‘America’s Got Talent’ results: Did The Passing Zone, Ronee Martin, Hara advance to live shows?

AGT -Tonight, “America’s Got Talent” aired its first Judge Cuts performance show, and we’d say for the most part, it was a very entertaining affair as the remaining contestants took to the stage in hopes of impress the judges. Also, Ne-Yo used his Golden Buzzer!

If you missed it, you can head over here to get our full review for Tuesday’s episode. This article, meanwhile, is all about sharing the results of this big night of performances.

We already know that Jon Dorenbos is through thanks to Ne-Yo, and with that, there were only six more spots remaining. We will have our full list of advancing acts below soon! The good / bad news is that there was enough genuine talent this time around that a few people are going to be left out.

Ronee Martin – Simon seemed actually sad to let some other acts go, but in between her voice and her story, she was one of the more worthy singers.

The Passing Zone – Which one of the judges will they torment next time? That’s part of the fun.

Lori Mae Hernandez – Really funny, and not just “for her age.” She should be able to handle the stage well in the next round.

Hara – We agree with this decision, but we have to admit that out of the acts going through, we’d take Duo Guerrero over the family band or Ronee. It’s splitting hairs, since everyone in here was pretty great tonight.

Linkin’ Bridge – They were a lock. No surprise here.

Edgar – We already made it clear that we’d probably prefer Duo Guerrero, but we’re not going to deny that these three have talent.

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