“America's Got Talent” Gears Up for Record-Breaking Season 19 Featuring 2-Year-Old Math Whiz: See the Teaser! (Exclusive)

“America's Got Talent” Gears Up for Record-Breaking Season 19 Featuring 2-Year-Old Math Whiz: See the Teaser! (Exclusive)

In addition to the youngest competitor in show history, 'AGT' season 19 will also see a janitor of 23 years tugging on heartstrings and judge Howie Mandel taking a plunger to the head

America's Got Talent is back for another jaw-dropping season!

In PEOPLE's new exclusive look at season 19, fans can expect to marvel and "aww" as a brand new crop of contestants showcase their abilities and tug on your heart strings.

The new season will see the return of host Terry Crews and judges Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara. Though fans can expect the same level of talent and ribbing amongst judges, season 19 will feature a brand new twist: each judge will be two golden buzzers — a feature that automatically advances a contestant to the final round.

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The trailer begins with an emotional introduction from a man named Mr. Richard, who has been working as a "janitor for 23 years" before taking a chance at his dream on AGT.

"For me, it's not about the money, it's about the people," Mr. Richard explains before making the crowd and judges rise to their feet.

"That has America's Got Talent written all over it!" Sofía, 51, reacts.

<p>NBC</p> Sofía Vergara on 'America's Got Talent'


Sofía Vergara on 'America's Got Talent'

"We are breaking records this season. We have the youngest contestant in the history of Got Talent," Howie, 68, explains as Mathematician Baby Dev waddles to the stage.

"He's two-years-old, I mean, we couldn't even do what this little boy did," Heidi, 50, tells Sofía, who admits, "I can not even say mathematician!"

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<p>NBC</p> Howie Mandel (left) and Baby Dev on 'America's Got Talent'


Howie Mandel (left) and Baby Dev on 'America's Got Talent'

As for what's to come in this action packed season, Simon, 64, reveals that the judges are "laughing more this year than last year" while a contestant takes a plunger to Howie's shiny bald head.

When he goes to Heidi for help, she pulls the plunger off his head and laughs, "I was worried your brain was going to come with it!"

The judges marvel over the "wacky" and "amazing" acts competing for this year's prize as Howie exclaims, "Everything you thought there was no way to top it, this season tops it!"

<p>NBC</p> Howie Mandel taking a plunger to the head on 'America's Got Talent'


Howie Mandel taking a plunger to the head on 'America's Got Talent'

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With the contestants upping the ante, it's a good thing the judges have been given two golden buzzers this year. The trailer sees Sofía, Terry, Howie and Heidi slamming their palms down to advance the competitors to the finals.

"I'm sorry, I can't give you a yes. I've got to give you one of these," Simon says before pushing the golden buzzer.

In another clip, the judges watch group dances and an outdoor drone show before Simon admits this season has brought a lot of acts he's "never seen in my life."

<p>NBC</p> The judges on 'AGT'


The judges on 'AGT'

"I think it's like the bar keeps getting higher and higher every season. They know that they really have to be there 100 percent to make it," Sofía says before gushing to a young contestant, "I'm in love with you."

"Two minutes can change your life," Simon says ominously. "Good luck!"

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America's Got Talent season 19 premieres Tuesday, May 28 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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