In yet another thrilling episode of Canada’s Got Talent, viewers were treated to a showcase of exceptional talent from around the globe. From jaw-dropping aerial acts to soul-stirring musical performances, tonight’s episode left audiences on the edge of their seats. Here are the standout moments:

1. DUO DESIRE (Las Vegas, USA)
The stage was set on fire when DUO DESIRE took to the skies with their mesmerizing aerial act, performing from a heart-stopping height of 15 feet above the stage. Their performance left everyone in suspense and awe.

Dana Schiemann’s guitar prowess left the judges in a quandary with her surprising and skillful performance, showcasing her undeniable talent and leaving a lasting impression.

3. NICOLAS RIBS (Lyon, France)
Magician Nicolas Ribs left the audience spellbound with his breathtaking magic act, earning high praise from judge Howie who hailed it as “the best magic I’ve ever seen in my history of being a talent judge.”

4. REBECCA STRONG (Prince Albert, SK)
Lilly hit the Golden Buzzer for Denesuline singer Rebecca Strong after her emotionally charged rendition of “Stone Cold” by Demi Lovato. It was a moment of pure magic as Rebecca’s powerful vocals resonated with the hearts of viewers.

Travis Lindsay charmed the judges with his comedic flair, leaving Howie in awe and declaring, “I think you just changed your life,” a testament to Lindsay’s undeniable talent and stage presence.

6. SAM BABIN (Moncton, NB)
An unexpected nomination from her sister led audience member Sam Babin to an impromptu audition, where she wowed the judges and the audience alike with her stunning vocal performance of “Creep” by Radiohead, earning her a standing ovation.

7. MEGAN & CAMERON (Charlottetown, PEI)
Megan & Cameron dazzled the judges with their graceful dance to “The Time of My Life” originally by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, showcasing their synchronicity and passion for dance.

The stakes are higher than ever in this season of Canada’s Got Talent, with the winner set to receive a life-changing prize of $1 million, the largest cash prize in Canadian television history, courtesy of Rogers. Additionally, each Golden Buzzer recipient will receive $25,000, totalling $150,000, thanks to the generous support of CIBC, to help them realize their dreams and ambitions.

With each episode, Canada’s Got Talent continues to unearth incredible talent, proving that the true magic of the show lies in the diverse and awe-inspiring performances that grace the stage. Tune in next week as the search for Canada’s next big star continues to unfold.


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