The acts were as follows: Blue Journey, a male and female dancer ages 33 and 18 respectively; David & Leeman, a magic team comprised of a 27-year-old teacher and 29-year-old barista; Hart Dance Team, a group comprised of young students; Dom the Bomb's Triple Threat, an eight-year-old card thrower; Jonatan Riquelme, a 37-year-old balancing act; Dan Naturman, a 44-year-old comedian; Act II, an opera duo featuring a 32-year-old clerical worker and 29-year-old teacher; and Emil & Darien, a duo of cellists comprised of a 13-year-old and 16-year-old student.
The remaining acts performed again in "Judgment Week" hoping to earn a spot in the live shows. Each act attempted to win the judges over and prove why they're worthy to continue on in the talent competition.
The magic acts were Mike Super, Mat Franco, Psycho Jack and Franklin Saint. Psycho Jack was shown being eliminated.
The dance acts who took the stage were John & Andrew, Sean & Luke, Solto Esengulov, Dragon House "The Agents." John & Andrew were featured advancing.
The child singers who performed again in front of the judges were Quintavious Johnson, Mara Justine and Julia Goodwin. Mara Justine will be moving forward to the live shows.
Three comedians worked for a spot at Radio City Music Hall -- Darik Santos, Wendy Liebman and Joe Matarese.
The variety acts who performed in "Judgment Week" were Juan Carlos, John Narum and Loop Rawlins. No one was shown getting cut or advancing. Likewise, strength acts J.D. Anderson and Mighty Atom Jr. took the stage but no results were revealed.
Female singers Emily West, Carly Jo Jackson, Anna Clendening, and Kelli Glover also competed in "Judgment Week." Results for this category were not announced.