America's Got Talent judges Howie Mandel, Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Heidi Klum, and Howard Stern sent 47 acts through to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall during Wednesday night's broadcast on NBC.

While 47 acts were selected by the America's Got Talent judges to advance to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall, America will vote to advance one more act out of three hopefuls.

The three potential acts are The Power House Tumblers, an elite tumbling ministry from Wilmington, NC; Cornell Bhangra, a Bhangra dance team from Cornell University; and domino artists Lily Hevesh, Nathan Heck, Chris Wright and Joe Parks.

The live shows will begin airing on Tuesday, July 29 at 9PM ET/PT. The 48th act will be announced on the Today show the following day during America's Got Talent's first live results show of the season.

The 47 acts whom the show's judges advanced to Radio City Music Hall's live shows are as follows:

- Jasmine Flowers, a group of 25 young dancers from Atlanta, GA

- David and Leeman, a magic duo from Los Angeles, CA

- Emil and Dariel, a pair of cellists

- Valo and Bobby, a powerlifting and acrobatic act in Bulgaria

- Bad Boys of Ballet, a dance group

- Extreme Dance Company, an extreme dance group

- Mothmen Dance, a large group of dancers and aerialists

- Tomas "Smoothini" de la Cruz, a magician and comedian from New York City

- Flight Crew Jump Rope, a professional jump rope team from Boise, ID

- Dom the Bom's Triple Threat, card throwing triplets

- ACT II, a pair of female opera singers from Las Vegas, NV

- Olivia Millerschin, Matt Heim and Livy from Detroit, MI

- John Narvaez and Andrew Cervantes salsa dancers from San Francisco, CA

- The Hart Dance Team, a dance team of 26 teens girls from Santa Clarita, CA 

- Abigail "Aerial Animation" Baird, a mime, puppetry and silent film act from Santa Fe, New Mexico

- The Sons of Serendip, a musical group of four friends

- AcroArmy, a group of acrobatic gymnastics

- Blue Journey, an innovative dance duet featuring video projection and animation

- Dragon House "The Agents," a trio of male dancers

- The Willis Clan, a family act of 12 singing brothers and sisters from Nashville, TN

- Baila Conmigo, a dance company from West New York, NJ

- Sean and Luke, a tap hip-hop duo from the Chicago, IL

- One Voice Children's Choir, a large choir comprised of children ages 4 to 17 from Utah

- JD Anderson, a 26-year-old expert in feats of strength from Noel, MO

- Nina Burri, a contortionist, dancer and model from Berne, Switzerland

- Juan Carlos, a rollerblade dancer from Medellin, Columbia

- Anna Clendening, a singer from Chapel Hill, NC

- Jaycob Curlee, an 18-year-old singer and guitarist from Daphne, AL

- Miguel Dakota, a 21-year-old singer and guitarist from Monument, CO

- Mat Franco, a magician from RI

- Kelli Glover, a singer from Cranford, NJ

- Julia Goodwin, a 16-year-old singer from Syracuse, NY

- Paul Ieti, a 21-year-old singer from Savannah, GA

- Quintavious Johnson, a 12-year-old singer from Franklin, TN

- Mara Justine, a 12-year-old singer from Galloway, NJ

- Wendy Liebman, a stand-up comedian from New York

- Kieran and Finian Makepeace, two brothers and musical storytellers from Venice, CA

- Andrey Moraru, a martial arts and circus performer from Moldova

- Dan Naturman, a stand-up comedian from Stamford, CT

- Loop Rawlins, a trick roping, whip cracking and gun spinning performer from Tucson, AZ

- Jonatan Riquelme, a fifth generation circus performer from Las Vegas, NV

- Adrian Romoff, a nine-year-old pianist from Peachtree City, GA

- Darik Santos, a stand-up comedian from Providence, RI

- Jonah Smith, a band of three male members

- Christian Stoinev, a 22-year-old hand balancer and dog act

- Mike "Mystifier" Super, a magician, entertainer and supernaturalist from Pittsburgh, PA

- Emily West, a singer and songwriter from New York City