year-old magician from Toronto, Canada

Connett Croghan: 30-year-old personal trainer from Iowa who performs rock ‘n’ roll jump rope

Erica Rhodes: Comic who lives in L.A. but is from Boston originally

Goat vs Fish: Singer

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Jollux: Beat boxer from Colombia

Menudo: Boy band from Miami, FL

Oscar Stembridge: 16-year-old musician from Vellinge, Sweden

Owlman: Security Guard for a fast-food restaurant from Van Nuys, CA, who sings

Pranysqa Mishra: 9-year-old singer from Tampa, FL

Sebastian, 30, & Sonia, 24: An aerial duo. He’s from Colombia; she’s from Spain

TT Brothers: Comedy act from Tokyo, Japan

Young-Min: 33-year-old magician from Korea

America’s Got Talent airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Streams next day on Peacock.

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