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'America's Got Talent': 787 Dance Crew Suffers Injury (VIDEO)

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"America's Got Talent" (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on NBC) is no stranger to danger and injury, but it's still devastating to see a group's chances in the competition come down to a single painful mistake. Because of a critical error during one of their high-flying stunts, the 787 dance crew found themselves possibly down one member ... and even if he can return, it's possible the error could cost them their chance to advance in the competition.

To their advantage, though not in a good way, was the fact that the judges found themselves underwhelmed by so many of the performers featured in Las Vegas. "Quite a few of the acts really blew it," Zap2It said of the episode.

At least three of them were spared the chance to blow their chances, as they were advanced automatically to the live shows. Those were William Close and his homemade instruments, animal act the Olate Dogs, and human cannonball David Smith.

See how 787 dance crew and other acts fare as "America's Got Talent" continues Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET and next week at an earlier start time of 8:30 p.m. ET on Monday, all on NBC.

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