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WATCH: Chapel Hart Returns To "America's Got Talent" With Original Track "The Girls Are Back In Town"

Country fans can vote Chapel Hart into the finale by visiting NBC.com or the official AGT app.

CMT's Next Women of Country members Chapel Hart has made their triumphant return to NBC's "America's Got Talent" on Aug. 16 to secure a spot in the finals. 

The Mississippi band, comprised of sisters Danica, Devlyn Hart, and cousin Trea Swindle, lit up the stage with the original single, "The Girls Are Back In Town." The country-rock anthem serves as the title track of their latest record. 

The fierce family made a game-changing first impression last month, leaving the celebrity judges to press down on the iconic Golden Buzzer without hesitation. The prestigious praise sent the fast-rising stars straight to the live shows. 

Their recent performance proved that they are the frontrunners of the season and displayed their superstar potential. With their name sprawled across a big screen and sparks flying in the air, the unstoppable group tackled the act in full force. 

Electrifying guitar licks and heavy percussion backed Danica's robust vocals. However, their signature harmonies and Swindle's spit-fire freestyle brought the buzz-worthy routine to new heights. The track that pushes the boundaries of country gives a friendly nod to outlaw legend Tanya Tucker and breaks gender norms. 

"C'mon girls let's go down | Where the boys like to hang around | Turn it up! Play it loud! | Burn this honky tonk into the ground |Dancing on the bar all night long | To another Tanya Tucker song | Whiskey bent and hell bound | The girls are back in town," the trio sings as they effortlessly execute choreographed dance moves. 

Thunderous applause filled the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, and Chapel Hart received a standing ovation from the panel of judges [ Simon Cowell, Sofía Vergara, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel] after Danica dropped the microphone with confidence. 

"Let me make a prediction. Things are gonna go very well for Chapel Hart. We loved you from your very, very first audition … because you just lit up the room," said Cowell. "You are amazing performers and I have a really, really, really good feeling about what's gonna happen for you." 

Vergara and Mandel chimed in to shower the promising new artists with compliments and feedback. 

"You guys are perfect. You're all about fun. We can't take our eyes from you. This performance was better than the audition," shared the Hollywood actress. "I didn't just watch a talent show. I was watching a headline show. You deserve everything. Good luck!" added Mandel. 

Chapel Hart was propelled into the spotlight since appearing on the hit television show with their single "You Can Have Him Jolene," a modern twist on Dolly Parton's 1974 classic "Jolene." The witty anthem caught the icon's attention and peaked at No.1 on the iTunes Music Chart, knocking out notable names like Zach Bryan, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, and Chris Stapleton. The "AGT" hopefuls also received an invitation to make their Grand Ole Opry debut on Sept. 17. 

The semi-finals episode was jammed-packed with 11 acts. Chapel Hart is currently going head-to-head with beloved country crooner Drake Milligan, who has already secured placement in the finale.

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