The vocal variety doesn't seem to stop on this season of America's Got Talent. This week's episode introduced us to singers who are talented in very unique ways.
Emanne Beasha is a 10-year-old from North Point, Fla. She stepped onto stage bubbly and excited, saying, "I'm so nervous," before beginning to sing. If she was nervous it didn't show, as she blew the judges away with her rendition of the tenor aria "Nessun Dorma" from Giacomo Puccini's opera Turandot.
The talent just didn't end there, though.
The Ndlovu Youth Choir from Limpopo, South Africa, not only boasts a choir of passionate singers, its mission is to provide a creative outlet for kids facing adversity.
The choir was formed 10 years ago as an after-school program, but has evolved into the professional ensemble that auditioned.
They performed an original song, "My African Dream," that earned accolades from the judges.
"We've always been waiting for a choir like this, something we've never heard before," said judge Simon Cowell. "And your energy was literally bouncing off me right there. It was a great audition and you I'm going to remember."
There was one audition that had a surprising twist.
Nick and Lindsay Williams are a couple from Staten Island, New York. They introduced themselves as a duo, with Nick singing and Lindsay playing violin.
Cowell immediately hit his "no" buzzer, but then Lindsay put down her violin and picked up throwing knifes.
Nick stood against a plank and sang while Lindsay threw knifes at him, soon throwing them with her feet. At one point she puts on a blindfold and also throws a flaming knife.
The couple received four "yes" votes after Cowell asked Lindsay to throw a knife at him with her feet and she did so successfully.
Watch their performance: