The latest episode of Canada’s Got Talent proved to be a rollercoaster of emotions, featuring jaw-dropping acts, heartwarming moments, and unexpected twists that left audiences on the edge of their seats. Here are the key highlights from tonight’s unforgettable showcase:

FUNKANOMETRY’s Dazzling Debut: Hailing from Vancouver Island, BC, FUNKANOMETRY, alumni of America’s Got Talent, took the stage by storm, leaving judges and viewers alike in awe with their electrifying performance. Their seamless blend of talent and precision undoubtedly set a high bar for the competition.

Daniel Powter’s Nostalgic Rendition: The surprise of the night came from Vernon, BC, as singer-songwriter Daniel Powter serenaded the audience with his iconic hit, “Bad Day.” The song, which dominated the charts in 2005, resonated once again, showcasing Powter’s timeless musical prowess.

Twists and Turns with the Hrycan Twins: Saskatoon’s Mitchell Hrycan pulled off a remarkable stunt by swapping places with his twin brother, Michael, during his performance, leaving both judges and viewers completely stunned by the unexpected twist.

The Comedic Genius of THERE IS A BALL ON MY HEAD: Montreal’s comedic sensation had the audience roaring with laughter as he showcased his hilarious antics, tricks, and impeccable balance—all while balancing a ball on his head. His act proved that laughter truly knows no bounds.

AIR SUP ACROYOGA Redefines Yoga: Hailing from Ste-Agathe des Monts, QC, AIR SUP ACROYOGA brought a unique twist to traditional yoga, performing acrobatic feats while balancing glasses of wine. Their unconventional approach left a lasting impression, with judge Lilly declaring it a performance worthy of the group chat.

Troy James’s Spine-Tingling Contortions: Brampton’s HR professional, Troy James, left the audience in awe as he contorted his body across the stage with the agility of a human spider, showcasing a talent that defied all expectations.

Mark Lewis’s Magical Touch: Toronto’s 79-year-old magician, Mark Lewis, mesmerized both judges and viewers with his close-up magic tricks, earning himself the coveted Golden Buzzer. Judge Lilly proclaimed him as “born to do magic and comedy,” solidifying his status as a standout contestant.

Natalie Morris’s Stirring Performance: Toronto Maple Leafs anthem singer Natalie Morris captivated the audience with her soulful rendition of Brandi Carlile’s “The Joke,” earning a well-deserved standing ovation for her powerful performance.

But the stakes are higher than ever this season, with the winner set to receive an unprecedented $1 million prize—the largest cash prize in Canadian television history—courtesy of Rogers, along with invaluable financial guidance from CIBC. Furthermore, each Golden Buzzer recipient will receive $25,000, thanks to CIBC, providing them with a significant boost towards realizing their dreams.

With each episode bringing new surprises and unparalleled talent, Canada’s Got Talent continues to showcase the best that the nation has to offer, promising viewers a thrilling journey filled with unforgettable moments and remarkable performances.