America’s Got Talent Recap 09/11/19: Season 14 Episode 21 “Live Results 5”

America’s Got Talent Recap 09/11/19: Season 14 Episode 21 "Live Results 5"

Tonight on NBC America’s Got Talent begins with an all-new Wednesday, September 11, 2019, episode and we have your America’s Got Talent recap below! On tonight’s AGT season 14 episode 21 “Live Results 5″, as per the NBC synopsis, “Only five of the previous night’s performers move on to the Finals. Viewers have one last chance to send their favorite performer to the next round by participating in the Dunkin’ Save.

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This was the last result show before the Finals! To make tonight as special as possible, the show brought in some amazing guest stars. There was Britain’s Got Talent winner Tokio Myers and he played an opening number with Stewart Copeland from the Police (the band). Then there were the many fans that the judges befriended. Howie would find someone that was a fan of the show and he’d get them seats. It also didn’t hurt that he had fans nearby when people began booing him.

Last night was a controversial night. It was especially hard on Howie because it made so and that’s why the other judges weren’t sympathetic. They were the ones that had to watch Howie hang himself. He ripped into contestants that did a fairly good job and he also wasn’t afraid to stand firm in those opinions. Even if it did mean no one liked him for it. Howie said what he said and so it must have been great that his new friends as in the ones that weren’t booing – were the ones behind him.

Now, onto the results. The top three will automatically go into the Finals and those that were placed in fourth, fifth, and sixth would be subjected to the Dunkin Save. The bottom three were usually the weakest of the group and yet it wasn’t this time. This time it was Alex Dowis, Emanne Beasha, and Ryan Niemiller. It was so shocking that these three were in the bottom that the cameras showed the moment everyone’s jaw dropped.

Howie was asked about it. He said that he thought at least two of the acts would go straight through and so he was just as stunned as everyone else. No one could believe that either Emanne or Ryan could be in the bottom because everyone had been sure that both of them could win this thing. So thankfully it wasn’t the only shocking moment tonight. The other moment was when it came down to V. Unbeatable, Chris Klafford, Dom Chambers.

Again, all three acts were amazing. It was going to be a hard choice and America ultimately went with V. Unbeatable. The dance group had set themselves apart and were serious contenders this year. The shocking part of it was that Dom Chambers was eliminated. He got the crowd with his magic and he could have gone all the way. And so was what is that dragged him down? Was it the beer? Or was it just his onstage personality?

The questions will probably follow Dom for a while. As he was dealing with all of that, the judges were all playing around in the photobooth. They would give random people some prompts and watch them as they took photos of whatever they described. They also sometimes introduced themselves through the back flap that no one knew about. It was a nice way to spend the evening and Howie walked away with someone’s credit card afterward.

It was a joke and he returned it. But there were several fund segments with tonight and one of them involved Piff the Magic Dragon. It was great seeing him again. He made everyone laugh and he got to say thanks. It seems after his latest stint with Champions edition, he booked out his whole show and gets to be a grumpy magician to a whole new set of people. It was great news for him. And it also took up time just long enough for the next round of results.

The next round was between Lukas and Falco, MarcinPatrzalek, and Detroit Youth Choir. So, the winner of that was of course DYC. The kids were simply inspirational in the way they kept fighting on no matter what and they inspired generations with their story. Mr. White could only be thanked the once, only many would have liked to thank him a thousand times for what he did for those kids. And the great news kept ongoing.

Voices of Service ended up winning their round with Luke Islam. This was nothing against Luke, except the Voices of Service had a story that needed to be heard and it will happen the longer they stay on the show.

The final round was the Dunkin Save. The first to be saved was Ryan the comedian and the last person was Emanne.

Both will be going to the Finals!