On Tuesday’s America’s Got Talent, guest judge Olivia Munn shocked the nearly 150 members of the Angel City Chorale when she awarded them with a Golden Buzzer. During their audition song two weeks ago, they used hand noises to make it “rain” while doing a rendition of Toto’s “Africa.”
This time they made it rain gold confetti after singing Christopher Tin’s “Baba Yetu.”
Some people may recognize the song as the theme of the computer game Civilization IV. Composer Tin celebrated with the Angel City Chorale on Twitter:
— Angel City Chorale (@AngelCitySings) July 25, 2018
Munn’s Golden Buzzer — a once-per-show honor that automatically sends the Angel City Chorale through to the next round and first live shows of the season — seemed to come as a surprise to pretty much everyone there. Perhaps that’s because Munn experienced magic firsthand earlier in the night as a volunteer during an illusionist’s show. But then again, it’s hard to beat that magic of seeing the Angel City Chorale celebrate the good news.
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