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'America's Got Talent 2018': Angel City Chorale impresses judges with their soulful performance; earns golden buzzer

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 25 July 2018, 14:36 IST

Impressing judges is one thing and get selected for the next round is another. But the moment when you are performing at America's got talent and you earn golden buzzers is a whole different thing. It is not at all easy to achieve that.

However, The Angel City Chorale won everyone's heart by giving an inspiring performance on the stage of America’s Got Talent on Tuesday night.

Baba Yetu’ means ‘Our Father’ and the lyrics are a Swahili translation of the Lord’s Prayer.

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The group Angel City Chorale is led by founder and director Sue Fink. According to its website, the choir is committed to 'building community one song at a time."

The group which impressed the judges includes 160 singers, 145 of whom performed on that night.

Howie Mandel said: Not only I was listening to you and absorbing the sound, but I was also looking at your faces. Everyone was living the song more than playing the song or singing the song. I feel like you took me on a journey ..I love you.

Simon Cowell said: Why I like this so much, is how much you guys care. “I’ve heard a lot of choirs over the years. But, this is original and I like the choreography. And you’re a little dynamo, Sue. I wouldn’t mess with you.

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Olivia Munn (Guest judge) said: Just looking around and seeing the diversity, seeing different ages, different races, yet, you guys are all singing from the same voice. It is so inspirational to see all of you guys.

After a while, she then went ahead and pressed the golden buzzer allowing the group to go directly to the live rounds without any further deliberation from any of the judges.

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"We try to represent diversity: different religions, different ages," Fink said onstage. "We're white, black, rich, poor, gay, straight. Even Republicans and Democrats can sit next to each other in our group."

"I wanted to start something to give back to the community," said Fink. "We try to represent diversity, different religions, different ages. We're black, white, rich, poor, gay, straight. Even the Republicans and Democrats can sit next to each other in our group.

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First published: 25 July 2018, 14:36 IST
 
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