Washington Capitals' National Anthem singer Caleb Green and his a capella group "Voices of Service" are on fire.
After a stunning rendition of OneRepublic's "Choke," Voices of Service were voted through to the finals.
Well, Voices of Service did anything but choke during their performance and will have the chance to win $1 million next week during the finale. The group is comprised of four former servicemen and women that use music as a way to provide therapy to fellow veterans who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The group released a hearty thank you to all the fans that voted for them on their Twitter page.
"Wow what a way to end. What a way to end," Simon Cowell said after Voices of Service's performance. "You know, I've said many, many times on this show, that we or any show is nothing without the contestants. Your film reminded us of you, of what you've done throughout your lives, which is outstanding. And then on the night that matters, you did the most outstanding vocal we've heard from you in the entire series. I know how this much means to you to get into the final and you know what, after that, you deserve to be there. You have my sincere respect. Really amazing."
America's Got Talent's Twitter account got in on the celebration, too.
The group started its run to the final with a rendition of Katy Perry's "Rise," which got them through the auditions.
The America's Got Talent finale will be broadcast live on Tuesday, September 17 at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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