'America's Got Talent': American Military Spouses Choir ends night on high note

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It may have been a shorter version of "America's Got Talent" Tuesday (June 18), but it packed no less of a punch. In a show filled with dancers, muscle men and even a very impressive Rube Goldgerg device, the true stars of the night were the members of the American Military Spouses Choir.

The group regularly performs to support their husbands in the military, plus uses music therapy for soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injury and PTSD. The entire 35-woman ensemble took the stage, prepared to show the judges why they should move forward.

Their rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" easily won them a ticket to Vegas, as judge Howard Stern told the choir they knew "how to lift the human spirit." The group got a standing ovation, from both the judges and the audience, as they celebrated their victory.

Check out the American Military Spouses Choir's performance below:

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