The stage was set, the lights were bright, and the talent was electrifying on tonight’s episode of Canada’s Got Talent. From heartwarming performances to jaw-dropping acts, here are the key moments that had audiences across the nation on the edge of their seats.

First up, singer-songwriter Sam Benty from Calgary, Alberta, took a unique approach to his performance, using an Omnichord to deliver an original song that left the judges divided. With its haunting melody and thought-provoking lyrics, Sam’s performance sparked a lively debate among the panel.

Next, 19-year-old Noah Kosta from Maple, Ontario, took everyone by surprise with his rendition of “Cry Me a River” by Michael Bublé. Rocking ripped jeans and a voice beyond his years, Noah’s performance earned him high praise from the judges, who were impressed by his unexpected talent.

Then, Team Canada Rhythmic Gymnast Carmel Kallem from Toronto, Ontario, stunned the audience with her breathtaking routine. Starting as a solo performer, Carmel seamlessly integrated her teammates mid-sequence, showcasing precision, grace, and teamwork.

Magician Alexandra Burgio from St. Catharines, Ontario, kept viewers on the edge of their seats with a dangerous routine that had the judges gasping in awe. With a mix of suspense and spectacle, Alexandra proved that she’s a force to be reckoned with in the world of magic.

The Ultimutts, a group of rescued animals with disabilities from Sparta, Ontario, stole the show with their adorable and impressive tricks. From skateboarding dogs to acrobatic cats, their performance had the judges smiling ear-to-ear and warmed the hearts of viewers everywhere.

Eve Parker Finley from Montreal, Quebec, brought a dose of humour to the stage with her original song “Screw You Steve,” inspired by her real-life online dating experiences. With her catchy tune and witty lyrics, Eve had the audience laughing and nodding along in solidarity.

82-year-old Soon Keun Kwon from Mississauga, Ontario, proved that age is just a number with his incredible drum playing. His energetic performance earned him a standing ovation and left everyone in awe of his talent and vitality.

Last but not least, singer Sai Juttukonda from King City, Ontario, took the stage after being discovered by Lilly on TikTok. With her soulful cover of “Jealous” by Labrinth, Sai showcased her undeniable talent and left the judges predicting a bright future ahead.

As the competition heats up, contestants are vying for the ultimate prize: $1 million, the largest cash prize in Canadian television history, courtesy of Rogers, along with financial advice from CIBC. And with every Golden Buzzer recipient receiving $25,000, thanks to CIBC, the stakes have never been higher.

With each performance more dazzling than the last, Canada’s Got Talent continues to showcase the best and brightest talent from coast to coast. Tune in next week to see who will rise to the top and claim the coveted title of Canada’s next superstar!