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Avery and the Calico Hearts find out Wednesday if they make the AGT semifinals

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Thanks to Judge Sharon Osbourne, Avery and the Calico Hearts got one more chance to take America's Got Talent by storm in the wild card round.

Now, the fate of the trio from Lubbock rests on America's votes.

Tuesday night Avery, Brooklyn and Kassidy put their hands up in the air singing the song "Dynamite" by Taio Cruz. They thought they could wow the crowd with a chart topping hit. In the past they've sang oldies. The girls even got their own back up dancers, boys!

"We probably won't be flirting with them, but we might," the girls laughed during the episode.

This is a journey something the trip never expected but always hoped for. When they were eliminated two weeks ago it brought them to tears and simply broke their hearts. Sharon liked them so much she brought them back to the stage they love.

"You really put everything into your singing," Sharon Osbourne said.

The three girls were so thankful and made sure to make this performance count. However, during their performance Piers Morgan, who host Nick Cannon called an ogre, buzzed the girls. Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel thought that was just plain mean. Piers said their singing did make him smile, but he thinks they should hold off and wait until their voices mature.

Howie on the other hand told the girls they should have a Saturday morning show. While Sharon said she was so proud of them.

The crowd gave the girls a standing ovation.

If you would like to see if the Avery and the Calico Hearts will make the cut, the show starts at 8 p.m. right here on NewsChannel 11.  

Four of the 12 acts will go through to the semi-finals.

To read more about the girls, you can clickhere.

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