'AGT' judges can't believe they let this cheesy singer through to the live shows

During the first live show of America's Got Talent Season 17, 11 acts took the stage hoping to secure one of two spots to advance directly to the finals via America's Overnight Voting.
However, while the night featured some talented singers, stand-up comedians, acrobats, dancers and even Terry Crews' Golden Buzzer, it was the return of "Parmesan Guy" that stole the show.
Ben Lapidus made history with an unprecedented judging decision during auditions when he surprisingly managed to turn four red Xs into three yeses, ultimately sending him through to this week's qualifiers.
When Ben started his performance on Tuesday night, it seemed like he was taking a more serious path and singing a ballad on guitar. But after a few opening lines, Ben suddenly stopped. After a few awkwardly quiet seconds, Ben handed over his guitar as he said, "Sorry. someone took this That was a mistake."
Ben then yelled, "I'm the parmesan cheese guy!" He then ripped off his denim jumpsuit to reveal an all-black leather outfit as he went into a full-fledged screamo-mode performance of his cheesy original song about parmesan, singing, "I keep wanting more parmesan, but I'm embarrassed!"
History repeated itself when Ben received four more red Xs. And while viewers at home loved "Parmesan Guy" and declared that he "must win it all," unfortunately the judges didn't change their minds this time. In fact, Sofia Vergara couldn't believe they all did last time as she exclaimed, "Ben you seem like a super nice guy. I don't understand how you made it here. As? how are you doing here "

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