It's frequently said that on "America's Got Talent" that only a few minutes can transform your life. This was true for the

singers from the group Chapel Hart, whose vibrant audition on Tuesday's episode enticed the judges Simon

Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel as well as hosts Terry Crews to do something they'd rather keep

to the most unique of shows. After performing on stage after the show, the Mississippi trio, comprised of two

sisters and a cousin, stated that they would like to revive the pop culture era of girl groups. They performed an original

tune composed as an ode to their musical idol Dolly Parton. The song was titled "You Can Have Him, Jolene,"

the follow-up to the classic song by Parton in 1974 "Jolene." The band brought the crowd to its feet and dancing.

When the performance concluded, the crowd was singing "Golden Buzzer." Their wild performance put a smile

on Cowell who is a notoriously hard critic. "Trust me, I needed you today," Cowell stated. "That was fantastic. I love you.

Chapel Hart has since spoken out about their struggles in securing an identity for themselves in the country music scene.