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

AGTTonight 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.

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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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