‘America’s Got Talent’ quarterfinal 1: How to vote for your favorite act to win ‘AGT’ season 13

To make sure your favorite act from Tuesday’s first quarterfinal of “America’s Got Talent” makes it through, you have until early Wednesday morning to cast a vote for them. Only seven of the 12 acts are guaranteed a slot in the semifinals. There are four ways to have your say via: the official app, the website, the toll-free phone numbers and the X1 set-top box.

We have all the information you’ll need to be ready when voting opens at the end of Tuesday’s show. Remember, you have 10 votes per method, which you can spread among the dozen acts that performed. Or, if you prefer, you can give one act all of your support.

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ Quarterfinals 1 preview: Courtney Hadwin to perform live Tuesday

Official App
Download the app from either the App Store or Google Play.

Online
At the official “AGT” website.

Toll-Free Call
Dial 1-866-602-48XX and register your vote (the last two digits will be the performance order number).

Xfinity X1
Cable customers with an X1 set-top box can vote using the remote.

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ spoilers: Wild card revealed in advance of August 14 live quarterfinal

We’ve done some digging and unearthed the tentative the running order of the acts performing on August 14. After you’ve reviewed this roster be sure to cast your vote in our poll below as to which of these 12 acts you think will win. Make your full ‘AGT’ predictions, including which seven of these will advance to the next round, and you could win a $100 Amazon gift certificate. It’s fun and easy, so start predicting right now.

Mochi: diabolo artist
Human Fountains: four-person novelty act (Wild Card)
Angel City Chorale: 160-person choir (Golden Buzzer)
PAC Dance Team: teenage dance group
Amanda Mena: 15-year-old singer (Golden Buzzer)
Junior New System: all-male dance group from the Phillipines
We Three: singing siblings
Lord Nil: escape artist
Flau’jae: 15-year-old rapper
Shin Lim: magician
Vicki Barbolak: 60-year-old stand-up
Courtney Hadwin: 13-year-old singer

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ schedule: Live shows on August 14, final is September 19

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