‘America’s Got Talent’
Singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer will be performing in the “America’s Got Talent” Season 12 live shows, but without her puppet, Petunia. NBC

“America’s Got Talent” Season 12 golden buzzer recipient Darci Lynne Farmer is already gearing up for her first live show performance.

In a video released by NBC ahead of Tuesday night’s episode, the 12-year-old singing ventriloquist shared that she will be singing a new song, which she assures will be a “step up” from her first performance. The Oklahoma native also said that her song is a “fun song to sing.” Farmer, who brought her puppet Petunia during her auditions, will be bringing another puppet for her upcoming performance.

Farmer will be joined by singing group In the Stairwell. In their behind-the-scenes video, the group’s leader said that the song that they will be singing is meaningful to all of them. They added that the track is so much bigger than them. During their audition, In the Stairwell received three yeses from judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum and Mel B. Unfortunately, Howie Mandel did not like their routine.

In the judge cuts round, Mandel said that he thought the group’s second performance was more fun than their first one. However, he stressed that he doesn’t think their act is worth $1 million.

Meanwhile, young dancers Paige & Artyon are also excited for their first live show performance. The duo managed to make it past the judge cuts after they wowed all four judges, as well as guest judge Seal, with their routine. In their audition, Cowell gave the dancers a red buzzer during their performance and called them annoying afterward. But in the judge cuts round, Paige & Artyon received a thumbs up from the music producer.

Other than Farmer, In the Stairwell and Paige & Artyon, several other acts will also be performing live at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Tuesday. Golden buzzer recipients Christian Guardino, Yoli Mayor and Angelica Hale will sing their hearts out once again. Comedian Preacher Lawson vows to give the judges and audience a good laugh.

Unfortunately, not all of those who will perform will make it to the next round since the first live elimination will take place on Wednesday night.

“America’s Got Talent” Season 12 airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.