‘America’s Got Talent’: Ghost magician The Sacred Riana scares up most votes as act you will miss on ‘AGT’

We asked “American’s Got Talent” viewers which of the five acts eliminated on Wednesday’s episode was the one that they’d miss the most. The overwhelming pick of the “AGT” audience was The Sacred Riana. This ghost magician from Indonesia was the choice of a whopping 54% of those surveyed. Did she send shivers down your spine too?

The other four acts that don’t number among the seven acts that move on to the semi-finals of season 12 of “AGT” in two weeks time are: the multimedia group Front Pictures, dancers Quin and Misha, animal act The Savitsky Cats and comedy duo Yumbo Dump. Take a read of our recap of their performances on Tuesday’s second live quarterfinal and then cast your vote in our poll at the bottom of this post.

Front Pictures: The Wild Card act of the night, these virtual reality artists choreograph intricate stories in front of a high res video screen. This week’s was the tale of a haunted house.

Quin and Misha: These dynamic dancing duo had earned a Golden Buzzer from guest judge Martina McBride. Once again Quin did age-defying moves that had all the judges but Howie Mandel on their feet; he says that if you remove the age factor they’re not worthy of a spot in the next round.

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ live show 2 results: Which of the 7 acts to advance is likeliest to win ‘AGT’? [POLL]

The Sacred Riana: This Indonesian illusionist performed most of her act at the judges table, where she handed Mel B a voodoo doll with her likeness on it.

The Savitsky Cats: These felines starred in “Keeping Up with the Kats,” a spoof of the Kardashian family, and executed a series of hop sequences, balancing walks and hoop jumps. However, in a few instances the cats were more fickle than you’d hope.

Yumbo Dump: This comedy duo from Japan returned with another performance of sound effects using their bellies, much to Simon Cowell‘s dismay. He buzzed them as did Mel B and Heidi Klum; While they redeemed themselves with the first two of those judges by the end of the act, they did not with the home audience.

Do you agree with the second set of results? Who did you vote for and who are you most sad to see go? Be sure to make your voice heard in the comments!

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