Il Divo wowed viewers on 'America's Got Talent' last night (07.09.11).

The international classical quartet - who were formed by the show's creator Simon Cowell in 2003 - brought the audience to their feet with a full orchestra accompanying their Italian performance of the title track to forthcoming album 'Wicked Game'.

Violinists dropped form the ceiling during the group's performance on the reality TV programme - which is judged by chat show host Piers Morgan, music manager Sharon Osbourne and stand-up comedian Howie Mandel - and played their parts suspended above the operatic foursome.

Last night's show saw the 10 remaining acts in the competition whittled down to four - Landau Eugene Murphy Jr, Poplyfe, Silhouettes and Team iLuminate - who were widely tipped to progress to the final of the competition.

Il Divo - who are made up of Urs Bühler, Sébastien Izambard, David Miller and Carlos Marín - have previously played on rival reality TV show 'American Idol', which is created by Simon Fuller.