Singers dominated the line-up on the Sept. 12 semifinal of “America’s Got Talent” with six of the 11 acts raising their voice in song. But only two of these half dozen vocalists — Angelica Hale and Mandy Harvey — will make it through to the finals when results are announced on the Sept. 13 live episode of “AGT.” Based on our exclusive “AGT” predictions, they will be joined by three dance acts: Diavolo, Merrick Hanna and Light Balance. Slated to go home are singers Christian Guardino, Kechi Okwuchi and Celine Tam, a cappella group In the Stairwell, and animal act Pompeyo Family Dogs, which was the judges’ wild card.
Hale has been a frontrunner to win “AGT” ever since she got the Golden Buzzer from guest judge Chris Hardwick several weeks back. On Tuesday’s semifinal, she wowed the crowd with her rendition of “Without You” by David Guetta featuring Usher.
Singer/songwriter Mandy Harvey is also tipped to move on to the finals after singing her own soulful song, “Release Me.” This deaf singer/songwriter got a Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell when she performed one of her ballads, “Try,” on the June 6 audition episode. That sent her straight through to the live show, where she dazzled once again with an original composition, “Mara’s Song.”
Tyra Banks‘ Golden Buzzer act Light Balance is forecast to move on as well, having avoided the technical issues of the quarterfinal when producers had to substitute the dress rehearsal footage of their dazzling routine.
Also expected to make it through to the “AGT” final are two other dance acts: Merrick Hanna, a 12-year-old who has won over the four judges with his robotic moves, and Diavolo, an acrobatic troupe that defies gravity.
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