Tonight on NBC America’s Got Talent returns with an all new Wednesday, August 31, Season 11 episode 19 called “Live Results 4”, and we’ve got your America’s Got Talent recap down below! On tonight’s episode, winning acts advance in a results episode. Special guest performances are featured.
On the last episode, semi-finalists performed for a chance to win $1 million and be named the most talented act in America. Starring celebrity judges Mel B, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Hosted by Nick Cannon. Did you watch the last episode? If you missed it, we have a full and detailed America’s Got Talent recap America’s Got Talent right here for you.
On tonight’s episode per the NBC synopsis, “only five of the previous night’s performers will move on to the Finals. Tonight, viewers will have one last chance to send their favorite act to the Finals by using Google Instant Save. Featuring special guest performances and hosted by Nick Cannon.”
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Tonight’s episode of “America’s Got Talent” will reveal the live results of yesterday’s performances. Eleven semi-finalists competed but only five will receive enough votes to continue on to the finals for a chance to win their own show in Las Vegas and $1 million.
Starting off tonight’s show is a magic act by Darcy Oake from The Illusionist featuring slight of hand tricks.
The three “Dunkin’ Save” acts that are in danger of being eliminated tonight are Edgar, Laura Bretan and Tape Face. There was only a 1% difference in the voting results between each of the contestants.
Jonathan Goodwin from The Illusionist performed a magic act called “The Iron Jaw” next, where he held onto a flaming rope by his teeth while handcuffed and suspended over a bed of spikes. Then Adam Trent, also from The Illusionist, performed a trick where he broke a light bulb using only his voice.
The first contestant to receive enough votes to continue on to the finals is Grace Vanderwaal. Both Musicality and Lori Mae Hernandez are eliminated from the competition.
Sal Valentinetti then becomes the second contestant voted to remain in the competition, while Malevo is sent home.
Tonight’s third contestant to be chosen to continue on to the finals is Jon Dorenbos, while both Blake Vogt and Deadly Games are eliminated.
Adam Trent from The Illusionist then performs a trick where he writes an “X” on his hand and then transfers it onto the hand of one of the contestants. Yu Ho-Jin, also from The Illusionist, performs a card trick next where he changes the faces on a deck of cards.
The “Dunkin’ Save” contestant who received the most votes from viewers is Tape Face. The contestant chosen by the judges is Laura Bretan, while Edgar is sent home. The judges’ wild card pick is Passing Zone, who received votes from all of the judges except Simon, and will return to compete in the finals.
The five contestants who will continue on to compete in the finals for a chance at a $1 million prize and their own show in Las Vegas are Grace Vanderwaal, Sal Valentinetti, Jon Dorenbos, Tape Face and Laura Bretan. The judges’ wild card pick, Passing Zone, will also be competing.