‘America’s Got Talent’ Announces The Last 5 Acts Going To The Finale

Lawrence Kim
Сентября 12, 2019

Between Alex, Emanne, and Ryan, America has voted for Ryan!

Only five acts in total were able to forward to the finals, and it was an exclusive group that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results.

Click through the slideshow to see who advanced and who went home...

'We have an incredible finale lined up. The three contestants up for the Dunkin' Save are light artist Alex Dowis, singer Emanne Beasha, and comedian Ryan Niemiller.

V Unbeatable has cast a magical spell over the audience and judges of America's Got Talent yet again. America votes Voices of Service through to the finals. He chooses Emanne, which means she's going to season 14 finals!

Howie cited Alex's "originality" as he voted for the blacklight painter.

On Tuesday, 11 acts hit the stage including V.Unbeatable, magician Dom Chambers, singer Luke Islam, dog act Lukas & Falco, singer/guitarist Chris Klafford and the Detroit Youth Choir.

Show host Terry Crews, 51, announced that the first group advancing was the acrobatic dance group V Unbeatable who was the Golden Buzzer pick of Gabrielle's husband Dwyane Wade when he was a guest judge.

Piff The Magic Dragon who reached the AGT finals in 2015 performed a magic trick involving Terry's diamond-encrusted watch that he later pulled from a baked cake. While numerous acts that made it through were expected, there were some shocking eliminations as well.

Despite Patrzalek's absolutely wonderful cover of Ed Sheeran's "Shape Of You" from the semifinals, it was essentially a foregone conclusion that Detroit Youth Choir would come out victorious - however, they didn't keep them from absolutely flipping out when Terry called their names.

The final showdown was between Broadway hopeful Luke Islam and the military singing quartet Voices of Service.

The second week of the Semifinals on this season of America's Got Talent just wrapped up, and sadly we lost more incredible acts.

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