How AGT judges break show's rules?

When its said on "America's Got Talent" that two or three minutes can change your life. its comes true in last episode

Singing trio Chapel Hart, whose vibrant audition on Tuesday's episode

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inspired judges Simon Cowell, Sofía Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel and host Terry Crews to do something they only reserve for the most exceptional of acts.

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They sang an original song written as an ode to their musical hero Dolly Parton

It was called "You Can Have Him, Jolene," a follow-up to Parton's 1974 classic "Jolene."

The trio got the crowd moving and grooving. By the time the song ended, the audience was chanting "Golden Buzzer."

Their raucous performance even put a happy face on Cowell, a notoriously tough critic

"Trust me, I needed you today," he said. "That was fantastic. I love you."

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Chapel Hart then opened up about their struggles to forge a place for themselves in country music

The judges broke away into a huddle, with host Crews coming down to join them

Afterward, on Cowell's count of five, all of them simultaneously hit the Golden Buzzer, sending Chapel Hart directly through to the live shows.