America's Got Talent: The Champions
This article is about the spin-off, America's Got Talent: The Champions. For the main edition, see America's Got Talent.
America's Got Talent: The Champions (often abbreviated as AGT: The Champions or simply AGTC) is a spin-off of America's Got Talent (also known as AGT), a televised Americantalent show competition, created by Simon Cowell. The program is produced by Fremantle for the NBCtelevision network, and first premiered on January 7, 2019. The program functions similar to AGT, but involves a variety of participants taken from across both AGT and the Got Talent franchise – including winners, finalists, live round participants and other notable entries – who compete against each other to secure a place in a grand final, in which the winner receives a cash prize and the title of America's chosen "World Champion" within Got Talent.
The spin-off is hosted by Terry Crews, who is joined by a panel of judges – at present, the panel consists of America's Got Talent judges Cowell, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel, and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon. Unlike the standard format for any edition of Got Talent, The Champions' contest is not held live – votes for the best act are conducted under a different voting system, and episodes are pre-recorded and aired a few months after the competition has ended. Following the first season, NBC renewed the spin-off for a second season that premiered on January 6, 2020.
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In May 2018, executive producer and Got Talent creator Simon Cowell met with executives of NBC to propose the idea of a spin-off competition for the franchise. Cowell had conceived of the idea for a global competition, based on the talent that the franchise had produced across the years from its various international editions, including the American original, and suggested that the competition incorporate some of the most memorable and notable participants from across Got Talent's history competing against each other within a venue in the United States, where the franchise originated from. Executives favored the idea greatly, due to the success of America's Got Talent, and opened discussions on the format of the broadcast for the spin-off, which they agreed to have the subtitle of "The Champions". The decision was for the contest to be held between September and October that year, but with the program pre-recorded – filming would take place throughout the competition, and episodes of all stages would be edited before their broadcast as part of the network's 2018/2019 winter schedule, thus ensuring those involved in the spin-off, both host and judges, would not have any conflicting work schedules to prevent their participation on The Champions. The new spin-off soon gained approval for production, and its creation was announced on May 12, 2018.
As part of the new production, Cowell decided that, alongside himself, the judges from America's Got Talent's thirteenth season would be involved in the spin-off competition – Mel B was the first to announce her involvement on July 27, with Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel revealed a month later. However, the main program's host Tyra Banks could not be involved in the spin-off; media outlets had begun speculating that her upcoming work schedule after the thirteenth season would likely lead to her leaving America's Got Talent, which later proved correct in the following months. Instead, Cowell and the producers sought another television personality to take on the role, and chose actor Terry Crews to be the host of The Champions.
The program proved popular following its broadcast, with NBC later commissioning The Champions for a second season. On September 26, 2019, Crews, Cowell, Mandel and Klum were revealed as returning for the new season, with singer and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon replacing Mel B, after she had left America's Got Talent prior to the fourteenth season.
Unlike the format and operations of the main competition of America's Got Talent, including the main rounds being aired live for each season, The Champions operates on a different arrangement. Participants for the competition are chosen by production staff and researchers from those who are most notable within the history of AGT and the Got Talent franchise altogether – those selected with an invite to participate in the contest range from winners, runner-ups and finalists, to the best and most notable acts in the franchise. Once all places are confirmed as filled – each participant must confirm that they are eligible for participation without anything likely to obstruct their involvement – work begins on the competition itself, though unlike the main program, the competition's individual stages are filmed, before being edited by the production staff for broadcast at a later date. Filming of the competition takes place once the first preliminary is ready to be conducted.
The contest is held within a fixed venue, with all the participants divided into five groups of ten performers, with each group instructed to be at the venue on a specific date to begin their part in the competition in a preliminary round. The preliminary round functions on a mix of formats and arrangements for judges' audition and live rounds, in that each participant is held within a waiting area, from where they can watch the performance of those before and after them, before being called out to the venue's main stage to conduct a new performance for the competition; a montage sequence, consisting of their background and performance in the respective edition of Got Talent, is crafted by production staff, who edit it into the episode of the preliminary round they are performing in. As with the main program, the judges provide feedback on a performance once it is completed, and can use buzzers to denote an act that they do not find interesting, effectively stopping a performance when all buzzers are used. The host remains in the wings, and is filmed at times to provide commentary on the participant's performance for the episode covering the round. Once all participants in a round have completed their performance, an off-stage vote is conducted with a panel of 50 voters, dubbed the "Superfan" panel, who determine which of the ten secures a place in the next stage. Alongside the vote, participants may also advance through receiving a Golden Buzzer from one of the judges or the host, though while the rule for its use remain applicable in the competition, it was amended for The Champions with a condition – one Golden Buzzer can be used in each preliminary round; if three of the judges and the host haven't used it in a round, and the host should use it, then the judges yet to use it must wait for the next round to do so. A Wild Card may also be chosen by the judges for the final, once all preliminaries are completed, from any participant eliminated in these rounds. In the finals, the Superfan panel ultimately decide who reach the grand-final, and which of the grand-finalists wins the competition.
In the first season, the competition's rules allowed for around fifty participants to compete in The Champions. The format of the program was set around a series of preliminaries, in which a "Superfan" vote, made by a select panel of voters, and the Golden Buzzer, determined who moved on to the next stage; a WildCard vote by the judges also allowed through one more participant for the next stage. The remainder of the contest was then divided between a final, and a grand-final. By the second season, the format was changed. The number of participants was reduced to forty, with the rules of the competition modified so that each preliminary would see around three acts being advanced into a Semi-finals round – two from the Superfan Vote, and the third voted for by the judges amongst the acts placed in 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively – with those reaching the semi-final competing for six places in the Grand-final, alongside those who had advanced into it with the Golden Buzzer.
Season 1 (2019)
Season 2 (2020)
Around 50 participants from across the Got Talent franchise, ranging from winners, live round participants – both quarter-finalists (where applicable) and semi-finalists – and other notable acts, participated during The Champions contest in 2019, with each of the contest's preliminaries featuring around 10 participants and around 12 of these securing a place within the finals – five from Golden Buzzers, five from public votes, and two chosen as Wildcards. The following table lists each participants that took part, their history in the Got Talent franchise – the respective international version and season they appeared in, and the result of their corresponding performance in each – and their overall result in the contest:
- Winner | Runner-up | Third place | Finalist
- Eliminated | Golden Buzzer Finalist | Wildcard Finalist
- Golden Buzzer Advancement | Won the Superfan vote | Eliminated – 2nd in Vote
- Eliminated – 3rd in Vote | Eliminated | Buzzed out
Preliminary 1 (January 7)
Preliminary 2 (January 14)
- ^1 Darci Lynne was later made a wildcard act for the Grand-final by the judges.
Preliminary 3 (January 21)
- ^2 Jon Dorenbos was later made a wildcard act for the Grand-final by the judges.
Preliminary 4 (January 28)
Preliminary 5 (February 4)
- ^3David Hasselhoff, a former judge of America's Got Talent and Britain's Got Talent, made a special appearance as part of Colin Cloud's performance.
Top 12 Final (February 11)
Grand-final (February 18)
- Winner | Runner-up | 3rd place
Guest performers: Tokio Myers & Voices of Hope Children's Choir, The Clairvoyants, Cirque du Soleil, and Jackie Evancho
Around 40 participants from across the Got Talent franchise, ranging from winners, live round participants – quarter-finalists (where applicable), semi-finalists and finalists – and other notable acts, will participate during The Champions contest in 2020, with each of the contest's preliminaries featuring around 10 participants. While those receiving a golden buzzer in each preliminary would secure an automatic place in the grand-final, remaining places would be competed for in two semi-finals, each consisting of the two highest voted in each preliminary, along with a third in each voted for by the judges from amongst those placing 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively in the audience vote. The following table lists each participant that took part, and their history in the Got Talent franchise – per respective international version, season, and performance, within chronological order from first to more recent appearance:
- Winner | Runner-up | Third place | Finalist | Semi-Finalist
- Eliminated | Golden Buzzer Finalist
- Golden Buzzer Advancement | Semi-final Advancement – Superfan Vote | Semi-final Advancement – Judges' Vote
- Eliminated – Judges Vote | Eliminated | Buzzed out | Judges' choice
Preliminary 1 (January 6)
Preliminary 2 (January 13)
- ^1 Ben Blaque's performance was terminated mid-way into his routine, due to an overwhelming concern from the judges it was too life-threatening to continue.
- ^2 Mandel did not cast his vote, due to the majority support for Ryan Niemiller from the other judges, but noted his vote would have made it unanimous.
- ^3Shin Lim, a noted participant in the Got Talent franchise, made a special appearance as part of Marc Spelmann's performance.
- ^4 For health and safety reasons, Spencer Horsman's performance had to be conducted outside the venue and with paramedics on standby; both the audience and judges were in attendance for this.
Preliminary 3 (January 20)
- ^5 Due to the majority vote for Alexa Lauenburger, Klum's voting intention was not disclosed.
Preliminary 4 (January 27)
Semi-finals (February 3)
- Grand-finalist Advancement – Superfan Vote | Grand-finalist Advancement – Judges' Vote
- Eliminated – Judges Vote | Eliminated | Buzzed out | Judges' choice
- ^6 Due to the majority vote for Duo Transcend, Mandel's voting intention was not disclosed.
Finals (February 10)
- Winner | Runner-up | 3rd place
Guest Performers: KISS, Kseniya Simonova, Lindsey Stirling, Shin Lim, Colin Cloud, Kodi Lee, Travis Barker
The following ratings are based upon those published by Nielsen Media Research after this season's broadcast:
|Episode||Title||First air date||Rating|
|1||The Champions One||January 6, 2020||1.3||6||8.06||2|
|2||The Champions Two||January 13, 2020||1.0||4||6.52||2|
|3||The Champions Three||January 20, 2020||1.1||5||7.05||2|
|4||The Champions Four||January 27, 2020||1.1||5||7.35||2|
|5||The Champions Semifinals||February 3, 2020||1.1||5||6.73||3|
|6||The Champions Finals||February 10, 2020||1.0||5||7.16||2|
|7||The Champions Results Finale||February 17, 2020||1.2||5||7.16||3|
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The winner of 'America's Got Talent' is ...
- Two youngsters were the finalists
- The winner took home $1 million
'AGT: The Champions' crowns sleight-of-hand artist Shin Lim: 'Such a fun run'
“America’s Got Talent: The Champions” brought together 50 competitors from past seasons and editions around the world.
But in the end, the two competitors vying for the title were of recent and familiar vintage: the 2017 “AGT” champ, ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, and last summer’s winner, sleight-of-hand artist Shin Lim.
After the field of 12 finalists was winnowed during the last 20 minutes of Monday's two-hour, noncompetition finale, Lim claimed the trophy and the $25,000 winner’s prize.
“It was awesome and such a fun run,” Lim tells USA TODAY of his victory, which was punctuated by a fall to the ground when host Terry Crews announced his name.
Crews, who had an up-close spot for Lim’s winning routine in last week's show, marvels at his skill.
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“He’s incredible," he says. "I was trying to catch what he was doing. I was watching cards disappear in his bare hands and I was like, ‘What in the world?’ You know it’s a trick, but he was fooling me every time.”
Although Lim is delighted with the result, the gracious champion is not certain the voters, a panel of superfans representing all 50 states, got it right.
“Darci Lynne deserved it. She can sing, she can do comedy, all with her mouth closed. That's almost like me doing magic without my hands. … And she sang opera, for God’s sake," he says. "Obviously, I’m thankful for (the superfans) voting me through and I couldn't be happier.”
Other top finishers announced late in Monday’s show, which featured numerous exhibitions and creative groupings, include: sand artist Kseniya Simonova of “Ukraine’s Got Talent” in third place; singer Cristina Ramos of the Spanish version in fourth; and, rounding out the top five, comedian and Season 12 finalist Preacher Lawson.
Crews had some favorites. “I always have loved Preacher Lawson. I think he’s a superstar. I’m a big fan of Darci Lynne and my girl, Kseniya, (who I chose) with my golden buzzer,” he says. “They’ve proven they're at the top of their game. There’s Susan Boyle, too, for goodness' sakes.”
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Lim, 27, who's had to stay mum about his victory since the fall taping, almost didn’t compete in the special edition of NBC’s top-rated summer show because it was taped right after Season 13.
“They said they had this show called ‘Champions.’ I had just won ‘America’s Got Talent.’ I was like, ‘No, I’m good. I’ll take a break. I want to relax,' ” he says. “But then I thought, 'This is kind of crazy to have all the winners compete against each other. It’s like "The Hunger Games" almost.' I thought, ‘I’ll give it a shot. Who knows?’ ”
The downside was that he didn’t have time to develop new card tricks, but that didn’t hold him back. His performance in last week’s finals competition was a variation of The Dream Act, a mesmerizing routine viewers may remember from Season 13's semifinals.
“I guess they really liked it, with the twist at the end when the (cards) appeared in (judge Howie Mandel’s) cup,” Lim says.
Lim, who was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and grew up in Massachusetts, started piano training at 9 and didn’t begin doing card tricks until he was 16, a late start for a future professional. He studied piano in college, but carpal tunnel syndrome eventually forced him to decide between the two pursuits.
“I was practicing too much, music and then sleight of hand. All this rigorous training with my fingers was too much for my wrist to handle. The tendons got too inflamed,” says Lim, who takes a break after two hours of practice.
Lim gives much of the credit for his “AGT” success to his fiancee, Casey Thomas. “She helped me emotionally through the whole thing, because it’s a pretty stressful experience.”
Thomas, a dancer who was working with another magician when the couple began dating, provided technical expertise, too. “She helped me in so many different ways, like camera angles, helping me block my acts, coming up with ideas to improve the act. She has a lot of creative solutions,” Lim says.
The sleight-of-hand artist, a term he prefers over magician, had achieved professional success before “AGT,” winning an international card-trick title in 2015 and appearing twice on CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.” But winning “AGT” brought a new level of visibility.
“Penn & Teller” “got me notoriety among magicians and hardcore nerds that watch magic, but never the lay public. Winning ("AGT") changed everything,” he says, leading to “way more gigs” and a semi-residency that begins in May at ventriloquist and Season 2 champ Terry Fator’s theater at The Mirage in Las Vegas.
He’ll also be touring, but will have to take a break for another important event in a busy year: his August wedding to Thomas in Hawaii.
The career and the relationship were proceeding well without “Champions,” but Lim wanted to see how he would do against such an esteemed field. “In a way, I did it to prove myself, to say that I belonged with these amazing 49 contestants.”
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After a summer of Golden Buzzers, child singers and shocking eliminations, “America’s Got Talent” 2017 held its season finale at the Dolby Theatre on Wednesday, September 20. The Top 10 Finalists performed on Tuesday during the Finals episode, with “AGT” viewers voting overnight for their favorites in anticipation of Wednesday’s live finale results episode. Who did America vote for to win Season 12? Based on exclusive Gold Derby predictions, the top three acts heading into the season finale were singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, child singer Angelica Hale and deaf singer Mandy Harvey.
In the event you missed the episode (or simply didn’t want to sit through two hours of reality TV padding), you can check out my minute-by-minute recap of the “Americas Got Talent” 2017 finale results below. Also be sure to sound off in the comments section about the season’s best and worst moments. Keep refreshing/reloading this page as we’ll be updating live.SEEDarci Lynne Farmer’s final ‘America’s Got Talent’ performance: Child ventriloquist sings with TWO puppets [WATCH]
7:59 p.m. — The show is about to begin! I’m in the audience up in the mezzanine, so I’ll be giving you my first-person accounts of what’s happening throughout the next two hours. Right now the warm-up guy is revving up the crowd, and there’s a countdown on the main screen letting us know that the show will begin in 5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1 …
8:00 p.m. — Here we gooooo. As a refresher, the Top 10 Finalists who performed last night were Farmer, Hale, Harvey, singer-songwriter/guitarist Chase Goehring, stand-up comedian Preacher Lawson, light-up dance group Light Balance, dog act Sara and Hero, acrobatic dance group Diavolo, singer Evie Clair and singer Kechi. Who are YOU rooting for?
8:02 p.m. — Host Tyra Banks comes out flanked by the Top 10, and then she reveals that the show had the biggest vote in “AGT” history for this finale. Whoa. The four judges are introduced for the final time this season: Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel.
8:04 p.m. — Now they’re showing an elongated “previously on” segment of last night’s performance show. Meanwhile, live on stage the production crew is setting up for the first performance of the night.
8:11 p.m. — Banks makes fun of Cowell’s “gobsmacked” remark before introducing a video package of the judges making fun of Mandel’s worst jokes throughout the season.SEEPreacher Lawson’s final ‘America’s Got Talent’ performance: Comedian recalls story about ‘naked dude’ [WATCH]
8:16 p.m. — Back from commercial and we’re seeing all of the acts playing around in the Dunkin’ Lounge. Hale tries to teach Banks how to hit a high note, and everyone in America is covering their ears.
8:18 p.m. — All of the finalists will be featured tonight in duels or solo performances, and first up is Angelica Hale and Kechi. They’re singing Kelly Clarkson’s “What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger)” and then … IT’S KELLY!
8:20 p.m. — Now Clarkson is singing alone on stage. Her new single “Love So Soft” is soooo good. Can we forget the whole competition and just turn this into a Kelly Clarkson concert?
8:22 p.m. — Clarkson says that no matter what happens, Hale and Kechi are both winners because all of the Top 10 have the exact same exposure. Clarkson then reminds us that this is the exact same stage where she won “American Idol” in 2002, with Cowell as one of the judges.
8:24 p.m. — Before commercial, it’s the next silly judge video. This time they’re all making fun of Mel B for having trouble understanding some of the acts. Do we really need these video packages?
8:29 p.m. — Banks introduces the next acts (Diavolo and Light Balance) from her position up in the rafters. Spoiler alert! Diavolo’s portion was actually filmed earlier in the day and was not live. When they finish, Light Balance comes out next and they are live, just in case you were wondering.
8:31 p.m. — Audience members were handed glow sticks during the commercial, and now we know why. Toward the end of Light Balance’s performance the cameras show the crowd and everyone is instructed to wave their glow sticks in the air.
8:32 p.m. — Surprise! It’s Derek Hough as one of the Light Balance dancers. He jokes that he was in disguise for the “whole season” before plugging a show that’s not currently on the air, “World of Dance.”
8:33 p.m. — The low point of the show so far is seeing a music video featuring Banks with many of this season’s worst acts, like the leprechaun and the Asian woman who had a crush on Cowell. In other words, time for a bathroom break!
8:39 p.m. — In lieu of a live performance from Sara and Hero, we’re shown a video of Sara Carson trying to train the judges’ dogs. As is usually the case, Mandel is the class clown and at one point squeezes through a doggie tunnel. “I feel like I’ve been reborn,” he says after crawling out the other end.SEELight Balance’s final ‘America’s Got Talent’ performance: Neon dance crew impresses with best act to date [WATCH]
8:41 p.m. — Oscar winner Marlee Matlin is on hand next to introduce Mandy Harvey, who in turn welcomes out country superstar Shania Twain. They sing “You’re Still the One” together, and then Harvey leaves the stage and Twain belt out a solo rendition of her new single “Life’s About to Get Good” complete with male backup dancers wearing pastel suits.
8:47 p.m. — What do the judges find annoying about Klum? Does anyone care? Apparently she has a knack for pointing things out, like spinach in teeth, or Cowell’s chest hair, and it gets on all of their nerves.
8:52 p.m. — Cowell’s annoying habit is that he feeds oranges to the live audiences and that he’s attracted to older women. Again, there is no reason for these judge spotlights. Can we move on to something else?
8:53 p.m. — Darci Lynne Farmer gets a clip package AND a live performance. First up, she’s in the dressing room when Jeff Dunham and his puppet Walter talk to her about the future.
8:55 p.m. — Then, Farmer does a live act with Season 2 winner Terry Fator. The less said about Farmer’s flubbed line during their duet of “Anything You Can Do,” the better. Everyone makes mistakes!
9:04 p.m. — In an impressive pre-taped piece, Mandel and Kevin Nealon sit with Preacher Lawson at the Laugh Factory and give him advice. The package ends with Mandel about to tell Lawson the most important thing about the comedy business … and then he walks away.
9:08 p.m. — Young and poised Evie Clair is sitting on a stool singing “Okay Day” before introducing James Arthur. The crowd doesn’t go nearly as wild for Arthur as they did for Clarkson or Twain.
9:10 p.m. — When Arthur begins his second song — “So You Won’t Let Go” — the audience reacts a bit stronger, as if they finally realize who this guy is. Chase Goehring soon comes out, and they finish the song together as a duet.SEEKechi’s final ‘America’s Got Talent’ performance: Plane crash survivor takes on ‘Empire’ song ‘Conqueror’ [WATCH]
9:13 p.m. — Since “America’s Got Talent” has been running for 12 seasons, Banks decides to test the judges with some trivia questions. Who won Season 7? Olate Dogs. Who’s the youngest winner of all time? Bianca Ryan. While Cowell, Klum and Mel B bomb the test, Cowell gets every question correct, declaring, “I produce the show.”
9:19 p.m. — Cowell surprises Banks with a clip package of positive, fun clips from her first year hosting the show. See, now this video is actually worth watching! Best clip package of the night.
9:22 p.m. — Banks is visibly emotional after watching her tribute video. She then introduces a clip package of the Top 10 reflecting on what “AGT” has meant to them and how it’s changed their lives.
9:25 p.m. — All 10 act come out on stage for the results portion of the show. As we cut to commercial, many of the finalists have fun with each other by playing quick games of rock, paper, scissors. Farmer has a bit of trouble playing, as one of her hands is currently inside of her puppet, Petunia.
9:29 p.m. — After 90 minutes of padding, it’s finally time for the results. Fifty-two million votes were cast last night, a new record for “AGT.” Banks will be bringing out acts in pairs and eliminating one person from each pair. First up, it’s Mandy Harvey vs. Chase Goehring. And Harvey makes it into the Top 5!
9:32 p.m. — The next pairing pits Evie Clair vs. Sara and Hero. The results is certainly a shocker, as the dog act makes it through! Poor Clair has to go home, but not before getting a big hug from Banks.
9:34 p.m. — Now it’s Diavolo vs. Light Balance. The audience boos loudly at the thought of one of these groups going home. Congrats to Light Balance for making it into the Top 5! But everyone is sad for Diavolo.
9:36 p.m. — The fourth match-up is Preacher Lawson vs. Darci Lynne Farmer. As soon as he hears who he’s up against, Lawson threatens to walk off stage. Shocking no one, Farmer makes it through while Lawson is eliminated.
9:38 p.m. — The final head-to-head showdown pits Angelica Hale vs. Kechi. The audience overwhelming shouts “Angelica!” And they’re right, as the 10-year-old girl makes it through over the inspirational plane crash survivor.SEEDarci Lynne Farmer’s final ‘America’s Got Talent’ performance: Child ventriloquist sings with TWO puppets [WATCH]
9:42 p.m. — It’s time to find out “Who has won this darn thing!” shouts Banks. The fifth place act is announced: Sara and Hero. Poor Hero has no idea what’s going on, even as the audience begins chanting “Hero! Hero! Hero!”
9:44 p.m. — The Final 4 have been revealed: Mandy Harvey, Light Balance, Darci Lynne Farmer and Angelica Hale. And now it’s time for another commercial. Gotta pay the bills.
9:48 p.m. — The fourth place act is announced, and it’s a heart-breaker: Mandy Harvey. “I’m motivated and I’m running,” Harvey says about her future.
9:50 p.m. — With only three acts left, it’s not a surprise to see Light Balance eliminated in third place. The neon dance act is disappointed, but they admit they were on “an unbelievable journey.”
9:51 p.m. — Mel B makes an oopsie when she calls Light Balance a “loser,” and Mandel jokes that in America “loser” means “winner.”
9:57 p.m. — Farmer is crying and Hale looks like a ghost. Before the winner is announced we see a nice clip package of the two girls’ journeys on Season 12 of “AGT.” One of them is about to be a millionaire. Who will it be? The winner is …
9:59 p.m. — DARCI LYNNE FARMER!
10:00 p.m. — Confetti rains down from the ceiling of the Dolby Theatre as all of the finalists and judges rush out on stage to congratulate the 12-year-old ventriloquist from Oklahoma City, OK. And that’s a wrap! Are you happy that Darci Lynne Farmer won “Americas Got Talent” 2017? Sound off down in the comments section.SIGN UPfor Gold Derby’s newsletter with experts’ latest predictions
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America's Got Talent (season 12)
Season of television series
The twelfth season of American talent show competition series America's Got Talent was broadcast on NBC from May 30 to September 20, 2017. Following the previous season, Nick Cannon ended his involvement with the program following a disagreement with the network, and was replaced as host by Tyra Banks before production of the new season began. The guest judges for this season's Judge Cuts stage included Chris Hardwick, DJ Khaled, Laverne Cox and Seal.
The twelfth season was won by singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne, with singer Angelica Hale finishing second, and glow-light dance troupe Light Balance placing third. During its broadcast, the season averaged around 12.66 million viewers, becoming the most watched in the program's history to date, and was dedicated to the memory of a participant who had died outside of filming, after auditioning for the competition.
Open auditions took place in late 2016, within Chicago, Austin, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, San Diego, New York City, Charleston, Memphis, and Los Angeles, with online auditions also accepted by producers. As with the previous year, the judges' auditions were held and filmed in March at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles. The Judge Cuts stage of the competition saw the involvement of comedian Chris Hardwick, media personality DJ Khaled, actress Laverne Cox, and singer and musician Seal as guest judges for this stage.
After eight years of hosting America's Got Talent, Nick Cannon's future on the program became uncertain after he faced criticism from NBC over a joke he made on his 2017 Showtime comedy special, Stand Up, Don't Shoot, which the network deemed as potentially racist. Cannon determined from this that it was best he left the program rather than to remain and face the possibility of being fired by the network, and so announced his resignation from the program on February 13, 2017, a month before production of the twelfth season was to begin. Although the network would not accept his announcement to begin with, owing to the fact that Cannon was still under contract to host AGT, the network's executives eventually agreed that his decision was the best course of action under the circumstances, and thus advised the production staff to find a replacement before the new season was due to begin. On March 12, television personality Tyra Banks was unveiled as the new host for America's Got Talent, prior to filming commencing.
Of the participants who auditioned for this season, 36 secured a place in the live quarter-finals, with twelve quarter-finalists in each one - amongst these included: singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne, singer and ukeleleist Mandy Harvey, singer Christian Guardino, glow-light dance troupe Light Balance, and singer Angelina Green, who had each received a golden buzzer from the main judges and host; singer Angelica Hale, singer and guitarist Chase Goehring, singer Celine Tam, and soul singer Johnny Manuel, who had each received a golden buzzer from the guest judges; and vocal group Final Draft, comic daredevil Bello Nock, and video-mappers Oskar and Gaspar, who were chosen as WildCard quarter-finalists. Around 22 quarter-finalists advanced to and split between the two semi-finals - including dog tricks act Pompeyo Family Dogs, chosen as the WildCard semi-finalist - with 10 semi-finalists securing a place in the finals. The following below lists the results of each participant's overall performance in this season:
- Winner | Runner-up | Third place | Finalist | Semi-finalist
- Quarter-finalist | Wildcard Quarter-finalist | Wildcard Semi-finalist
- Golden Buzzer - Auditions | Golden Buzzer - Judge Cuts
|Artyon & Paige||9, 8||Dance||Dancing Duo||Murrieta, California||1||Eliminated|
|Bello Nock||47||Danger||Comic Daredevil||Sarasota, Florida||1||Eliminated|
|Billy & Emily England||30, 27||Danger||Extreme Rollerblading Duo||Las Vegas||1||Semi-finalist|
|Brobots & Mandroidz||16-24||Dance||Hip-hop Dance Crew||Torrance, California||2||Eliminated|
|Celine Tam||9||Singing||Singer||Hong Kong||2||Semi-finalist|
|Chase Goehring||21||Singing / Music||Singer & Guitarist||Nolensville, Tennessee||3||Finalist|
|Christian Guardino||17||Singing||Singer||Patchogue, New York||1||Semi-finalist|
|Colin Cloud||30||Magic||Mentalist||Edinburgh, United Kingdom||3||Semi-finalist|
|DaNell Daymon & Greater Works||24-59||Singing||Gospel Choir||Various 2||3||Semi-finalist|
|Darci Lynne||12||Comedy / Singing||Singing Ventriloquist||Oklahoma City||1||Winner|
|Demian Aditya||36||Magic / Danger||Escape Artist||Jakarta, Indonesia||2||Eliminated|
|Diavolo||21-39||Acrobatics / Dance||Acrobatic Dance Group||Los Angeles||3||Finalist|
|Eric Jones||36||Magic||Close-up Magician||Philadelphia||2||Semi-finalist|
|Evie Clair||13||Singing / Music||Singer & Pianist||Florence, Arizona||2||Finalist|
|Final Draft||22-26||Singing||Vocal Group||Atlanta||3||Eliminated|
|In The Stairwell||18-22||Singing||A-cappella Group||Colorado Springs, Colorado||1||Semi-finalist|
|Johnny Manuel||32||Singing||Singer||Flint, Michigan||2||Semi-finalist|
|Junior & Emily Alabi||31, 27||Dance||Salsa Dance Duo||Los Angeles||3||Eliminated|
|Just Jerk||18-27||Dance||Hip-hop Dance Group||Seoul, South Korea||1||Eliminated|
|Light Balance||22-36||Dance||Glow-light Dance Troupe||Dnipro, Ukraine||2||Third place|
|Mandy Harvey||29||Singing / Music||Singer & Ukulelist||St. Cloud, Florida||2||Grand-finalist|
|Merrick Hanna||12||Dance||Dancer||Encinitas, California||2||Semi-finalist|
|Mike Yung||56||Singing||Singer||New York City||3||Semi-finalist|
|Mirror Image||16||Singing & Dance||Vocal Dance Duo||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||2||Eliminated|
|Oscar Hernandez||34||Dance||Dancer||Orange County, California||3||Eliminated|
|Oskar & Gaspar||N/A 3||Variety||Video-mapping Act||Lisbon, Portugal||3||Eliminated|
|Pompeyo Family Dogs||35 4||Animal||Dog Tricks Act||Sarasota, Florida||2||Semi-finalist|
|Preacher Lawson||25||Comedy||Stand-up Comedian||Memphis, Tennessee||1||Finalist|
|Puddles Pity Party||52||Singing||Singing Clown||Atlanta||1||Eliminated|
|Sara & Hero||22, 55||Animals||Dog Tricks Act||North Bay, Canada||3||Grand-finalist|
|The Masqueraders||72-74||Singing||Soul Trio||Nashville, Tennessee||2||Eliminated|
|The Singing Trump||56||Comedy / Singing||Singing "Donald Trump" Impersonator||Palm Springs, California||1||Eliminated|
- ^1 Ages denoted for a participant(s), pertain to their final performance for this season.
- ^2 Locations for members of this group were not disclosed on the program.
- ^3 The ages of these participants were not disclosed on the program.
- ^4 The age denoted here pertains to the owner of the dogs in this act; the age range for the animal group was not disclosed by their owner.
- ^5 Sara & Hero involved a second dog in their live round performances; the latter value denotes the age of the dog Hero only.
- Buzzed Out | Judges' choice | Advanced to Semi-finals
- Won Online Public Vote | Won Judges' Vote | Lost Judges' Vote
Quarter-final 1 (August 15)
Guest Performers, Results Show: Grace VanderWaal
Quarter-final 2 (August 22)
Guest Performers, Results Show: Circus 1903
- ^6 Due to a technical issue, Light Balance's performance was based on their earlier dress rehearsal for the quarter-final.
- ^7 Demain Aditya's performance suffered from technical difficulties during the live broadcast, due to a fault in the participant's equipment for his routine.
- ^8 Pompeyo Family Dogs were later appointed as the judges' WildCard semi-finalists.
Quarter-final 3 (August 29)
Guest Performers, Results Show: Mat Franco, Piff the Magic Dragon, and Jon Dorenbos
- Buzzed Out | Judges' choice | Advanced to Finals
- Won Online Public Vote | Won Judges' Vote | Lost Judges' Vote
Semi-final 1 (September 5–6)
Guest Performers, Results Show: The Clairvoyants
Semi-final 2 (September 12)
Guest Performers, Results Show: Absinthe
- ^9 Due to the majority vote for Diavolo, Klum's voting intention was not revealed.
Finals (September 19–20)
- Winner | Runner-up | 3rd place | Top 5
- ^10 Angelica Hale and Kechi Okwuchi conducted a joint routine for their second performance, and thus shared the same guest performers.
The following ratings are based upon those published by Nielsen Media Research after this season's broadcast:
|Show||Episode title||First air date||Timeslot (EDT)||Rating|
|1||Auditions Week 1||May 30, 2017||Tuesday |
|2.7||11||12.32 ||1||3 |
|2||Auditions Week 2||June 6, 2017||2.7||11||12.53 ||1||3 |
|3||Auditions Week 3||June 13, 2017||2.6||11||12.70 ||1||2 |
|4||Auditions Week 4||June 20, 2017||2.6||11||12.74 ||1||1 |
|5||Auditions Week 5||June 27, 2017||2.5||10||12.36 ||1||1 |
|6||Auditions Week 6||July 11, 2017||2.5||10||12.59 ||1||1 |
|7||Judge Cuts 1||July 18, 2017||2.5||11||12.57 ||1||1 |
|8||Judge Cuts 2||July 25, 2017||2.6||11||13.08 ||1||1 |
|9||Judge Cuts 3||August 1, 2017||2.8||12||13.33 ||1||1 |
|10||Judge Cuts 4||August 8, 2017||2.7||11||13.32 ||1||1 |
|11||Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Performances)||August 15, 2017||2.8||11||13.44 ||1||1 |
|12||Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Results)||August 16, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||2.1||9||10.89 ||1||2 |
|13||Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Performances)||August 22, 2017||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||2.6||10||12.76 ||1||1 |
|14||Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Results)||August 23, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||2.0||9||10.84 ||1||2 |
|15||Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Performances)||August 29, 2017||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||2.6||11||13.13 ||1||2 |
|16||Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Results)||August 30, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||1.9||8||11.07 ||1||3 |
|17||Semifinals, Week 1 (Performances)||September 5, 2017||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||2.6||10||13.29 ||1||3 |
|18||Semifinals, Week 1 (Results)||September 6, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||2.1||8||11.99 ||1||6 |
|19||Semifinals, Week 2 (Performances)||September 12, 2017||Tuesday 9:00 p.m.||2.3||9||11.57 ||1||3 |
|20||Semifinals, Week 2 (Results)||September 13, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||2.1||8||11.59 ||1||2 |
|21||The Finals||September 19, 2017||Tuesday 8:00 p.m.||3.0||12||14.70 ||1||4 |
|22||Season Finale||September 20, 2017||Wednesday 8:00 p.m.||3.0||11||15.64 ||1||2 |
During the 2017 season of America's Got Talent, the program paid tribute to American physician Brandon Rodgers, who auditioned for a place in the competition but died following a fatal accident after conducting his performance, on 11 June. 2017. His performance was not shown by producers during the audition episodes, as it was felt unwise to do so without consent from his family, but was later aired as a tribute during Judge Cuts episode that was broadcast on July 11.
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