The final of “America’s Got Talent” takes place on Tuesday (Sept. 19) and is promising to be one of the most exciting in the 12-year history of “AGT.” While singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer has been the frontrunner all season, she could stumble on this live show. Poised to snatch the crown is another child star, singer Angelica Hale. While they were both on quarterfinal 1, they competed on separate semifinals, with Farmer among those making it through on the first semi and Hale numbering among the top five from the second semi.
Read our recaps of their performances on those two semiflnals as well as the rest of the eight finalists and then cast your vote in our poll for the act that you think has the best chance to be crowned season 12 “AGT” champ on Wednesday (Sept. 20). And be sure to sound off in our comments section at the bottom of this post, especially if you think the winner will be someone other than these two.
Sara Carson and Hero (Semi Final 1): The dog trainer added another talent pooch, Loki, to the act which had an beach theme this time around.
Evie Clair (Semi Final 1): This singer won the Dunkin’ Save with her rendition of Ella Henderson‘s “Yours.”
Diavolo (Semi Final 2): Once again, this group of acrobatic dancers defied gravity with a jaw-dropping routine.
Darci Lynne Farmer (Semi Final 1): The singing ventriloquist introduced a new puppet, Edna Doorknocker, who revealed her love for Simon Cowell by singing “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” to him.
Chase Goehring (Semi Final 1): This singer/songwriter introduced with another original song about unrequited love, “What Is Love?”
Angelica Hale (Semi Final 2): The pint-sized powerhouse of a performer singer won us over with a stirring rendition of “Without You” by David Guetta featuring Usher.
Mandy Harvey (Semi Final 2): The deaf singer/songwriter broke hearts once again with another original tune, “Release Me.”
Preacher Lawson (Semi Final 1): This stand-up comedian had everyone rolling in the aisles with his hilarious routine about being single.
Light Balance (Semi Final 2): By avoiding the technical issues that plagued their quarter final appearance, this dance troupe made dazzling use of neon lights to transform made it through to the finals.
Kechi Okwuchi (Semi Final 2): The plane crash survivor won the Dunkin’ Save with her soulful singing of “Don’t Worry About Me” by Frances.
Do you think Farmer or Hale will win or will one of these other acts pull off an upset? Vote in our poll below and be sure to sound off in the comments section.
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