'AGT: All-Stars' 2023: Meet the 60 Global talents competing for another shot at the title

'AGT: All-Stars' 2023: Meet the 60 Global talents competing for another shot at the title
Tone The Chief, Tom Ball, and Viviana Rossi are competing in 'AGT: All-Stars' (NBC/CaseyDurkin/Trae Patton)

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: Fans of 'America's Got Talent' should note the date and time — Monday, January 2, 2023, at 8 pm ET. That is when NBC will unveil its next 'AGT' spin-off series, titled 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars.' A total of 60 former 'AGT' and other 'Got Talent' franchise talents from across the world will battle for the ultimate championship.

Ten artists will perform each week for six weeks for judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell, as well as host Terry Crews. The contestants are a mix of former champions, noteworthy finalists, fan favorites, and viral performers, ranging from singers, dancers and comedians to ventriloquists, aerialists and magicians. Only two acts will proceed to the finals each week, one through the Golden Buzzer and one through voting by 'AGT' superfans. This will result in a Top 10 list, but an 11th 'wild card' finalist will also announced. The Top 11 artists will perform one last time in the season finale, and the winner will be chosen by the superfans. Each contestant in the spin-off series is listed below.

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Aidan Bryant

Aidan Bryant appeared on Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent' as an aerialist. He finished second in the competition and won a new car. Aidan and Duo Transcend, who finished second in Champions 2, are tied for the highest-placing aerial act. He is the show's third-youngest runner-up, after Angelica Hale and Jackie Evancho.

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Aidan McCann

Aidan McCann is a child magician who reached the finals of 'Britain's Got Talent' in Series 14. Prior to his appearance on 'Britain's Got Talent,' he competed in the second series of 'Ireland's Got Talent,' reaching the Semi-Finals. Following his victory on 'Ireland's Got Talent,' he was interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres in America and had the opportunity to perform with 'America's Got Talent' champion and fellow magician, Shin Lim.

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Alan Silva

Alan Silva is an aerialist from 'America's Got Talent' Season 15. He finished fifth in the competition. Alan appeared in the French version of 'Game Of Talents' in 2021. He auditioned for the eighth season of 'Spain's Got Talent' in 2022, where he got the Golden Buzzer from judge Dani Martinez.

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Alan Silva is Alfredo Silva's older brother from 'Deadly Games' and Alfredo Silva's 'Cage Riders.' Alan was the most advanced performer in Season 15 who used the Dunkin' Save in the Quarterfinals or Semifinals. Alan is the second-best aerial act, after only Duo Transcend (second in Champions 2) and Aidan Bryant (second in Season 16).



 

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Ana Maria Margean

Ana Maria appeared on the eleventh season of 'Romania's Got Talent' in 2021, winning the Golden Buzzer from judge Andra at the age of 11. The young singer has accomplished a lot at such a young age and is a member of the Teatrului Muzical Pentru Copii Bucuresti (TMCB). The upcoming 'AGT: All Stars' participant also contributed to the development of Musical Parcul De Distractii, which ran from 2019 to 2020 at Teatrul de Operata si Musical Ion Dacian in Bucharest. Ana Maria's ventriloquist training began in March 2020 with Crina Zvoboda, a well-known Romanian actor and ventriloquist.



 

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Aneeshwar Kunchala

Aneeshwar Kunchula is a young poet who came in seventh place on Series 15 of 'Britain's Got Talent.' He was 7 years old and a student at the time of his audition. He was the first golden moment artist to be called to audition by a judge, David Walliams.

While in school in November 2020, he was visited by Matt Edwards from Countryfile. Prime Minister Boris Johnson presented him with the 'Points of Light -1729' award as the 'Young Conservationist Climate Leader' in December 2020. He was featured on 'BBC Breakfast' with Steve Backshall in March 2021.

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Archie Williams

Archie Williams appeared on Season 15 of 'America's Got Talent' as a vocalist. He came in fifth place out of ten. He was once wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit when he was 22 years old and sentenced to life in jail without the possibility of release. Furthermore, he was imprisoned for the following 37 years until being freed in 2019. Music was the main thing that got Archie through this period. He sought solace by joining the "church" choir in jail. He even started his own band with the help of other detainees.

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Avery Dixon

Avery Dixon appeared on Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent' as a saxophonist. He finished sixth out of eleven competitors. Avery is the first solo act in show history to receive Terry's Golden Buzzer. Avery is also the first saxophonist to win the Golden Buzzer on 'America's Got Talent,' and the first in the franchise's history. Avery is the first saxophonist to proceed to both the live performances and the finals.

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Axel Blake

Axel Blake is a British comedian who won the 15th season of 'Britain's Got Talent.' He is Simon Cowell's first Golden Buzzer artist to win any Got Talent show judged by Cowell. He is the second Golden Buzzer artist to win the main program, following Jon Courtenay in Series 14.

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Axel appears on an episode of CBBC's 'Saturday Mash Up Live' in July 2022. Blake appears in an episode of 'Celebrity Lingo' in September 2022. Blake appears in an episode of 'Don't Hate The Playaz' in November 2022. Axel appeared at The Royal Variety Performance in front of the Earl and Countess of Wessex in December 2022, and his performance was presented by Simon Cowell. During his performance, he mentioned no longer shopping at TK Maxx, discovering family members he never knew he had, and battling with his fiance.



 

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Bello Sisters

The Bello Sisters were an acrobat trio that appeared on Season 15 of 'America's Got Talent.' They came in fifth place out of ten.

The Bello Sisters tried out for 'Das Supertalent' in 2020. Bello Sisters auditioned for the eleventh season of 'Romanii Au Talent' in 2021. In addition, as "Beautiful Sisters," the Bello Sisters reached the finals of 'Italia's Got Talent' in 2021. They finished twelfth.

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Bello Sisters is the first act since Linkin' Bridge in Season 11 to advance to the Finals via the Top 3 in the public vote in the Semifinals, rather than the Judges' Choice. The Bello Sisters and Daneliya Tuleshova were the only Season 15 finalists who received the most public votes in the Semifinals, but did not advance to the Finals. Due to German TV rules affecting minors, Joline was not present with her sisters for their judges' remarks and outcomes throughout the Semifinals and Finals.



 

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Berywam

Berywam was a beatboxing ensemble that appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent.' They were knocked out in the quarterfinals. In 2020, the group competed in the fifteenth season of 'La France an un incroyable talent: La Bataille du Jury,' where they were ousted during the second set of The Duels after losing to Thomas Boissy.

Berywam came in third place on 'France's Got Talent' in 2018. Dakota and Nadia, who participated in Season 14 as well, finished second that season. In Week 1 of Judge Cuts, the two artists coincidentally reconnected. With over 119 million views on the official YouTube channel, Berywam presently has the most-viewed audition YouTube video in 'America's Got Talent' history.

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Bir Khalsa

Bir Khalsa appeared in Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent.' They were knocked out in the quarterfinals.

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Jagdeep Singh is 7'6" tall, making him the tallest person to ever appear on 'America's Got Talent' and one of the tallest persons in history. Karamjit Singh departed the group after the Judge Cuts and was replaced by someone else in the Quarterfinals.

In 2020, Bir Khalsa auditioned for Romania's Got Talent. They auditioned for the tenth season of 'Australia's Got Talent' in 2022, but were knocked out in the quarterfinals.

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Brandon Leake

Brandon Leake is a poet from 'America's Got Talent' Season 15. He won the competition, taking home a $1,000,000 prize, a new car, and the opportunity to headline a concert in Las Vegas.

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Brandon returns as a Season 16 guest artist, giving a spoken word piece on his birthplace of Stockton. He will be a member of the 'AGT' Live residency and is working on a film.

Brandon Leake is the first spoken word poet act to win the Golden Buzzer and go to the Finals. Brandon discussed auditioning for Season 12 during his Finals performance. He did not advance to the audition stage and was turned down by the producers. Brandon is the second Golden Buzzer winner for Howie Mandel, following Grace VanderWaal and V.Unbeatable. He is the competition's first novelty act to win. Brandon Leake is the first winner to perform in the first half of the grand final's episode since Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr in Season 6, as well as the first African American winner since Landau. Every time Brandon performed, all four judges were not there. Heidi missed his initial audition due to illness, while Simon missed his live show appearances due to a back ailment. Brandon is the first poet to make it through the audition process. He is the fifth Golden Buzzer winner in 'AGT' history, following the first, Paul Zerdin, the second, Grace VanderWaal, the third, Darci Lynne, and the fourth, Kodi Lee. If The Champions were included, V.Unbeatable would be the fifth Golden Buzzer to win overall, and Brandon would be the sixth.

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Brett Loudermilk

Brett Loudermilk appeared on Season 15 of 'America's Got Talent' as a sword swallower. He was knocked out in the Semifinals.

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Brett is the first sword-swallower performer to progress past the Quarterfinals in the show's history. Brett was the only non-singing performer to get to the Semifinals in his Quarterfinal episode.



 

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Caly Bevier

Calysta Bevier competed in Season 11 of 'America's Got Talent.' She was knocked out in the Semifinals.

Calysta is the first Golden Buzzer performer chosen by Simon Cowell while judging on 'America's Got Talent' who did not proceed to the Finals. Mandy Harvey, Michael Ketterer, Tyler Butler-Figueroa, and Sara James, his other Golden Buzzer performers, all made the finals in their respective seasons. In Season 15, she was followed by W.A.F.F.L.E. Crew. Simon chose her as one of three Golden Buzzer performers that have (or have had) a cancer diagnosis, the others being Tyler Butler-Figueroa in Season 14 and Nightbirde in Season 16.

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Captain Ruin

Captain Ruin was on Season 9 of 'Australia's Got Talent,' receiving the Golden Buzzer in the semi-finals, but withdrawing before the finals.

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Captain Ruin has over 3,000 social media followers and frequently updates information about his shows. On his Instagram feed, he also posts portraits of himself. His most recent performance was with Salva's Snow Show in Melbourne.



 

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Cristina Rae

Cristina Rae competed in Season 15 of 'America's Got Talent.' She finished third in the competition.

After being interrupted by Simon during her audition, Cristina is the second singing act to make it to the finals. She is, however, the highest-ranking singing act to be halted by Simon. She is Heidi Klum's most advanced Golden Buzzer in the main series. Cristina was also the first of Heidi's two straight Golden Buzzer acts to make it to the final. Léa Kyle trailed behind her.

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Dance Town Family

Dance Town Family was a Season 15 'America's Got Talent' dance ensemble. They were knocked out in the Quarterfinals, but returned as a Wildcard in the Semifinals, where they were knocked out again.

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The only three acts to proceed to the semifinals from the Season 15 online auditions are Dance Town Family, Max Major, and Jonathan Goodwin. They and Spyros Bros are the first acts to be eliminated in the same Semifinals pairing since Yoli Mayor and Johnny Manuel in Season 12. The Star Dance Alliance selected the Dance Town Family as Studio of the Year for 2019-2020. Dance Town Family is the sole auditioned act to be on 'America's Got Talent: All Stars.'



 

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Daneliya Tuleshova

Daneliya Tuleshova was a vocalist from 'America's Got Talent' Season 15. She came in fifth place out of ten.

Daneliya is the first former Junior Eurovision winner to compete in the 'AGT' finals. In Season 17, she was followed by Sara James. Daneliya is the first performer to defeat two Golden Buzzer acts in a single group result. Daneliya and the Bello Sisters were the only Season 15 finalists to win the public vote in the Semifinals yet fail to advance to the Finals.

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Darius Mabda

Darius Mabda won the twelfth season of 'Romania's Got Talent' in 2022 after receiving the Golden Buzzer from judge Mihai Bobonete. Darius also competed in national and international dancing contests. He won first place in his age category at the Freedom Dance Festival in Hungary and first place in his age category at the Bucharest Dance Festival. He attended numerous dancing programs in Bucharest. Furthermore, he also studied with Oana Ioniță.

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Detroit Youth Choir

The Detroit Youth Choir appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent.' They finished second in the competition.

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In Season 15, the Detroit Youth Choir returned as guest singers, singing Imagine Dragons' 'Believer.' They played 'Glory,' by John Legend and Common, at a campaign rally in Detroit for Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden on October 16, 2020. The Detroit Youth Choir is the first singing act to be awarded the Golden Buzzer by the show's emcee. The Detroit Youth Choir is just the second choir in the show's history to reach the finals. With Silhouettes from Season 6 and Zurcaroh from Season 13, they are tied for the second-highest-ranked group act in series history. They are the series' highest-ranking choir. They are the third Golden Buzzer awarded by a host to make the top three, following Light Balance and Zurcaroh.



 

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Divyansh & Manuraj

Divyash and Manau won the competition on 'India's Got Talent' Season 9.

Divyansh enthralled everyone with his beatboxing talents, while Manuraj produced an outstanding performance on his flute on 'India's Got Talent' Season 9. The pair worked together specifically for the reality program and were awarded the Golden Buzzer by the judges, which included rapper Badshah, actor Shilpa Shetty, veteran actress Kirron Kher, and lyricist Manoj Muntashir. They kept rising in the ranks and delivering outstanding results. The judges and fans were astounded by the duo's chemistry and on-stage presence. They have finally proclaimed the champions of the Indian reality TV program in 2019 and received a reward money of 20 lakhs.

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Dustin Tavella

Dustin Tavella appeared on Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent' as a magician. He won the competition, taking home a $1,000,000 prize, a new car, and the opportunity to headline a concert in Las Vegas.

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Dustin made a cameo appearance in Season 17 as a guest performer. Dustin is the third 'AGT' winner, after Mat Franco in Season 9 and Shin Lim in Season 13. Dustin is the second non-Golden Buzzer performer to win the title since the Golden Buzzer's new format debuted in Season 10. Shin Lim from Season 13 was the first to fail to obtain the coveted buzzer in either his audition or his Judge Cuts performance.



 

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Dustin’s Dojo

Dustin's Dojo was a comedic karate pair from Season 9 of 'America's Got Talent,' and they were eliminated during the last week of the competition.

They were the first act in the show's history to get the Golden Buzzer. They are the only two artists from 'America's Got Talent: All Stars,' along with Viviana Rossi, who did not proceed to the live events.

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Emil & Dariel

Emil and Dariel were a cellist duet from 'America's Got Talent' Season 9. They were eliminated in the top 12 of the Judges' Choice competition.

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Emil and Dariel advanced further than any other act in Season 9 who did not perform during Judgment Week, despite having a chance to enter the Top 6. Later, Emil and Dariel got the opportunity to perform live with 2CELLOS, a group that also includes two cellists that play rock and other songs as '4CELLOS,' as coined by member Luka.



 

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Eric Chien

Eric Chien appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent' as a magician. He was knocked out in the Semifinals.

Eric is the first performer to audition for 'Asia's Got Talent' since Season 13 Quarterfinalist The Sacred Riana, with The Sacred Riana winning Season 2 and Eric winning Season 3. Both returned for the 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' spin-off season. Eric is the first winner of the FISM Grand Prix to audition. In 2018, he won the Close Up category. In Season 17, he was succeeded by Yu Hojin, who won the Stage category in 2012. Both are the first Asian champions in their categories. Eric is one of four artists in the whole 'Got Talent' series to have won two 'Got Talents,' including Salah the Entertainer ('France's Got Talent'/'Arab's Got Talent'), Shin Lim (The Champions Season 13), and Mayyas ('Arab's Got Talent' Season 17). Despite not being on the main program, he is the first performer to win a spinoff.

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Flau’jae

Flau'jae was a rapper who appeared on Season 13 of 'America's Got Talent.' She was knocked out in the quarterfinals.

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Flau'jae, along with Quin and Misha, is presently the lowest-ranking Golden Buzzer from a guest judge. Her quick dismissal contrasts sharply with Chris Hardwick's prior Golden Buzzer performance in Season 12.



 

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Human Fountains

Human Fountains were a season 13 novelty act on 'America's Got Talent.' They were ousted in the Judge Cuts, but returned as a Wild Card in the Quarterfinals before being eliminated again.

Human Fountains made an appearance in the fifth season of the Italian competition series 'Tu Si Que Vales,' which aired later that year. In 2019, Human Fountains participated in 'esko Slovensko má talent'. Their actual position is uncertain. Human Fountains participated in Season 14 of 'La France an un incroyable talent,' losing in the Semifinals.

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Jackie Fabulous

Jackie Fabulous appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent' as a comedian. She was knocked out in the Semifinals.

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Before pursuing a full-time career in stand-up comedy, the Bronx, New York, native attended law school. The writer, producer, speaker, and comedian utilizes comedy to both entertain and inspire her audience. The future 'AGT: All Stars' contestant's humor has received a lot of attention over the years, with appearances on Kevin Hart's 'LOL Network,' 'Last Comic Standing,' BET, FOX, 'Gotham Comedy Live,' the 'Arsenio Hall show,' and other shows. Jackie has appeared at Funny Bone clubs, House of Comedy, The Laugh Factory, The Comedy Cellar, and other venues.



 

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Jamie Leahey

Jamie Leahey is a ventriloquist who came in second place on Series 15 of 'Britain's Got Talent' with his ventriloquism dummy, a chicken named Chuck.

Leahey and Chuck were featured on CBBC's 'Saturday Mash-Up' in July 2022. Leahey is the only Series 15 candidate who proceeded to the Final when the Judges' Choice was deadlocked and the public vote was used. Since 'Twist and Pulse' in Series 4, Leahey is the first performer to both start the Final Show and finish in the Top 3.

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Jasper Cherry

Jasper Cherry is a magician who reached the finals of 'Britain's Got Talent' in Series 14. He was 14 years old and from Lancashire when he auditioned.

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Jeanick Fournier

Jeanick Fournier is a mother of two children and a Quebec-born Canadian singer, excellent vocalist, and performer. She rose to prominence after winning the second season of 'Canada's Got Talent.' Lindsay Ell, the well-known current presenter of 'Canada's Got Talent,' showered her with gold star dusts as well by awarding Fournier the Golden Buzzer.

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In 2015, she published the album 'Mes coups de coeur,' which featured versions of some of her favorite songs as well as one original song written by Fournier and Véronique Gagne. Jeanick won Canadians' hearts and votes with her moving performances, which relied on her own experiences as a palliative care beneficiary attendant.



 

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Jimmie Herrod

Jimmie Herrod competed in Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent.' He came in fifth place out of ten. Jimmie appeared at a Joni Mitchell tribute performance that aired on PBS in 2022.



 

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Josh Blue

Josh Blue appeared on Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent' as a comedian. He finished third in the competition.

Josh is the fourth comic with a handicap to reach the Top 5; the first three were Drew Lynch (who stutters) in Season 10, Samuel J. Comroe (who has Tourette's Syndrome) in Season 13, and Ryan Niemiller in Season 14. (who has Ectrodactyly). Josh is tied for second place with Ryan Niemiller, behind Tom Cotter, Taylor Williamson, and Drew Lynch.

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Keiichi Iwasaki

Keiichi Iwasaki is a Japanese magician who reached the Semi-Finals of 'Britain's Got Talent' Series 15. He was awarded Ant & Dec's Golden Buzzer.

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He would have gone to the Final if his Semi-Final had been decided by public vote owing to a deadlock in the Judges' Vote, since he garnered 22% of the voting percentage, while his opponent, Eva Abley, received just 20.1%. As a result, he is the only Series 15, Golden Buzzer in the Judges' Vote to lose, as Flintz and T4ylor proceeded to the Semi-Finals based on the judge's vote. He is one of two Golden Buzzer artists from Series 15 that did not advance to the Final, the other being Born To Perform.



 

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Keren Montero

Keren Montero won 'Dominicana's Got Talent,' the local version of the worldwide reality show. The Dominican audience voted for her to win the RD$3 million cash awards.

During the reality show's second season, Keren was the first competitor to get a Golden Buzzer. During Montero's first performance, Nashla Bogaert, one of the Dominican versions of the reality show's founders, hit the buzzer.

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Kodi Lee

Kodi Lee is a Season 14 'America's Got Talent' singer and pianist. He won the competition, taking home a $1,000,000 prize and the opportunity to headline a concert in Las Vegas.

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Kodi returned as a guest artist on 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' in Episode TC207, performing Harry Styles' 'Sign of the Times.' He then returned in Season 15 to perform FINNEAS' 'Break My Heart Again,' as well as Seasons 16 and 17 to perform a duet of 'Hold On' with H.E.R.

Kodi is the first blind competitor to reach the finals of 'AGT,' as well as the first known contender with autism. Kodi is the first male winner since Season 6's Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. He is also the second Asian-descent champion in a row, and the third all-time, after Kenichi Ebina and Shin Lim. Kodi is acquainted with Season 13 Golden Buzzer performer Makayla Phillips, and the two have previously performed together. Kodi was the only solo singer to reach the Top 5. He sang 'You Are The Reason' in A major during the Semifinals, then in Bb major at his finale with Leona Lewis (the original key of the song). Kodi is the fourth golden buzzer winner.

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Light Balance Kids

Light Balance Kids were a light-up dancing group from 'America's Got Talent' Season 14. They came in fifth place out of ten.

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They auditioned for the 15th season of 'Germany's Got Talent' in 2021, where they won the Golden Buzzer from the Ehrlich Brothers and advanced to the Finals. Light Balance Kids was one of the acts to receive a Golden Buzzer on both 'AGT' and an international edition of the 'Got Talent' series.



 

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Lioz Shem Tov

Lioz Shem Tov appeared on Season 13 of 'America's Got Talent' as a comedic magician. In Judge Cuts, he was eliminated.

Following 'AGT,' Lioz appeared on a number of renowned TV shows throughout the world, including 'DIVERSION' (France), 'iUmor' (Romania), 'El Hormiguero' (Spain), and others. Lioz appeared in the ninth season of 'Australia's Got Talent' in 2019. He was eliminated from the Top 10 of the competition. He went on to compete in Season 14 of 'La France an un incroyable talent,' where he was eliminated during the deliberations. Furthermore, he also appeared in Season 14 of 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2020 before withdrawing.

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Lukas & Falco

The dog act Lukas & Falco appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent.' They were ousted in the Judges' Choice Quarterfinals, but returned as the wildcard for the Semifinals, where they were eliminated once again.

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Since Gabe Rocks in Season 6, Lukas & Falco became the first dog act to get buzzed in live shows. They are the first act to get buzzed by Howie Mandel in the Semifinals since Season 5's Maestro Alexander Bui.



 

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Malevo

Malevo was a malambo group from 'America's Got Talent' Season 11. It was knocked out in the Semifinals.

Malevo participated in Season 11 of 'La France an un incroyable talent,' but was ousted in the Semifinals. Malevo appeared on the Chinese version of 'World's Got Talent' in 2019. They were promoted to the Top 8 after receiving a Golden Buzzer. They were not among the top two. Malevo appeared in the 'End Of The Show Show' section of 'Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway' in March 2022, alongside Ant & Dec. Malevo was the sole dancing performer to advance to the Season 11 Semifinals. Malevo is one of many artists who have received a Golden Buzzer on both 'AGT' and an international edition of the 'Got Talent' series.

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Mandy Harvey

Mandy Harvey appeared on Season 12 of 'America's Got Talent' as a singer and ukulelist. She came in fourth place. During the Quarterfinal and Semifinal results programs, Mandy defeated The Pompeyo Family both times she was up against them.

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Mervant Vera

Mervant Vera appeared on Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent' as a magician. In his Semifinal week, he finished third.

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Before becoming a great magician, his interest in illusion began as an undergraduate student at East Stroudsburg University in the Poconos. In addition to magic, the 'America's Got Talent' competitor writes music and grew up performing; he has a theatrical background and a degree in the same. He also considers himself to be an entertainer. In 2019, the singer released a new tune named 'Fabric,' which has over 2K listeners. He also appeared in Jubilee's video, '6 Magicians against 1 Fake Magician|Odd Man Out.'



 

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Mike E Winfield

Mike E Winfield is a Season 17 'America's Got Talent' comedian. He finished sixth out of eleven competitors.

His humor is both refreshing and approachable, making him a comic genius. Mike traveled to California to pursue comedy and to get away from the tough streets of Baltimore. The comedy scene felt natural to him, and he embraced it, amassing credits like 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' a recurring role on NBC's 'The Office,' Brad Paisley's 'Comedy Rodeo' on Netflix, an Emmy Nomination, and multiple movies in post-production, including one with rapper DMX called 'PIMP.'

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Mini Droids

The little gang of Mini Droids won the final of Season 7 of 'Belgium's Got Talent.' Jury member Ruth Beeckmans was a fan of the foursome from the start, so she gave them her Golden Buzzer. And the public loved them too.

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Ndlovu Youth Choir

The Ndlovu Youth Choir appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent.' They came in fifth place out of ten.

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Syco Music and Sony Music Africa have secured a record contract with Ndlovu Youth Choir. 'Africa,' their debut album, was released on November 29, 2019. They returned to 'AGT' as special guests in Season 15. Ndlovu Youth Choir is the first choir in the show's history to reach the finals. They are also the first act since Smage Bros. Riding Shows in Season 6 to win the Judges' Choice twice. They beat a solo vocalist both times they were in the Judges' Choice.



 

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Peter Antoniou

Peter Antoniou appeared on Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent' as a mentalist. He was knocked out in the Semifinals. Peter is the first mentalist act to get buzzed on stage. Peter's performances guarantee an interactive, engaging, and unique experience, combining his razor-sharp British humor with an unearthly skill.



 

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Peter Rosalita

Peter Rosalita competed in Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent.' He was knocked out in the Semifinals. Peter, a Filipino citizen born and raised in Abu Dhabi, is currently dominating the 'AGT' stage. He has won several talent shows both locally in Abu Dhabi and internationally. After performing 'All by Myself' at his 'AGT' audition, he received Celine Dion's personal praise on Twitter.



 

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Power Duo

'PIlipinas Got Talent' Season 5 champion Power Duo was announced.

Power Duo is made up of Anjanette and Gervin, a real-life couple from Angono, Rizal. The two acrobatic dance partners began the program as friends, but began dating following their dramatic audition. During Power Duo's audition, Judge Robin Padilla pressed the golden buzzer, advancing them through to the semi-finals.

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Robert Finley

Robert Finley appeared on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent' as a vocalist. He was eliminated in the Judges' Choice Semifinals. Robert is the third blind competitor to make it to the live events on 'AGT,' following Benjamin Yonattan from Season 10 and Kodi Lee from Season 14.

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Sacred Riana

The Sacred Riana appeared on Season 13 of 'America's Got Talent' as an illusionist. She was knocked out in the quarterfinals.

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Sacred Riana appeared on 'Britain's Got Talent: The Champions' in 2019. She was eliminated in the preliminary round. She acted in her own horror film, 'The Sacred Riana Beginning,' in early 2019. Furthermore, she is the first 'AGT' talent to have her own film. Grace VanderWaal would subsequently follow suit with her appearance in the 2020 Disney+ feature 'Stargirl.' Sacred Riana appeared in her sequel film, 'The Sacred Riana 2: Bloody Mary,' in July 2022. In addition, Sacred Riana featured on two episodes of 'Masters Of Illusion' in 2020, the first in late May and the second in mid-June. She would return to the 'Got Talent' scene in 2022 with a cameo appearance on 'Indonesia's Got Talent' 2022 during Fritzy's Grand Finals Performance. The following year, she advanced to the Semi-Finals of the seventeenth season of 'La France an un incroyable talent.'



 

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Sara James

Sara James competed in Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent.' She finished sixth out of eleven competitors. Sara is the second former Junior Eurovision competitor, after Daneliya Tuleshova, to reach the 'AGT' final.



 

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Sethward

Sethward appeared on Season 13 of 'America's Got Talent' as a novelty act. In the audition round, he was eliminated. Sethward returned for Season 14, but was eliminated twice in the audition phase. Sethward returned for Season 16, but was knocked out in the Quarterfinals. He reappeared as The Big Apple in Season 17, when he was eliminated in the auditions.

Sethward revealed during his Season 16 audition that he has auditioned for the program four times, despite the fact that this was only his third broadcast audition. Sethward is the first artist to get through the auditions, despite earning more than one buzzer since French Accent in Season 13. Sethward is the first act to go to the quarterfinals since Aaralyn & Izzy in Season 8 despite garnering many buzzes in their audition. Sethward is the only artist that received positive feedback during his Season 16 audition, but did not advance to the quarterfinals. In the Season 16 live events, Sethward was the first artist to generate attention. Sethward is the third of four broadcast artists to have fallen off the stage during their audition. Primitivo Montoya, Metatron, and Keith Apicary are the other three. Sethward had the most audition round eliminations of any performer, however, he made the Quarterfinals in a subsequent season. Sethward has auditioned for the program four times, the most of any performer in the show's history. When Sethward was in his The Big Apple character in Season 17 and was buzzed out, he became the first act in auditions history to perform last and not progress, marking the first time in auditions history that an act that closes the show fails to advance. Sethward was buzzed a total of 15 times during his stint on the program, the most for an individual participant in the game's history. Simon Cowell was the judge who gave him the most individual buzzes.

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Terry Fator

Terry Fator appeared on Season 2 of 'America's Got Talent' as a singing ventriloquist. He was the competition's winner, taking home a million dollars.

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Terry played at the 60th birthday party of Christian rock great Larry Norman in April 2007. Terry later flew Larry to 'America's Got Talent' taping, as well as his debut concert at the Las Vegas Hilton as an honored guest. On October 14 and 15, 2007, after winning 'America's Got Talent,' Terry walked the stage of the Las Vegas Hilton. Both performances were sold out with standing room only. To meet ticket demand, another concert has been added for December 3. Terry secured a $1.5 million contract with the Las Vegas Hilton in early December 2007 to perform three concerts each month from January 2008 through May 2008. On December 31, 2007, Terry also performed an early family New Year's Eve event at 6 pm. Terry secured a five-year, $100 million contract to perform weekly at The Mirage in Las Vegas on May 13, 2008. He took over as headliner for Danny Gans, and the venue was renamed the Terry Fator Theatre. Terry's contract is said to be one of the biggest in Las Vegas entertainment history. Terry Fator celebrated his 1,000th gig at The Mirage Hotel & Casino on May 30, 2013. Terry Fator has also featured as a guest performer on 'America's Got Talent' in Seasons 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10, as well as the Season 12 and 17 finales. Terry developed and narrated 'The Zombie Who Saved Christmas,' an animated Christmas short film, in 2020, which he hopes to turn into a full special or animated movie in 2021.

Terry Fator was the first ventriloquist to win 'America's Got Talent,' followed by Paul Zerdin and Darci Lynne.

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Tom Ball

Tom Ball is a vocalist who finished third in Series 15 of 'Britain's Got Talent.' He was 23 at the time of his audition and worked as a teacher.

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Tone Tha Chief

Tone Tha Chiefrocca was a rapper from 'America's Got Talent' Season 8. He was ousted in the Quarterfinals, but returned as Mel B's wildcard choice in the Semifinals. Tone was knocked out again in the Semifinals.

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Vitoria Bueno

Vitoria Bueno is originally from São Paulo, Brazil, and participated in 'Das Supertalent' Season 15. She received the Golden Buzzer and finished second on the German version of the reality program.

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Vitoria can execute beautifully in assembles and pirouettes. She can also do jazz and tap dances. Her talent and tenacity have made her a social media celebrity and a source of inspiration for many. People with impairments, according to Vitoria, benefit from witnessing her dance.



 

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Viviana Rossi

Viviana Rossi appeared on Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent' as an aerialist. During the Deliberations, she was removed. Viviana and Dustin's Dojo are the only two acts on 'America's Got Talent: All Stars' who did not advance to the live events.



 

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Voices of Hope Choir

Voices of Hope Children's Choir was a season 13 choir on 'America's Got Talent.' They were eliminated in the Judges' Choice Semifinals. Voices of Hope made a repeat appearance as a guest on the season finale of 'America's Got Talent: The Champions.' They performed Chance the Rapper's 'All We Got' with 'Britain's Got Talent' winner, Tokio Myers.

Every song performed by the choir was composed for a visual medium, including two songs from the movie picture The Greatest Showman, one from the motion picture 'Moana,' and one from the stage musical 'Wicked.' They are the only Golden Buzzer to receive a "No" vote in the audition round since the format change in Season 10. They are the first Golden Buzzer Choir in the show's history, receiving it from Ken Jeong in Season 13's First Judge Cuts. Furthermore, they are the most advanced Judge Cuts Golden Buzzer in Season 13, having lost the Semifinals Judge's Choice via the America Vote Tiebreaker and being the only one who was not eliminated immediately in either the Quarterfinals or Semifinals. They were the first (and only) Golden Buzzer act to lose a Judge's Choice vote in a Semifinal. They are the only 'AGT' artist to have been a guest on Champions, but never competed in the competition.

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World Taekwondo

The World Taekwondo Demonstration Team appeared on Season 16 of 'America's Got Talent.' The World Taekwondo Demonstration Team auditioned for 'France's Got Talent' later in 2021, where they were finalists and awarded a Golden Buzzer from judge Hélène Segara.

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The World Taekwondo Demonstration Team was one of many acts to receive a Golden Buzzer on both 'AGT' and an international edition of the 'Got Talent' series. They are one of five known worldwide acts to have received three Golden Buzzers, the others being Paddy and Nicko, who appeared on 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' (Season 2), Dakota & Nadia (the fifth act), who appeared on Season 14, and Gao Lin & Liu Xin and Gennady Tkachenko-Papizh, who has yet to appear on 'America's Got Talent' or its 'Champions' counterpart. They are the first martial arts act to proceed to the live performances since Season 5's Kung Fu Heroes, and the first to reach the final. Furthermore, they are also Terry Crews' third consecutive group performance to get the Golden Buzzer since taking over as host in Season 14.



 

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Yumbo Dump

Yumbo Dump was a comedic pair from 'America's Got Talent' Season 13. They were knocked out in the quarterfinals.

Later that year, Yumbo Dump was featured on the fifth season of the Italian reality show 'Tu Si Que Vales.' The couple participated in Season 14 of 'La France an un incroyable talent,' but were eliminated in the Semifinals. They also participated as finalists in 'Das Supertalent' in 2019 and on 'Israel's Got Talent' the same year. Yumbo Dump appeared on 'Greece's Got Talent' in 2022.

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Yumbo Dump is the third act in Season 13 to get buzzed in the Judge Cuts yet still advance to the Quarterfinals, following Mirror Image and The PAC Dance Team. In Season 13, they were supplanted by Lord Nil. Heidi Klum has only ever buzzed Yumbo Dump and DADitude! in live performances. Yumbo Dump is the first and only artist to have a judge rescind their buzzer during a live broadcast.



 

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'AGT: All-Stars' premieres on Monday, January 2, on NBC.

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