“America’s Got Talent” Season 13 recently said goodbye to young singers Jeffrey Li and Angel Garcia.

In the third Judge Cuts episode of the NBC show, Garcia sang covered Bruno Mars’ hit song, “Just the Way You Are,” in Spanish. The 12-year-old singer belted out his high notes with ease, and also brought some Latin flair to his performance. Judges Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and guest judge Martina McBride were all pleased with his performance.

Immediately after, Li perfomed. The 13-year-old contestant, who currently resides in Canada, performed a flawless cover of Whitney Houston’s “One Moment In Time.” Cowell was delighted with Li’s performance, and he also said that it’s unreal that such a young person could sing such a huge record.

“On paper this should not have worked, you at 13 and singing one of the biggest songs of all time. But you did really well, Jeffrey. I’ll hand it to you,” Cowell said.

McBride seconded, “You seem kind of nervous which is understandable. But I love your voice. I mean, I can’t sing like that and I’ve had a 25-year career, so I think it’s incredible.”

But during the results, both Garcia and Li, who were called to face the judges at the same time, didn’t make it to the live shows. The six acts that made it through were sibling band We Three, singer and “Glee” alum Noah Guthrie, The Savitsky Cats, The Sacred Riana, and UDI Dance. Ballroom dancers Quin and Misha received McBride’s golden buzzer on Tuesday night’s episode.

PAC Dance Team also made it to the live shows, but fans were surprised because they didn’t really do well during the Judge Cuts round. In fact, the high school dance group received varied reactions from the judges.

By the looks of it, either Garcia or Li will return to “America’s Got Talent” as a wild card contestant. Only one of them will be given the chance to compete for America’s vote. The winner of “America’s Got Talent” will bring home $1 million and will headline a show in Las Vegas.

“America’s Got Talent” Season 13 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.