Despite stitches in his left arm, cuts on his head, and an injured hip, America voted Talent trick cyclist Jeremy VanSchoonhoven through to the final round of "America's Got Talent." After last week's results show, the competition has narrowed to 10 contestants vying for a $1 million prize and a headline show in Las Vegas.

Despite stitches in his left arm, cuts on his head, and an injured hip, America voted Talent trick cyclist Jeremy VanSchoonhoven through to the final round of "America's Got Talent."

After last week's results show, the competition has narrowed to 10 contestants vying for a $1 million prize and a headline show in Las Vegas.

During Aug. 31's performance show, VanSchoonhoven, who's originally from Williams, told the audience that he fell from near the top of his set while practicing his routine, sending him to the hospital. "I haven't had a fall this bad in at least six years and I'm hurting pretty bad," VanSchoonhoven said, in a clip before he took the stage for his performance. "I'm completely terrified right now. This was the biggest performance of my life and I don't even know if I'm going to be able to do it."

The winning performance had him hopping over a picnic table, doing a 360-degree turn while bouncing on his rear tire, and climbing with his bike to the top of his set, which was a "mountain" with an artificial waterfall.

Once he got to the top of his set, he made the crowd gasp when he bounced down, landing on two consecutive steps with his rear tire before meeting the ground victoriously. During practice, he missed the second step, leading to the disastrous fall.

VanSchoonhoven will test his metal — and mettle — on "Talent" again this week. The show airs tonight and Wednesday at 9 p.m. on NBC.