Heidi's Wild Card choice, Flight Crew Jump Rope, opened the show. Heidi and Mel B loved it while Howie and Howard said he love's it but it's very similar to their other performances.
The judges gave Mara Justine a standing ovation after her performance of Kelly Clarkson's 'Breakaway.'
The Bad Boys of Ballet coming off a Wild Card save by Mel B had a solid performance but didn't wow Howard, Heidi and Howie.
The judges were harsh to Paul Ieti who sang the Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way,' Howie told him Mara Justine was much better.
Mike Super, Howie's Wild Card pick, performed without Desmond and won over judges with his big stage performance.
The strong, flexible balancer, Andrey Moraru, received a standing ovation from the judges even with, as Mel B put it, 'a few hiccups.'
Miguel Dakota sang 'Seven Nation Army' by the White Stripes. Howard said it was missing something and Howie told him he had a great chance of winning the million.
Sons of Serendip sang a beautiful version Swedish House Mafia's 'Don't You Worry Child' got positive comments from the judges but can they get the votes to beat out the younger, hipper singers.
Magicians, David and Leeman, avoided the spike, making Heidi happy.
Dan Naturman got some laughs with his set. Heidi didn't laugh. Mel B laughed towards the end. Howie loved him. Howard really wants to see him stay in the competition.
Mel B and Heidi felt Aerial Animation performance was not as good as others. Howard loved it and Howie was split.
The judges all approved of Emily West's performance of Queens' 'Who Wants to Live Forever.'