America's Got Talent contestant Lori Mae Hernandez certainly won't be forgotten as the season progresses.

Hernandez is a precocious 13-year-old girl with big black glasses and dark curly hair who delivered a hilarious stand-up comedy routine during Tuesday night's auditions episode.

What made Hernandez so funny? Her fearless jokes, including one about Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Hernandez first joked about being a babysitter in front of America's Got Talent judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Melanie "Mel B" Brown and Simon Cowell.

"My only qualification to be a babysitter is that I used to be a baby," Hernandez said as the audience laughed.

"That's crazy. That's like saying, 'Hey, you're sick a lot. Do you want to be my doctor?' Or, 'Weren't you the host of a reality show? You want to be president of the United States?'"

Mandel let out a huge laugh and then stood up on his feet. Klum followed in his footsteps and also gave the young girl a standing ovation.

Hernandez quickly got a "yes" from all four judges and therefore advanced in the Season 11 competition.

Hernandez revealed she began doing stand-up comedy when she was 10-years-old as an effort to make her father smile after he got Bell's palsy, which is a form of facial paralysis.

Another standout audition from last night was Sal Valentinetti, a pizza delivery man who wowed the judges with his unexpected Frank Sinatra-like singing voice. Klum pressed the "Golden Buzzer" for him, sending the man straight through to AGT's live shows.

Watch Lori Hernandez's full audition for America's Got Talent below.