'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2: Voices of Service exit show and viewers blame the superfans

Fans weren't all that happy about JJ Pantano advancing to the semifinals over Voices of Service


                            'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2: Voices of Service exit show and viewers blame the superfans
Voices of Service (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2 came to an end with its auditions on Monday night and fans aren't happy with the superfans' decision. They claim that Voices of Service deserved to be in the semifinals and were robbed of the spot. 

When 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2 returned on Monday night, 10 acts from all over the world brought their best to the stage vying for a spot in the semifinals. The 10 acts who performed were Connie Talbot, Bars and Melody, Strauss Serpent, Silhouettes, JJ Pantano, Sandou Trio Russian Bar, Emil Rengle, Voices of Service, Christian and Percy and Brian King Joseph.

This week, Silhouettes won the Golden Buzzer from Alesha Dixon and advanced directly to the finale. After all 10 acts performed, the superfans voted Strauss Serpent and Sandou Trio Russian Bar to the semifinals. While the fans were fine with these two acts advancing to the semifinals, they weren't all that happy about JJ Pantano advancing to the semifinals over Voices of Service. 

Voices of Service was the second act to perform on Monday night. They were previously on Season 14 of 'America's Got Talent' and made it till the finale and ranked fifth. The acapella group includes former and current service members. Back again, this week they sang to the other vets who might be struggling. Their harmonies were in sync and overall their performance was incredible. Simon Cowell also shared that they have what it takes to win this season and viewers even called it a golden buzzer worthy performance.



 

But sadly, the group didn't make it to the semifinals after they received one amongst the lowest votes from the superfans. Taking to Twitter post the results fans affirmed the final spot in the semifinals should have gone to Voices of Service. 

"So disappointed, voices of service.... how do I become a super fan? Have watched every [email protected] #AGTChampions," a fan wrote. Adding to that another said, "#AGTChampions that was TERRIBLE. Possibly the worst decisionsI have ever seen. America got it wrong, judges got it wrong. Ouch!! Awful." 

"Are you kidding me?!?!?!?!!!? @VoicesofService was absolutely robbed!!!! I am BEYOND shocked and upset!!! They gave the best and most beautiful performance of the night! Keep spreading your courage, beauty and love! Thank you for ALL that you do! #AGTChampions #AGT," a fan shared. While another wrote, "#AGTChampions who are these "so called super fans?!" How could they possibly not put through Voices of Service? This is America's Got Talent for God's sake. Voices of Service IS America. You do called super fans hot it soooooooo wrong!!!." 

"I think the super fans made a few super mistakes #AGTChampions," shared a fan. 

'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Season 2 airs every Monday night only on NBC. Check your local listings for more information. 

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