According to the promo, the performance will be unlike anything we've ever seen or heard before, which is believable just from the responses from the judges and audience after the group of women sings, receiving a standing ovation from everyone in the stadium.
Nicole, through tears, explains: "They say there is power in numbers..."
Shane also reveals through tears that he wishes his children and wife were there in the room to have witnessed the powerful performance.
"Choir has helped me become visible," says one of the members, supported by her friends and choir members around her.
It's not the first performance on the hit Channel Seven show that has brought the four judges, Manu Fiedel, Nicole Scherzinger, Lucy Durack and Shane Jacobson to tears this season.
WATCH: Emotional performance brings judges to tears on Australia's Got Talent
Jayden told the camera in a confessional before his performance that he hasn't "done much performing in front of other people, at all." In fact, when asked if it was because he struggles with confidence he agreed, admitting it can be "pretty bad".
However, Jayden revealed to host Ricki-Lee how much singing means to him. "Singing to me was an escape. Like growing up, I sort of had it a bit rough here and there, with mum and dad and myself, in and out of homes."
Once hitting the stage, judge Nicole Scherzinger asks the 17-year-old, "Do you gig a lot?"
"This is actually my first time even singing into a mic really", he replies, "I'm pretty nervous".
Nerves aside, it became clear as soon as Jayden opened his mouth to sing that the crowd was mesmerised by his talent.
After his jaw-dropping performance, judge Lucy Durack was seen wiping away tears before Nicole addressed Jayden.
"There is something to be said for just being yourself and being vulnerable," she said, "One of my favourite sayings is, 'If you feel like you don't fit into this world it's because you were born to create a new one'".
Lucy added: "That raw passion is incredibly moving, I was floored."
Obviously, Jayden made it through to the next round.
Watch more of 'Australia's Got Talent' on Channel Seven.