Even before the third live show on August 28, “America’s Got Talent” fans were weighing in with their opinions about the seven acts that would win places in the semifinals. Do their predictions match your opinions of the dozen acts that performed on the last of three “AGT” quarterfinals on Tuesday? Read our recap of their performances below and then make your predictions as to the seven that will make the cut on Wednesday’s “AGT” results show. The eligible entry with the best score will win $100 Amazon gift card and bragging rights.
The lucky seven acts which we are predicting will compete in the “AGT” semifinals that start next week are:
Aaron Crow: This daredevil made Simon Cowell his target in a knife-throwing act that came perilously close to going wrong.
Daniel Emmet: The Wild Card act tamed the audience with his operatic aria that had the judges cheering bravo.
Brian King Joseph: The electric violinist faces a future that won’t allow him to perform anymore and he inspired the judges and audience with his positive attitude.
Michael Ketterer: Simon Cowell‘s Golden Buzzer act made James Bay‘s signature song “Us” his own.
Us the Duo: This married couple sang an original tune about becoming parents that left the panel in tears.
Christina Wells: This singer soared with her performance of the show-stopping “I Am Changing” from the musical “Dreamgirls.”
Zurcaroh: The acrobatic dance troupe told the story of the Garden of Eden with a high-energy routine. The judges were impressed with host Tyra Banks‘ Golden Buzzer act.
The five acts that we expect to be also-rans when the results are revealed on August 29 are:
The Future Kingz: The all-male dance crew did a routine inspired by the music of Kanye West and other hip hop artists that featured mostly break dancing.
Hans: He delivered an unusual take on “Spice Up Your Life” by The Spice Girls that prompted Heidi Klum to liken him to the offspring of Mel B and Elton John.
Rob Lake: The magician once again failed to impress Simon with his act, despite adding elements of danger.
Joseph O’Brien: The shy 20-year-old took to the piano to introduce original song about a girl that he has a crush on back home.
UDI Dance: This troupe recreated a video game live using black lights and synchronized choreo in the dark space of the stage.
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