'America's Got Talent' season 14 to revisit 'show's best and most show-stopping moments' on July 2 episode

If you are worried about the final Golden Buzzer and are curious as to who might have received it, worry not, as 'America's Got Talent' season 14 will return next week on July 9, Tuesday night with its final audition episode.


                            'America's Got Talent' season 14 to revisit 'show's best and most show-stopping moments' on July 2 episode

It's going to be an almost boring Tuesday night for 'America's Got Talent' fans this week, as the series will not be airing with its final round of auditions this week. 

Because of July 4 and its festivities, 'America's Got Talent' season 14 will air with its 'best auditions' rerun on July 2, Tuesday. This week, NBC revealed that they will promote the two-hour episode of AGT as the “best and most show-stopping moments from Season 14.”

If you are worried about the final Golden Buzzer and are curious as to who might have received it, worry not, as 'America's Got Talent' season 14 will return next week on July 9, Tuesday night with its final audition episode. During the airing of this episode, fans and viewers will finally be able to find out the act Julianne Hough presses her Golden Buzzer for. 

The other three judges - Simon Cowell, Gabrielle Union, and Howie Mandel - have already used their buzzer, and so has host Terry Crews. This leaves only Hough with a Golden Buzzer, and for the series to keep it for the end, it might be a really good one, and we can't wait to see who she uses it for.

AMERICA'S GOT TALENT -- "Auditions 1" Episode 1401 -- Pictured: Kodi Lee, Tina Lee-- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

The other four Golden Buzzers will be featured in the rerun of "best and most show-stopping moments from Season 14.” While we wait for AGT to return, here is a small recap of the four Golden Buzzer winners this season. 

The first contestant to receive the Golden Buzzer this season was 22-year-old autistic and blind pianist and singer Kodi Lee. Lee performed his rendition of Donny Hathaway‘s 'A Song for You' and received a standing ovation from the judges and audience.  After his performance, Union used her Golden Buzzer for Lee sending him directly to the live shows. It was an emotional and inspirational performance, that deserved the buzzer. 

AMERICA'S GOT TALENT -- "Auditions 4" -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

The next contestant to receive the Golden Buzzer was Joseph Allen. He entered the competition wanting to make an impact and leave his footprint, and that's exactly what did. Allen performed an original song he wrote for the judges. His performance left everyone speechless, he had the entire audience cheering for him. After his performance, Mandel got up on the table and stomped on the Golden Buzzer, making Allen, the second contestant to head on directly to the live shows. 

The third contestant to receive a Golden Buzzer made an impact on everyone including Cowell, so much so that he himself pressed the buzzer for the young contestant. Performing his rendition of Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger' on his violin, 11-year-old cancer survivor Tyler Butler-Figueroa left everyone speechless and emotional during his performance. Due to being bullied Figueroa started playing the violin to help him overcome all the bad stuff that had happened to him. 

 

The fourth act to win the Golden Buzzer was a community-based choir, named Detroit Youth Choir. Wanting to have the kids of Detroit be included in something positive, their choir director Anthony White revealed that it was the main reason he started the group. They performed their version of Macklemore's 'Can't Hold Us'. Revealing that these kids represent where he comes from, host Terry Crews was drawn to tears when he pushed his Golden Buzzer for the youth choir. 

We can't wait till July 9th to see who Hough pushes her Golden Buzzer for. 

'America's Got Talent' season 14 airs every Tuesday night on NBC. Check your local listings for more information. 

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