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Escape Artist Risks His Life for 'America's Got Talent' Performance - Watch Now!

Escape artist Demian Aditya risked his life while being buried alive during a stunt on the latest episode of America’s Got Talent!

The contestant was chained up and placed in a box ten feet underground while sand poured on top of him. He only had a set amount of time before the air in the box would run out and he would die.

Demian‘s wife was standing outside of the box and start to have a panic attack when the time ran out and there was no sign of him. Lo and behold, he somehow escaped without anyone noticing and was dressed in costume as one of the men pouring sand on the box!

You might need to rewind the video a couple times, just like the first time he auditioned.

'America's Got Talent' 2017 - Seven Acts Advance to Top 36 on First Judges Cuts Episode!

Seven acts moved on to the live shows during the first episode of the Judges Cuts round on America’s Got Talent on Tuesday (July 18).

20 acts performed during the episode and one performer – nine-year-old singer Angelica Hale – was given a golden buzzer to move immediately to the live shows at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

The judges deliberated after all the acts performed and chose six more to enter the top 36.

There are five acts that received golden buzzers during the auditions, making them immediate members of the top 36 contestants this season.

Click through the slideshow to meet the seven acts who moved on tonight…

'Singing Trump' Performs Backstreet Boys Medley on 'America's Got Talent' (Video)

If you’re looking for a good laugh, look no further than The Singing Trump‘s performance on America’s Got Talent!

The comedian dressed up in costume as President Trump is looking to “Make America’s Got Talent Great Again” and he did just that with his medley of Backstreet Boys songs.

The Singing Trump kicked off the performance with “I Want it That Way” and he segued into “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).” He even had a backup dance crew dressed up like the Secret Service!

Watch the fun performance below.


The Singing Trump: Bringing America Together with Backstreet Boys Medley

Magician's Card Trick on 'America's Got Talent' Will Shock You!

Get ready to be amazed by magician Eric Jones‘ magic card trick on America’s Got Talent!

Simon Cowell didn’t love the magician’s first audition for the talent competition and Eric came back with a bone to pick. He sure stepped up his game and shocked the judges with his performance.

Eric made a card disappear and when he smashed Simon‘s buzzer with a hammer, the card magically appeared!

“I take it back. That was good!” Simon told Eric after the performance. Hopefully we’ll see him in the live shows!

9-Year-Old Sings 'Girl on Fire,' Gets Golden Buzzer on 'America's Got Talent' (Video)

Angelica Hale stole the hearts of America during her audition on America’s Got Talent last month and now she is heading to the live shows!

The nine-year-old singer belted out the Alicia Keys song “Girl on Fire” during the Judges Cuts round and got guest judge Chris Hardwick‘s golden buzzer.

WATCH ANGELICA’S FIRST AUDITION: Watch the young girl sing “Rise Up”

Chris said that Angelica came out on stage like an “adorable little child and then you open your mouth and it’s like how do those pipes fit in that tiny little body?!”

“I just feel like, Angelica, you are the chosen one!” he said before hitting the golden buzzer.

Magician Goes Around the World for Cool 'America's Got Talent' Act - Watch Now!

Tom London wowed the judges for the second time during the Judges Cuts round on America’s Got Talent this week!

The magician somehow predicted the locations that the judges – Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and guest judge Chris Hardwick – would pick in advance and wowed everyone with his skill.

WATCH TOM’S AUDITION: See the tech-savvy magician’s first trick!

Tom visited Big Ben in London, the Empire State Building in New York City, the Trevi Fountain in Rome, and the pyramids in Cairo to film a video that he played after the judges revealed their selections.


Tom London: Tech Savvy Magician Goes Around The World With Magic Trick

'America's Got Talent' Airs Brandon Rogers' Audition Weeks After His Death (Video)

Brandon Rogers tragically died in a car accident in June and his amazing audition for America’s Got Talent aired weeks after his untimely death.

“On June 11th one of our contestants, Brandon Rogers, tragically passed away in a car accident. At the request of his family we would like to honor his memory by sharing his audition with you,” the producers of AGT put on the screen before the audition aired.

Brandon, who was a doctor in family medicine, sang Stevie Wonder‘s “Ribbon in the Sky” for his audition and got a standing ovation from the judges.

Simon Cowell even told Brandon that he is one of the best singers they have in the competition.

We send our thoughts and condolences to Brandon‘s loved ones as they continue to mourn his loss.