America's Got Talent is one of the most unique and diverse shows on reality television, and tonight's episode proved this once again with a wide variety acts that covered all sides of the entertainment industry, including a few that subverted expectations in a big way. Let's take a look at who we got to see audition this week! https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vN2FHNo153XI Sophie Fatu This 5-year-old singer definitely showed a lot of personality and the spirit of a performer, showing no signs of stage fright during her performance. The judges absolutely adored her and gave her four yeses, but whatever they saw in her voice eluded me. She has plenty of time to improve and become a really strong vocalist, but based on this performance I don\u2019t think she quite matches up to the standard for\u00a0AGT\u00a0singers...yet. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vjh15BQOoNSk Sixto Rodriguez Quick-change has become its own genre of magic at this point, and the fact that it\u2019s becoming more and more common means that it\u2019s getting more and more difficult\u00a0to stand out. Even without the special props and lighting we\u2019d see in the live show rounds to help them bring the magic alive, these two managed to do so by showing a lot of personality and ending the performance by bringing in a\u00a0\u201cguest star\u201d - Tyra! They easily got four yeses from the judges. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vUWWWugILhIY Noah Guthrie Noah was on\u00a0Glee\u00a0toward the end of the show\u2019s run, but since it ended he wasn\u2019t been able to break back into the mainstream\u2026until his\u00a0AGT\u00a0audition, that is. The judges raved about his performance and unanimously sent him through. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vf4Gqj709jZo Sethward The term I think best describes this act would be \u201ccaterpillar impressionist\u201d. He crawled around the stage and then began transforming into a butterfly. I was very surprised none of the judges buzzed him right away, but by the time he\u2019d reached his final form he\u2019d received four red X\u2019s, meaning he officially didn\u2019t have a spot in the next round (and also didn\u2019t have any pants on). https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vG5PUVvCwOSU The Future Kings This Chicago hip-hop group showed up with some great choreography - as Mel B said, it was\u00a0\u201con point\u201d - and the passion of the dancers was evident throughout the routine. They got four yeses - and some donuts! https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vB3ZlW4_-BI4 Front Pictures AGT has seen a lot of technology-based dance acts over the years. This one took awhile to get going, but it was worth the wait: the visuals were much more immersive than most of the other performances we\u2019ve seen in this category, with the 3D aspects being especially impressive. The judges gave them four yeses, and while I\u2019m glad they advanced I\u2019d like to see the performer do a little more the next time we see this act so it\u2019s more of a collaboration between him and the technology. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vmSJ_Qb9-WtA Ms. Trysh It seems to have become an\u00a0AGT\u00a0tradition that we have someone come to serenade Simon at auditions every season. Usually these acts aren\u2019t taken seriously, but Trish proved to be a legitimately good singer who put her heart and soul into her song. She got four yeses (and a hug from Simon) but she had one more surprise in store for the judges\u2026her husband! https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v5vZsbWXl-_g Lord Nil This was such a great, nail-biting escape act. Lord Nil\u2019s face was locked inside a glass box and his arms\u00a0was zip-tied to a pole while a second box filled with scorpions was slowly lowered onto his head. He managed to escape just in time by pulling the two sides of the horizontal pole together so he could grab a knife to cut the zip-ties, then using his newly-freed hands to unlock the face book just before the scorpions fell into it. The judges all voted to see him again, with Simon requesting to see snakes or alligators incorporated into one of his future performances. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vTDHm31X6Xns Hans This exuberant singer performed an energetic rendition of\u00a0\u201cProud Mary\u201d complete with an accordion and back-up dancers. He even threw in a little tap dance section and ended with the splits! The judges weren\u2019t quite sure to make of the whole thing, but they all agreed it made them feel happy, so Hans received four yeses. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vfDs8XEEFqQE Samuel J. Comroe Samuel jokes about his experiences with Tourette\u2019s syndrome impressed the judges, earning him four yeses to advance in the competition. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v4gYP88q2g1I Courtney Hadwin I was admittedly not very excited about Courtney at first, since she seemed like she was going to be one of the typical teen pop-ballad singers that have become sort of a dime-a-dozen on reality TV. My pre-conceived notion was immediately shattered when the music began and Courtney immediately began grooving to the rhythm - and continued to do so throughout the song - and I was blown away when she started singing. While her performance was far from perfect and she did go off-key a few times, I think her raw-ness is exactly what is going to make her stand out in the competition. Howie coined her as\u00a0\u201cthe next Janis Joplin\u201d and gave her his Golden Buzzer, meaning we\u2019ll be seeing Courtney in the live shows come August!