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Additional acts have officially been added to the lineup of acts taking part in the upcoming global showcase featuring acts from the “Got Talent” franchise around the world. AGT The Champions.
Among the acts added include Angelica Hale (AGT 2017 finalist); 14-year-old rock singer Courtney Hadwin (AGT 2018 finalist); singers Brian Justin Crum (AGT 2016 finalist), Bianca Ryan (AGT 2006 winner) and Sal Valentinetti (AGT 2016 finalist); mentalists The Clairvoyants (AGT 2016 finalist) and Colin Cloud (AGT 2017 finalist); projection/dance act Kenichi (AGT 2013 winner); opera singer Jackie Evancho (AGT 2010 finalist); comedians Vicki Barbolak (AGT 2018 finalist), Samuel J. Comroe (AGT 2018 finalist), Preacher Lawson (AGT 2017 finalist), Lost Voice Guy (Britain’s Got Talent 2018 winner) and Drew Lynch (AGT 2015 finalist); magicians Jon Dorenbos (AGT 2016 finalist) and Darcy Oake (Britain’s Got Talent 2013 finalist); dog act Ashleigh and Sully (Britain’s Got Talent 2012 winner); pianist Tokio Myers (Britain’s Got Talent 2017 winner); musical group Sons of Serendip (AGT 2014 finalist); escape artist Cosentino (Australia’s Got Talent 2011 winner); regurgitator The Professional Regurgitator (AGT 2015 finalist); sword-swallowing act Alex Magala (Russia’s Got Talent 2014 bwinner); danger act Ryan Stock & AmberLynn (AGT 2015 finalist) and juggler Viktor Kee (AGT 2016 finalist).
The second group of all-stars joins previously announced acts including Susan Boyle, Darci Lynne Farmer, Shin Lim, Paul Potts and Piff the Magic Dragon.
The NBC series will be judged by the current America’s Got Talent panel: Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Terry Crews, star of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, will host the series.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions premieres Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.