'America's Got Talent' Season 9: Howard Stern uses golden buzzer on Dustin's Dojo, Blue Journey caps the night

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A new feature of "America's Got Talent" for Season 9 is the golden buzzer, which each judge may use once per season to save an act that that the other judges have X-ed with their normal buzzers.

Howard Stern decided the best use of his golden buzzer was to save the oddity act Dustin's Dojo. Watch in the video above as the female judges, Mel B. and Heidi Klum, bonk this act out but Stern saves them, calling it "the greatest thing" he's ever seen.

Stern told Zap2it prior to filming the episode when he used the buzzer that you "have to be super passionate about the person" in order to use the golden buzzer, so ... we guess Dustin's Dojo is what Stern is super passionate about.

Below, however, is an act that wowed all the judges and the audience. They're called Blue Journey and they incorporate video projection into their program. It's gorgeous, so it's no wonder got four yes votes.

What did you think of the Season 9 premiere of "America's Got Talent"?

Photo/Video credit: NBC