America's Got Talent revealed its first seven tenth-season semifinalist acts during Wednesday night's live broadcast of the NBC reality competition series.

Magician Piff The Magic Dragon, singer and guitarist Benton Blount, visual dance artists Siro-A, comedian and ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, and stuttering comedian Drew Lynch were revealed to have finished as the Top 5 votegetters following Tuesday night's performance show, automatically earning them a spot in America's Got Talent's tenth-season semifinals.

Tuesday night's episode had featured the season's first group of 12 quarterfinalist acts performing for home viewer votes.

America's Got Talent host Nick Cannon also revealed last night that male gymnasts Showproject, singing trio Triple Threat, contortionist Vita Radionova, and strength act Craig and Micheline had received the four lowest home viewer vote totals.

With singer Samantha Johnson, singer Alondra Santos and dance duo The Gentlemen in jeopardy, America had the chance to save one of them.

America's Got Talent judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Melanie "Mel B" Brown, and Howard Stern campaigned for Johnson, saying it was "criminal" and "insane" she was at risk to begin with. Their opinion must've carried some sway, as home viewers voted to instantly save the young performer.

The announcements left Santos and The Gentlemen competing for the seventh semifinalist spot, and the judges had the daunting task of determining which act should advance in the competition.

Klum and Brown both voted to save Santos. Mandel picked The Gentlemen, but then Stern voted for Santos. The Gentlemen therefore were eliminated.