Once again, the Detroit Youth Choir wowed the audience and the judges on NBC's 'America's Got Talent', but did they get enough votes to move on in the competition?

Detroit's inspirational Youth Choir once again received a standing ovation on the NBC talent competition, 'America's Got Talent'.

Performing Carrie Underwood and Ludicris' 'The Champion', the choir got rave reviews from all four of the show's judges, and will learn tonight whether they earned enough votes to remain in the running for the top prize of $1 million.

Usually stodgy Simon Cowell told the choir, whose participants range in age from 8-18, "You all are bloody fantastic and actually better tonight than your first audition.”

Julianne Hough added, “This is bigger than 'AGT.' This is a movement of bringing music and dance together and you guys are better when you are together. And we should think about that when we think about the world.”

The results show will air Wednesday (tonight) at 8:00pm on NBC, WOOD-TV 8.