‘America’s Got Talent’ quarterfinal 2: How to vote for your favorite act to win ‘AGT’ season 13

If you want to be sure that your favorite act from Tuesday’s second quarterfinal of “America’s Got Talent” remains in the competition, you only have until early Wednesday to show your support for them by voting. Don’t worry, we have all the information you’ll need to be ready when voting opens at the end of the two-hour live show on August 21.

There are four ways to make your voice heard via: the official app, the website, the toll-free phone numbers and the X1 set-top box. You get 10 votes per method, which you can spread among some of the dozen acts that performed. Or, if you prefer, you can give one act all of your votes. Remember, only seven of the 12 acts that performed on Tuesday will make the cut on Wednesday and earn a slot in the upcoming semifinals.

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 Courtney Hadwin will win ‘America’s Got Talent,’ say 43% of ‘AGT’ viewers

We’ve done some snooping and discovered the tentative running order of the 12 acts set to take to the stage on August 21. After reviewing 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.

Makayla Phillips: 13-year-oldsinger (Heidi Klum‘s Golden Buzzer)
Da RepubliK: dance group
Noah Guthrie: singer/guitarist
Yumbo Dump: Japanese comedy duo
Samuel J. Comroe: stand-up comic
Voices of Hope: children’s choir, (Guest judge Ken Jeong‘s Golden Buzzer)

SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s newsletter with experts’ latest predictions

Savitsky Cats: animal act
Glennis Grace:
singer
Sacred Riana:
magician
Quin and Misha: dance duo (Guest judge Martina McBride‘s Golden Buzzer)
Front Pictures: multimedia performance group (Wild Card)
Duo Transcend: trapeze artists

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

More News from GoldDerby

Loading