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AGT voting 2019: Two more acts make finals on new episode

Tape Face performed during new America's Got Talent: The Champions episode
Tape Face performed during new America’s Got Talent: The Champions episode. Pic credit: NBC

The AGT voting for 2019 continued with the new episode, as two more acts made it to the Champions finals. This was the fourth episode of the season, with the judges pressing the Golden Buzzer again.

Prior to this episode, three acts had received the Golden Buzzer this season. They were Susan Boyle, Deadly Games, and Angelica Hale.

Three acts had also received the support of the superfans in the 2019 AGT voting. The fans pushed through Cristina Ramos, Preacher Lawson, and Paul Potts.

Two great acts from the January 28 episode would be joining those first six finalists, but they would have to beat out eight other performers on this night.

AGT: Champions voting 2019: Which acts made the finals?

During the new episode, one act would receive the Golden Buzzer and one act would receive the support of the superfans. Unfortunately for the at-home audience, they have not been able to take part in the 2019 AGT voting.

As shown below, Kechi Okwuchi received the Golden Buzzer from AGT judge Simon Cowell. She was a Season 12 finalist for the U.S. version of the show and automatically advances to the finals. This was a great moment for the show and Kechi definitely has a supportive following on social media.

When it came to the superfan votes, their top four acts of the night were Tape Face (video above), comedian Drew Lynch, ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, and singer Brian Justin Crum. The superfans went with Brian Justin Crum.

To summarize, the eight acts with a spot in the America’s Got Talent: The Champions finale, thanks to the 2019 AGT voting, are Susan Boyle, Deadly Games, Angelica Hale, Kechi Okwuchi, Cristina Ramos, Preacher Lawson, Brian Justin Crum, and Paul Potts.

America’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Monday nights at 8/7c on NBC.

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