Agt dunkin save 2019

The second round of AGT quarterfinals for Season 14 came to a close with Wednesday night’s results. Seven of Tuesday’s 12 acts moved on to the semifinals. Notably, last night’s show featured what may have been the best and worst performances in AGT history.

Tonight also marked judge Howie Mandel’s 10th anniversary on the show. As a tribute, Simon Cowell debuted a billboard celebrating Howie — but mostly celebrating himself. Check it out below.

‘AGT’ Results: The Top 5

These acts were sent straight through to the semifinals, having received the most votes from America’s viewers.

Tyler Butler-Figueroa
V.Unbeatable
Light Balance Kids
Robert Finley
Ryan Niemiller

Considering Howie called V.Unbeatable’s performance the best in AGT history, it’s a good thing America voted them through. There was a confusing moment in which it seemed that Robert Finley had been eliminated with Nick & Lindsay. However, host Terry Crews called them back and announced that Robert was through.

AGT Quartefinals results

The Bottom 4

These acts received the least amount of votes from AGT viewers, immediately eliminating them from the competition without the chance at a live save or the judges’ choice.

Joseph Allen
The Sentimentalists
Nick & Lindsay
Marina Mazepa

The Sentimentalists and Nick & Lindsay had two of the weakest performances from Tuesday night, so their elimination doesn’t come as much of a surprise. (In fact, Simon called Nick & Lindsay’s act the worst live performance in AGT history.)

‘AGT’ Results: The Dunkin’ Save

These acts came in 6th, 7th, and 8th place. Viewers were given a half-hour vote to choose which of the three acts they wanted to save.

Charlotte Summers
Chris Kläfford
Ndlovu Youth Choir

America voted to send Chris Kläfford through to the semifinals. Chris said he was “at a loss for words” after being saved. The judges then had the opportunity to choose one of the remaining two Dunkin’ Save acts to send through to the next round.

Gabrielle Union voted for Ndlovu Youth Choir. Julianne Hough voted for Charlotte Summers. Simon voted for Ndlovu Youth Choir. Howie made it a tie by voting for Charlotte, so the act with the most viewer votes went through. That act is Ndlovu Youth Choir.

The Return Of Susan Boyle!

It’s been 10 years since Susan Boyle first appeared on Britain’s Got Talent. After appearing on AGT: The Champions earlier this year, Susan returned to the stage tonight to once again perform “I Dreamed a Dream.” Susan’s performance also featured a brief highlights reel of her time on BGT.

What do you think of tonight’s results? Did your favorites make it to the semifinals? Who did you vote for in the Dunkin’ Save? Let us know in the comments.

NBC

Tonight is the live results show for part 3 of the quarterfinals for season 14 of America’s Got Talent, which airs on NBC at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. There were 12 acts who performed for America’s votes on last night’s live episode and tonight, they will find out whether they move forward in the competition or not. Only 7 of the 12 acts will continue on and make it to the semi-finals, as they complete part 3 of the 2019 quarterfinals.

AGT 2019 Dunkin Save Voting

If you want to know how each of the 7 acts are picked to move forward and how the live AGT voting process works, here is the rundown. The acts who were at the top of the votes from last night’s show will automatically make it into the semi-finals. The three acts with the least amount of votes from last night will be eliminated. Then, the three remaining acts will compete for live voting, with America using the Dunkin Save. These three acts will be revealed at the start of the show so that America has ample time to cast their votes throughout the episode.

The Dunkin Save voting allows only one of the three remaining acts to move forward. But, keep in mind that you only get one save per registered email address.

For those on the west coast, you should know that voting is live for Eastern and Central time zones, as reported by Gold Derby.

If you would like to use the Dunkin Save vote, you will have to go to the Dunkin Save voting website or download the AGT voting app. The AGT app is available via the iTunes Apple Store, as well as Google Play. You can either use your Facebook account or email address to register and then vote for your favorite act, according to Good Housekeeping. After you download the AGT app, you can select your favorite act and choose your vote.

When voting via the AGT App, the website notes, “For the best possible experience, please make sure to update your device to the latest Android or iOS operating system before running the app. If you experience issues, make sure to completely close out of the app, reboot your device and restart the America’s Got Talent App. If issues persist, please contact us at http://www.nbc.com/contact/general.”

Below you can see just an example of what voting looks like when you try to cast your vote online.

The act moving forward via the Dunkin Save will be announced at the end of tonight’s live results show.

AGT Live Results Show – Quarterfinals Part 3

The 12 acts who performed last night include:

Singer Benicio Bryant
Beatboxing group Berywam
Detroit Youth Choir
Magician Dom Chambers
Opera Singer Emanne Beasha
Magician Eric Chien
Tambourinist Gonzo
Stand-up Comedienne Jackie Fabulous
Dog Act Lukas & Falco
Singer MacKenzie
Guitarist Marcin Patrzalek
Aerialist Matthew Richardson

The performances for the quarterfinals air on August 13, August 20, and August 27, 2019. The quarterfinals results shows will air on August 14, August 21, and August 28, 2019. When the quarterfinals are finished, 22 of the acts will continue to move forward in the competition, including a wildcard contestant. The finale episodes will take place on September 17 and September 18, 2019, with one act walking away with the $1 million prize. In addition, the winner will have a headlining show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

America’s Got Talent: The Champions returns with more incredible, jaw-dropping talent than ever! The show features 40 unbelievable acts from around the world, all competing to be declared the best of the best.

America’s Got Talent: The Champions has no play along and voting is not open to the public. Advancing talent from each round is determined by the judge panel (Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Alesha Dixon and Howie Mandel) along with a select group of “superfans.”

The show premieres Monday, January 6 at 8/7c on NBC.

Season 14 is concluded earlier this year. The messaging below is subject to change before the next season. Please see our page on The Voice for info on that show.

The America’s Got Talent Official App is the best way to PLAY ALONG, VOTE and SAVE while watching the show. Tell America which acts you love, mix and match judge phrases for your buzzers, cast your vote during the live shows and save your favorite acts on results nights.

While this article is generally helpful, more detailed information on America’s Got Talent can be found here and here.

The app provides different ways to play along during different parts of the season:

  • PLAY ALONG with America using your green, red and golden buzzers during performances
  • SOUND OFF on your buzzer whenever you want – even when the show’s not on
  • VOTE for your favorite acts during the live voting episodes with your NBCUniversal Profile
  • SAVE acts on results nights
  • WATCH video clips of your favorite performances
  • SHARE your favorite acts on Facebook and Twitter with AGT’s social feed
  • TWEET Simon, Gabrielle, Julianne, Howie and Terry straight from the app
  • LEARN MORE about the acts with new profiles pages, featuring bios, video clips and more

How To Vote on the America’s Got Talent “AGT” App

We’ve made it easy to vote on the America’s Got Talent Official App or NBC.com. You’ll need to set up an NBCUniversal Profile, and when the Live Shows begin, choose your favorite act and cast your vote!

Note: The America’s Got Talent App is just one of the voting methods available to support acts on the show. For more details on voting and the Dunkin’ Save, visit the show’s voting rules page.

Still have questions? See additional troubleshooting steps below.

Question: Why is there no voting or Play Along during the Auditions?

Answer: Play Along begins with the Judge Cuts, and voting begins with the Live Shows. In the meantime, you can watch the latest highlights, sound off with your buzzer, tweet Simon, Gabrielle, Julianne, Howie and Terry, and more with The America’s Got Talent App.

Question: Why am I unable to install or update the America’s Got Talent Official App?

Answer: Your device operating system or app may be outdated. The America’s Got Talent Official App supports iOS version 10.3+ and Android version 6.0+. If your device is running an older operating system, you will be unable to successfully install the app. Please update your device to the latest iOS or Android operating system version and then try to install the app again.

You can also vote on nbc.com/AGTVote or go to nbc.com/AGTMethods for a list of vote methods available.

Question: I am having NBCUniversal Profile sign in or sign up issues, what should I do?

Answer: Please try the troubleshooting steps below:

  • If you encounter a message saying your “Profile Already Exists” when you try to sign-up: Note that your NBCUniversal Profile uses the email address or Facebook or Google Profile you entered when signing up as its unique identifier. If you signed up using your email address, you can only sign in using that email address. However, if you signed up via Facebook or Google, you’ll have to use your Facebook or Google profile to sign in and cannot sign in with your email.
  • If you encounter a message saying you entered an “Invalid Email or Password” when you try to sign in: First, you may have signed up through your Facebook or Google account and may need to sign in that way instead. However, if you did not sign up via Facebook or Google, try resetting your password to your email login.
  • If you want to reset your password, try resetting it here: nbc.com/request-password.*

* If you do not receive an email from the password reset, you may have used a different email, or you may not have an NBCUniversal Profile account. To create one, use the sign up screen.

Question: Why are the app’s play along screens not timed properly with the show?
Answer: If the app’s play along screens do not appear to be properly timed with the show, it could be related to the specific show feed that you are viewing. The app is timed to the NBC television broadcast feed. As a result, If you are watching via a live digital feed (e.g. NBC App, NBC.com or Hulu live feed), the timing will be off by a minute or more due to the time delays associated with those feeds.

Question: Why does it say “You are not eligible to vote?”
Answer: America’s Got Talent vote and save are available in the United States and Puerto Rico only. For official rules, please go to nbc.com/AGTRules.
Question: How do I “lock in” my votes?
Answer: When the voting window is open, click on the act(s) you want to vote for, move the slider or tap/click on +/- buttons to the desired number (up to 10) then select “submit votes”. You can change your votes anytime until the vote closes. At the end of the night’s voting window, your votes will be cast for the acts you selected.

For more vote and save questions, visit the vote FAQ page.

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Two Raleigh natives vie in this week’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ finals. How to vote. | Raleigh News & Observer

Raleigh

This has to be a first: when the “America’s Got Talent” finals air Tuesday night on NBC, two of this season’s 10 finalists will be Raleigh natives.

Both violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa and singer Christal Sanders Rheams are competing for the first place prize.

They’ll both perform on Tuesday night’s program, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday.

Here’s what you need to know about both contestants, how to watch the last two shows and how to vote.

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Tyler Butler-Figueroa

Tyler is an 11-year-old violinist who attends Walnut Creek Elementary School.

11-year-old Tyler Butler-Figueroa of Raleigh gets the “Golden Buzzer” from judge Simon Cowell during his audition for NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” which aired June 11, 2019. NBC Trae Patton/NBC

Tyler is a cancer survivor. He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was four-and-a-half-years-old. He underwent three years of chemotherapy and recently celebrated four years being cancer-free.

While he had cancer, Tyler said some of his classmates teased and bullied him and spread the rumor that his cancer was contagious. Feeling isolated and alone, Tyler took up the violin. He saw a flier for free violin lessons through an after-school music program sponsored by the local non-profit Kidznotes. During his first appearance on “America’s Got Talent,” Tyler’s mother, Kisua Butler-Figueroa, said once Tyler started the classes, he was “full of sunshine and happy energy. It’s like, oh my God, I got my son back.”

Tyler added: “When I play the violin, it helps me forget about all the bad stuff. I just didn’t want to be the kid with cancer. So now I’m the kid who plays the violin.”

In that same episode — Tyler’s first audition before judges — he was so impressive that judge Simon Cowell gave him his Golden Buzzer pass, sending him straight to the live voting rounds.

Tyler continued to advance through the next two rounds with votes from viewers.

Christal Sanders Rheams

Sgt. Major Christal Sanders Rheams (many of her Raleigh friends may remember her as Christal Sanders) is active duty military and has been a member of the US Army Band since 1998.

Christal Sanders Rheams reacts to learning the group Voices of Service has advanced to the “America’s Got Talent” finals. NBC Trae Patton/NBC

Rheams is performing on “America’s Got Talent” with the military quartet Voices of Service, which is based in northern Virginia. The group travels to hospitals to perform for veterans.

Rheams told “America’s Got Talent” that they work with a lot of people with PTSD, using music as therapy, but the group also stresses that they want to help all people going through a struggle, not just military people.

“Personally, we all have suffered our share of traumatic experiences,” Rheams said on an earlier AGT show. “You can’t do it alone, and music can help all of us heal. We’re here to spread that message to everybody.”

When the group performed the Wiz Khalifa with Charlie Puth song “See You Again” on the Aug. 6 show, the mic picked up Simon Cowell whispering to guest judge Jay Leno about Rheams: “She has an amazing voice.”

Rheams graduated from Enloe High School in Raleigh, attended UNC-Chapel Hill and has performed in theater productions. According to her US Army Band bio, she currently attends the University of Maryland. Her mother, Arlene Sanders, still lives in Raleigh.

The other members of Voices of Service are Master Sergeant Caleb Green, retired Staff Sergeant Ron Henry and Sergeant First Class Jason L. Hannah.

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What does the winner get?

In years past, the winner of “America’s Got Talent” got a $1 million prize (subject to taxes and paid out over time) and got to headline a tour or a show in Las Vegas.

Information on the NBC website only mentions the $1 million prize this year, but NBC has confirmed to us that the winner will also headline the “America’s Got Talent Live” stage show November 7 – 10 at the Paris Theater at Paris Las Vegas.

When to watch

The two-night finale airs at 8 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 17) on NBC with the winner announced at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

How to vote

There are three ways to vote: online at the NBC website, through the AGT mobile app and through the X-Finity set-top box.

The AGT app: The free app works on Apple iOS and Android devices, but you’ll need to create an NBCUniversal profile (if you don’t already have one) using your Facebook or Google credentials, or with an email address.

Online: You can also vote directly from the “America’s Got Talent” page on the NBC website at nbc.com/AGTVote.

As with the app, you’ll need to register with NBCUniversal (but you only need to register once — your credentials should work for both platforms). You can also sign in using Facebook or Google credentials.

X-Finity: There’s a third way to vote, but you have to have an X-Finity X1 set-top box, X-Finity remote and an active X-Finity subscription that includes NBC.

You can see the full rules at NBC.com.

NBC

Tonight is the live results show for part 2 of the semifinals for season 14 of America’s Got Talent, which airs on NBC at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Several acts performed for America’s votes on last night’s live episode and tonight, they will find out if they are moving forward, into the finale of the competition.

If you want to know how each of the acts are voted on and how the live AGT voting process works, here are the details. The acts who were at the top of the votes from last night’s performance episode will automatically make it into the finale. The acts with the least amount of votes from last night will be eliminated. But, the three acts from the middle of the votes will be put up against each other for another chance at stardom, with viewers at home live voting, using the Dunkin Save. These three acts will be revealed at the start of the live results show so that America has enough time to cast their votes throughout the episode.

The Dunkin Save voting allows only one of the three remaining acts to make it through to next week. And, keep in mind that you only get one save per registered email address.

For those viewers on the west coast, you should know that voting is live for Eastern and Central time zones, as reported by Gold Derby.

If you would like to use the Dunkin Save vote, you will have to go to the Dunkin Save voting website or download the AGT voting app. The AGT app is available via the iTunes Apple Store, as well as Google Play. You can either use your Facebook account or email address to register and then vote for your favorite act, according to Good Housekeeping. After you download the AGT app, you can select your favorite act and choose your vote.

When voting via the AGT App, the website notes, “For the best possible experience, please make sure to update your device to the latest Android or iOS operating system before running the app. If you experience issues, make sure to completely close out of the app, reboot your device and restart the America’s Got Talent App. If issues persist, please contact us at http://www.nbc.com/contact/general.”

Below you can see just an example of what voting looks like when you try to cast your vote online.

The act moving forward via the Dunkin Save will be announced at the end of tonight’s live results show.

AGT Live Results Show – Semifinals Part 2

Last night, Queen Latifah appeared on the show, joining the panel of judges as a guest judge. And, the acts who performed last night include:

Alex Dowis
Chris Kläfford
Detroit Youth Choir
Dom Chambers
Emanne Beasha
Lukas & Falco
Luke Islam
Marcin Patrzalek
Ryan Niemiller
V. Unbeatable
Voices of Service

The finale episodes will take place on September 17 and September 18, 2019, with one act walking away with the $1 million prize. In addition, the winner will have a headlining show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

We’re a few weeks into the AGT live shows for Season 14, and that means the return of the Dunkin’ Save. This live voting method appears during the Wednesday night results shows, and gives viewers one last chance to save their favorite acts.

Read on to find out what the Dunkin’ Save is, how to vote for it, and what happens to the two acts who aren’t saved by America’s vote.

AGT DUNKIN SAVE VOTE.

What Is The Dunkin’ Save?

The Dunkin’ Save is named after Dunkin’ Donuts, one of AGT‘s sponsors. (You’ve probably noticed the judges drinking out of cups with the brand’s name on the side.) It allows fans to vote to save one of three acts during the live results show.

These three acts fall in the middle of the ranking after the previous night’s vote. During the quarterfinals, for example, the acts in 6th, 7th, and 8th place out of 12 were put up for the Dunkin’ Save.

Viewers have 30 minutes to vote for which of the three acts they want to see continue to the next round of competition. The act with the most votes moves on.

AGT Dunkin Save in the semifinals. Here is how Dunkin save works and what you can expect tonight.

How Do You Vote For The Dunkin’ Save?

To vote for which of the three Dunkin’ Save acts you want to see continue, go to the Dunkin’ Save website or download the AGT app on your phone. Voting lasts for 30 minutes during the live results show on Wednesday. You can vote once per email address.

Host Terry Crews announces the winner of the Dunkin’ Save live on the air after the voting window has closed. The act with the most votes will move on to the next round. The other two acts will remain on stage to learn their fate.

This season, Ansley Burns, Chris Kläfford , and Jackie Fabulous have all been saved by the Dunkin’ Save during the quarterfinals.

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What Is The Judges’ Choice In AGT?

Once America has decided which of the three acts they want to save, the judges have an opportunity to save one of the remaining two acts. Each of the four judges gets a vote. If an act receives at least three out of four judges’ votes, they move on.

However, if the judges are tied, a tie-breaker will be used. Whichever act received the most votes from viewers will move forward in the competition, with the other act being eliminated.

In the first week of quarterfinals, a technical issue with voting led to the decision not to have the judges’ choice that week. The next week, a tie-breaker saved Ndlovu Youth Choir. And last week, the judges chose to save guitarist Marcin Patrzalek.

“America’s Got Talent” will reveal the second group of five acts to make it through to next week’s finals on Wednesday’s results episode. Three of them will earn their spots based on their totals in the overnight vote after semifinal 2. Another will be chosen by the judges. The last of these lucky acts will get through only with the support of “AGT” viewers during the live show on September 11. If your favorite is in danger of being eliminated, then you need to know how to rescue them with the Dunkin’ Save.

The acts that number fourth, fifth and sixth in the overnight popular vote have to vie for your votes in a sudden death showdown. Because this drama takes place in real-time, only those viewers watching the show live in the Eastern and Central time zones will hear the results as they are announced by host Terry Crews. “AGT” fans in the Mountain and Pacific time zones have to follow along on our live blog to know if their favorite is at risk of being eliminated.

Terry will tell everyone when the voting is open. At this point, you’ll only have 30 minutes to save your personal pick. Do so at the official website or via the official app (which you download from the App Store or Google Play). Sign in with Facebook or register for an NBC Profile. Remember, there is only one vote per registered email address so choose wisely.

SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ winners: Where are they now updates for first 13 ‘AGT’ champions

Before the results are announced refresh your memory by taking a read of our recap of Tuesday’s second live semifinal. Below are the 11 acts from this week that are competing for the season 14 championship.

Emmane Beasha: Opera Singer
Dom Chambers: Magician
Detroit Youth Choir : Choral group
Alex Dowis: Light projection artist
Lukas & Falco: Dog act
Luke Islam: Singer
Chris Kläfford : Singer/guitarist
Ryan Niemiller: Stand-up comedian
Marcin Patrzalek: Guitarist
V. Unbeatable: Tumblers
Voices of Service: Quartet

The competition is really starting to heat up on America’s Got Talent this week, with the first round of the 2019 quarterfinals airing on Tuesday and Wednesday night. As AGT fans well know, the quarterfinals mark the start of live performances and viewer voting. And with all the incredible talent being showcased in season 14, your votes — including the ones you cast during the live Dunkin Save voting rounds — are key to helping your favorite acts move on to the semifinals.

As a reminder, the three quarterfinals rounds (which will air August 13 and 14, August 20 and 21, and August 27 and 28) will work as follows: Twelve acts will compete during the Tuesday night episode, and viewers will vote for their favorites. Then, during the Wednesday night episode, the voting results will be announced. The five acts who receive the most votes, plus an act chosen by the judges, will automatically move on to the semifinals. The three acts who receive the least votes will be eliminated, and the remaining three acts will compete for the Dunkin Save.

So, what is the Dunkin Save?

The Dunkin Save is the special live voting round in the AGT quarterfinals and semifinals. It allows fans to “save” one of the acts in danger of elimination and move them forward to the next round of the competition with a last-minute vote. (As for why it’s called the Dunkin Save? Dunkin — like the popular breakfast chain — is one of the show’s main sponsors.)

How do I cast my Dunkin Save vote?

When the time comes on Wednesday night, AGT viewers in the Eastern and Central time zones will be granted a short window of time to cast their Dunkin Save votes during the live show. (Fans in the Mountain and Pacific time zones will also be able to submit their votes — but they won’t be watching the show when they do, as their local broadcasts are delayed.)

To make your voice heard, you’ll need to visit the Dunkin Save voting website or download the AGT app via the Apple App Store or Google Play. Then, simply use your Facebook account or email address to register and vote. Be sure to choose wisely, however, as you only get one vote per address.

When will I know which act won the Dunkin Save?

Just minutes after the brief voting window closes, the winner of the Dunkin Save will be announced live on the show by host Terry Crews. This act will then move on to the semifinals, while the other two will be eliminated — so get your voting fingers ready!

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America’s Got Talent: Did Dunkin’ Save help Emanne Beasha, Ryan Niemiller?

  • Tonight is the last America’s Got Talent results show until the finale! With that in mind, this is the last occasion for the Dunkin’ Save to be used.

    Given that there were five different acts who would advance, we do think that this led to a wide-open situation where almost anyone could move forward … and it was hard to predict who would be chosen. Other than V.Unbeatable and Luke Islam, we couldn’t express too much confidence elsewhere. There were a lot of talented people elsewhere, but they were so many who had about the same level of performance quality.

    Want some more news on America’s Got Talent in video form? Then be sure to check out some of our latest thoughts tonight! Once you do that, subscribe to CarterMatt on YouTube and then also view our AGT playlist.

    Dunkin’ Save – Alex Dowis, Emanne Beasha, and Ryan Niemiller were all up for the Save — which meant that this was going to get crazy.

    The acts confirmed safe – The first one tonight was V.Unbeatable, which is another reminder that they are one of the biggest contenders within the show this season. Meanwhile, good news also came down for the Detroit Youth Choir and also Voices of Service. The big surprise here is that this means that Luke Islam, a potential favorite and Golden Buzzer choice, was not going to have a chance to move forward to the finale. We didn’t see that coming in the slightest.

    Dunkin’ Save results – Ryan got the Save! This wasn’t a huge shock given that he has that sort of mainstream appeal, but this came down in the end to Alex vs. Emanne. One of them made it forward, and the other one did not. We can’t say we’re shocked by any of this, given the oh-so-simple fact that Emanne has received a lot more airtime and attention of the two this season.

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    What do you think about the latest America’s Got Talent results? Be sure to share right now in the comments, and remember here to stick around for some other news. (Photo: NBC.)

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    “America’s Got Talent” will reveal the first five acts to make it through to the finals on Wednesday’s results episode. Three of them will make the cut based on their total tally in the overnight vote after semifinal 1. Another will be chosen by the judges. The last of these lucky acts will get through only with the support of viewers during the live show on September 4. If your favorite is in danger of being eliminated, you will need to know how to help rescue them with the Dunkin’ Save.

    The acts that place fourth, fifth and sixth in the overnight popular vote will have to contend for votes in a sudden death showdown. Because this unfolds in real-time, only those viewers watching the show live in the Central and Eastern time zones will hear the results as they are announced by host Terry Crews. “AGT” fans in the Pacific and Mountain time zones will have to follow along on our live blog to know if their favorite is at risk of being eliminated.

    Terry will tell everyone when the voting is open. At that point, you’ll have only a few minutes to save your personal pick. You can do so at the official website or via the official app (which you download from the App Store or Google Play). Sign in with Facebook or register for an NBC Profile. There is only one vote per registered email address so choose wisely.

    SEE ‘America’s Got Talent’ winners: Where are they now updates for first 13 ‘AGT’ champions

    Before the results are announced refresh your memory by taking a read of our recap of Tuesday’s first live semifinal. Below are the 11 acts from this week that are in contention for the season 14 championship.

    Ansley Burns: 10-year-old country singer (Quarterfinal Wild Card, Quarterfinal 1 Dunkin’ Save)
    Benicio Bryant: 14-year-old singer
    Tyler Butler-Figueroa: 11-year-old violinist (Simon Cowell‘s Golden Buzzer)
    Eric Chien: magician
    Jackie Fabulous: stand-up comedienne (Quarterfinal 3 Dunkin’ Save)
    Robert Finley: senior citizen singer
    Kodi Lee: blind and autistic singer (Gabrielle Union‘s Golden Buzzer)
    Light Balance Kids: ligbt-up dance group (Ellie Kemper’s Golden Buzzer)
    Greg Morton: impressionist
    Messoudi Brothers: acrobatic trio
    Ndlovu Youth Choir: chorale group from South Africa (Quarterfinal 2 Judges Choice)

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