The fourth episode of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” airs Monday, January 28 starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. As with the first three episodes of this “AGT” spin-off, it will feature 10 acts who have already taken part in the franchise. We’ve done some digging and have spoilers on the line-up.
Among those in the hunt are performance artist Kenichi Ebina who won “America’s Got Talent” in 2013, and ventriloquist Paul Zerdin who took the title two years later. Of the other eight acts, only one won in their respective country: Moonlight Brothers, a dance group, waltzed off with victory on “Denmark’s Got Talent” in 2018. Another, kid magician Issy Simpson, was the runner-up on “Britain’s Got Talent” in 2017.
Five of the acts on the bill lost their bids to win “America’s Got Talent.” Among these are the Texas Tenors, an opera act that came to fame on the show a decade ago. On episode 3, opera tenor Paul Potts, the 2007 “BGT” champ, won over the superfans and will contend in the final.
The other four “AGT” finalists set to perform on episode 4 of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” are:
Brian Justin Crum, singer (AGT 2016);
Kechi, singer (AGT 2017);
Drew Lynch, stand-up comic (AGT 2015); and
Tape Face, comedic mime (AGT 2016).
The roster is rounded out by the oddest act of all, regurgitator Stevie Starr who grossed out audiences on “BGT” in 2010.