Everything you need to know about the ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ finale

The winner of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” will be revealed at the end of the two-hour season finale on February 18. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC and will be packed with encore performances by the 12 finalists as well as some special guest stars, including 2010 winner Jackie Evancho.

At the end of the evening is when host Terry Crews will reveal who has won the first season of this “AGT” spin-off. Unlike the main show which is live, this special edition was taped. That meant that America did not get to vote for their favorites. Instead, producers turned to the superfans, a group of avid “AGT” viewers who were flown to Los Angeles from around the country to attend the tapings.

While you didn’t get to have a say in the winner, we still want to hear from you as to your pick as the best of the dozen acts. Take a look at the roster of talent below and then cast your vote in our poll at the bottom of this post. And be sure to sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on “AGT: The Champions.”

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Two of acts are the most recent winners of “America’s Got Talent”: singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer (“AGT” 2017) and magician Shin Lim (“AGT” 2018). Three more had won the show in their own countries: opera singer Paul Potts (“Britain’s Got Talent”2007), opera/rock singer Cristina Ramos (“Spain’s Got Talent” 2016) and sand artist Kseniya Simonova (“Ukraine’s Got Talent” 2009).

Two others were runners-up in their respective years: singers Susan Boyle (“BGT,” 2009) and Angelica Hale (“AGT,” 2017). The other five acts all contended on “AGT”: singer Brian Justin Crum (2016), daredevils Deadly Games (2016), magician Jon Dorenbos (2016) singer Kechi (2017) and comedian Preacher Lawson (2017).

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