Last week we made note of the fact that the first five finalists on "America's Got Talent" were all male, but this week the show (and America) doubled down by ensuring that all 10 finalists would be men. Sharon Irving, Daniella Mass and Alicia Michilli — you were robbed! Of the 10 male finalists, who will win? Make your own predictions now and you could win our prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It's fun and easy, so start now by scrolling down and predicting the winning act of Season 10.
According to the odds that are derived from the predictions made by users like you, ventriloquist Paul Zerdin has leading 4/7 odds to win while comic magician Piff the Magic Dragon is in second place with odds of 6/1. Can anyone take down these two frontrunners?
Comedian Drew Lynch is in third place to win with 8/1 odds, followed by singer/guitarist Benton Blount in fourth place with 14/1 odds and The Professional Regurgitator in fifth place with odds of 25/1.
Meanwhile, the remaining five acts are all tied for last place (with 100/1 odds) for who our users think will win: Uzeyer Novruzov, Oz Pearlman, Gary Vider, Derek Hughes and The CraigLewis Band. Which acts do YOU think our odds-makers are underestimating?
Check out the overall Season 10 leaderboard to the right. Currently our #1 "AGT" predictor is Jean Ieong with overall 84% accuracy and 164,319 points (see her complete predictions), but there's still one week left to play in our contest and be eligible to win our weekly and overall season prizes. See our contest rules.
Making your predictions is fun and easy. Just log into your Gold Derby account, or you can register for a free account via Facebook, Twitter or Google. Get started with your own predictions by answering the following questions:
Who will win 'America's Got Talent'?
Who will come in second place?
Who will come in third place?
Will Howard Stern hit his X?
Will Heidi Klum hit her X?
Will Mel B hit her X?
Will Howie Mandel hit his X?
Every week, the eligible user with the highest prediction accuracy and most points will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate, so it's beneficial to keep coming back often and making/updating your predictions. The "AGT" performance shows air Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC, while the results shows are Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
After logging in, click on the "Predictions" button found at the top-right of every page. That will bring you to a list of every event currently being predicted at Gold Derby — everything from the Emmys and Oscars to "Big Brother" and "So You Think You Can Dance."
Click on any box and then scroll down to start making your predictions. For each TV show, cast your votes on several different questions relating to the upcoming episode. If you click on the "America's Got Talent" button, you'll see something like this:
To vote for who you think will win, drag your chosen contestant over from the left to the right. Every time someone logs their predictions, the racetrack odds of the contestants are automatically updated.
For example, if the majority of users think The Professional Regurgitator will win, that means he'll have the best odds and will go to the front of the pack. Conversely, the contestants who don't receive many predictions have the worst odds and will go to the bottom of the pile.
Remember that coming out on top doesn't just mean answering that week's questions correctly. You also have to use your three big bets (500 points and two of 200 points) strategically to score the most game points. If you bet on a longshot who pulls off an upset, you can really rack up the points, so don't take them for granted.
Average Gold Derby users just like YOU often turn out to be our smartest prognosticators, so it's important that you give us your predictions. You can continue to update and change your predictions throughout the week, just click "Save Predictions" when you've settled on your choice.
Get started by making your prediction as to who will win Season 10. And be sure to sound off on the current season of "America's Got Talent" in Gold Derby's reality TV forum.
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