Tonight, the America’s Got Talent: The Champions finale is here! We’re going to have some big performances from start to finish. Unfortunately, we’re not going to come bearing a lot of results.
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Alexa Lauenburger – She’s a great dog trainer and, by and large, everything that they do is fun! Her dogs are well-trained, but the negative is that we’ve seen variations of a lot of these tricks before. With this being the finale, you need a lot of different stuff in here.
Duo Transcend – This was one of the craziest, most intense performances that we’ve seen on this show. Everything was blindfolded and that only added to the added to the sense of danger. This was scary, but exceptional entertainment — one of the best things we’ve seen.
Angelina Jordan – She’s passionate, heartfelt, and she feels so much older than everyone else this season. We think she’s a wonderful singer with the talent to sell records all over the world … but will that be enough for her to win this time?
Marcelito Pomoy – His performance of “Beauty and the Beast” was teased in advance. What do we know about it? Well, it’s extraordinary. There is a lot of beauty to this performance, and we really think that he can basically hit every single note in the book. What is Simon Cowell thinking with that criticism?
Boogie Storm – This was a heck of a fun performance from them! If nothing else, it was a reminder that they are legitimately talented and not just schtick for Simon Cowell. They’re still far from the best dance act we’ve seen, but at least this was respectable.
Silhouettes – This was a beautiful, stirring performance from a group who has a tendency to do one stirring performance after the next. This is just what they do! While we wouldn’t say it was better than their first go-around, at the same time they certainly weren’t any worse. This was everything we could have wanted.
Hans – Let’s be realistic here — he’s not winning this show. This was pretty awful. While it was entertaining, at the same time it wasn’t anywhere near the same talent level as anyone else, Boogie Storm included.
Tyler Butler-Figueroa – This was slowed down, emotional, and poignant. This was probably the most resonant performance that he’s done. While we don’t think that he’s won the show, he did a very nice job for himself.
V.Unbeatable – This is absolutely one of the best acts of the night. Bar none. They are so well-choreographed, intense, and exciting from start to finish. They pack so much in so there is some great stuff happening around every single corner.
Sandou Trio Russian Bar – They closed out the show tonight, and they did this by performing with a combination of fire and spikes around them. They somehow did find a way to elevate things yet again … and we didn’t think that this was possible.
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