Only seven of the 12 acts that performed on the second quarterfinal of”America’s Got Talent” made it through to the semifinals when the results were revealed on Wednesday. Do you think any of these lucky seven is good enough to win season 14 of “AGT”?
Read our recaps of their performances on live show 2 and then cast your vote in our poll for the act that you think has the best chance of claiming bragging rights and claim the the $1 million grand prize? And be sure to weigh in on which of the five eliminated acts most deserves the Wild Card slot in the semis too.
Tyler Butler-Figueroa: This 11-year-old violinist from Raleigh, who was Simon Cowell‘s Golden Buzzer, gave us another virtuoso performance with his version of “Don’t You Worry Child” by Swedish House Mafia.
Robert Finley: This 65-year-old singer from Bernice, Louisiana broke all of our hearts with his original tune “Starting to See.”
Chris Kläfford: This singer/guitarist from Sweden won all of us over with his soulful original song dedicated to his late great grandmother.
Light Balance Kids: This ligbt-up dance group from Ukraine, who were Ellie Kemper‘s Golden Buzzer, performed an electrifying skeleton dance in the dark.
Ndlovu Youth Choir: This chorale group from South Africa delivered a stunning version Of “Beautiful Day” by U2.
Ryan Niemiller: This stand-up comedian from Indianapolis raced away with a lot of laughs.
V.Unbeatable: This acrobatic dance group from India had the crowd cheering for their gravity defying routines.