We’ve all been there, watching the finale of “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars”, the pressure mounting as the judges determine which act will make it to the finals. This time, with no Golden Buzzer available, the power was in the hands of the superfans. But how did it all play out?

This blog post will take you through the night’s performances, from the Golden Buzzer-worthy performance of Kodi Lee to the surprise return of Sethward. We’ll also explore how the superfans voted and which act made it to the finals. So, buckle up, because it’s time to dive into the thrilling and emotional finale of “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars”.

When Kodi Lee, the Season 14 winner, took the stage, the audience rose to their feet and began chanting his name. Lee, who is blind and on the autism spectrum, gave a soulful rendition of “Biblical” by Calum Scott and moved the judges. After Lee exited the stage, Simon Cowell marveled at Lee’s talent to his fellow judges. “He’s in a different league (than) everyone else,” Cowell said.

The next act to take the stage was Brandon Leake, the Season 15 winner. Leake delivered his poem, about a lesson learned from an interaction with a person experiencing homelessness, with a passion that impressed all at the judges’ table. Cowell admitted that he never thought someone with an act like Leake’s could win ‘AGT’, but he won it because of his delivery.

Comedian Josh Blue, a finalist in 2021, also graced the “AGT” stage once more, armed with self-deprecating jokes that also included cracks about his cerebral palsy. His routine brought the judges and audience to their feet. “You get the laughs,” Klum said. “And I love you because you have such a sweet nature. What’s not to love about you?”

The night provided one surprise for the evening, which Simon Cowell deeply resented: the return of Sethward, a variety act who has appeared on the competition series more than any other contestant. Cowell was visibly irked and when Sethward made his way to the judge’s table and began munching on a tangerine, Cowell protested. “He’s spitting on me,” Cowell said.

Thankfully, the superfans did not place Sethward in their Top 3 acts of the evening. The acts most popular with the panel were Leake, Lee and Blue. The panel voted to send Lee into the finals. Leake placed second and Blue third.

So, if you’re looking for a thrilling and emotional finale of “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars”, look no further. This blog post has you covered!

Source: www.usatoday.com