‘America’s Got Talent’: Will Heidi Klum hit her Golden Buzzer on June 26 episode?

“America’s Got Talent” airs another jam-packed audition episode on June 26. Three of the four judges — Mel B, Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel — have each hit the Golden Buzzer to send an act straight through to the live shows. And host Tyra Banks has as well.That only leaves judge Heidi Klum. Will she find an act to back this Tuesday? Odds are that she will, as we have seen the Golden Buzzer used in each of the first four episodes on season 13 of “AGT.”

Which of these four acts to get sent straight through to the live shows do you most want to win the million grand prize and a stint as a headliner in a Las Vegas casino? Take a read of our recap of each performance and then vote in our poll below. And be sure to sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on the best (and worst) auditions of the season so far.

Zurcaroh (Tyra Banks on May 29)This dance group made up of non-professionals, defied gravity with a routine that left Banks breathless. After watching them fly through the air with the greatest of ease, the sassy host of “AGT” admitted, “I need some oxygen right now, I am freaking out right now” before she pressed the Golden Buzzer.

Michael Ketterer (Simon Cowell on June 5): This pediatric mental health nurse told his touching story of being a father to six children, five of whom were in foster care, before singing the Bee Gees classic “To Love Somebody.”

Courtney Hadwin (Howie Mandel on June 12): The encouragement of Mel B got this 13-year-old girl, who admitted to being plagued with stage fright, to raise her voice in song. And what a voice it is. Hadwin sounded like a singer who has been performing for years as she belted out the Otis Redding classic “Hard to Handle.”

Amanda Mena (Mel B on June 19): Before performing the Carole King classic “Natural Woman,” this soft-spoken 15-year-old girl revealed she was nervous. But when she sang, all trace of nerves was gone. Indeed, her homage to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, evoked memories of the Motown sound that ruled the charts in the 1960s.

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