Tonight, the latest America’s Got Talent result show aired and with that, we of course had many questions. Take, for example, what’s going to happen with the Dunkin’ Save, and whether or not the judges and America are going to make the right choices.
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Entering tonight’s new episode of AGT, we felt like there were some acts who were safe for sure — V.Unbeatable was incredible, we love Chris Klafford (even if Simon Cowell didn’t), and Tyler Butler-Figueroa delivered an outstanding performance that was better than the original audition. Yet, there were also mysteries, including whether or not Light Balance Kids or Charlotte Summers would end up continuing to progress.
Dunkin’ Save -This was a really surprising result. Chris Klafford was in here alongside Charlotte, but then also joined by Ndlovu Youth Choir. Chris later ended up getting the save, and he is moving forward to the next round.
Who else advanced? – Tyler Butler-Figueroa, Light Balance Kids, Robert Finley, V.Unbeatable, and Ryan Niemiller made it to the next round. Of this group, we’d say that Ryan is really the only one that we’d consider to be all that much of a surprise.
Who got the final save? – This is where things get a little bit interesting, given that Ndlovu Youth Choir are by far the more original of the two acts, but Charlotte no doubt has a lot of fans and could be successful in long-term as a solo artist. We wondered if the judges would just let this come down to a public vote so they could decide what happens in the end.
In the end, though, the Ndlovu Youth Choir moved on to the next round — the right choice, when you consider the total level of talent that they have and also their most-recent actual performance.
What do you think about tonight’s America’s Got Talent results?
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