With the stink of an ugly YouTube round behind them, it was time for the "America's Got Talent" (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on NBC) judges to bring back their favorite contestants who didn't make it for a second shot. In the case of a contestant called Horse -- 25-year old Zac Gordon -- that meant "shot" literally. His talent is getting kicked in the crotch.
It was enough to convince Howard Stern to bring him back for more, and this time Stern got in on the action. He slammed Horse in the crotch with a tennis ball shot at 90 mph from a bazooka.
Also back were escape artist Spencer Horsman, dancer Lindsey Norton and dance group All That! Three singers returned: Jake Wesley Rogers, Sebastien "El Charro de Oro" and Andrew De Leon. The more physical acts included balancing act Cristin Sandu -- who fell again! -- The Bandaz Brothers, and crossbow shooter Ben Blaque. Ventriloquist Todd Oliver was back with his dog running for president, while illusionists Jarret & Raja moved a pianist and concert piano from the stage into the audience.
But who made the most of their second chance and will advance? Find out as "America's Got Talent" continues Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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