America’s Got Talent: The Champions brings together the world’s most talented, memorable and all-around fan favorite acts from past seasons of “AGT” and around the globe from the other “Got Talent” franchises,” spanning 194 territories. Last week, the third set of 10 acts hit the stage . Two acts– Angelica Hale (Howie Mandel’s Golden Buzzer) and Paul Potts (audience vote) –moved on to the Finals.
Ten more acts perform on Episode 4 airing Monday January 28. At the end of the night, two more acts will move on the the Finals. There are no live shows or live votes. One act from each episode will move on via a “Golden Buzzer” – the four judges and host each have one to use – and the other will be chosen by a panel of superfans, representing viewers from all 50 states.
The NBC series features the judges panel from America’s Got Talent — executive producer Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel – as well as new host Terry Crews, star of NBC’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Check out the 10 acts performing tonight:
Paul Zerdin – Ventriloquist – America’s Got Talent 2015 – Winner – Paul Zerdin is a British comedian and ventriloquist from London. He was the winner of the 10th season of America’s Got Talent. He had his own headline show, “Paul Zerdin – Mouthing Off,” at the Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Since then, he has been touring globally and has a TV special coming soon.
Tape Face – Comedic Mime – America’s Got Talent 2016 – Finalist – Hailing from Season 11 of “America’s Got Talent,” Tape Face has completed a sold-out 52 date tour of some of the UK’s most iconic venues and a regional U.S. tour. Now, Tape Face performs at his very own uniquely customized venue in conjunction with Harrah’s Las Vegas, which is called House of Tape.
Issy Simpson – Kid Magician – Britain’s Got Talent 2017 – Runner-Up – At just 10 years old, Issy Simpson has been hailed as one of the most unique magicians in the world after she captured the hearts of the public on the last season of “Britain’s Got Talent.” Since then, she has headlined at the world’s largest magic convention and been given a prestigious award at the world famous Magic Circle. Issy also made her U.S. primetime TV debut on NBC’s “Little Big Shots.”
Brian Justin Crum – Singer – America’s Got Talent 2016 – Finalist – Since his season of “AGT,” Crum has explored a new genre of resounding pop and dance tracks. His remix cover of Robyn’s “Show Me Love” soared to #2 on the Billboard Dance Charts, hailed by DJ’s around the world and was named one of the Top 10 Billboard Dance Tracks of 2017.
Drew Lynch – Stand-Up Comic – America’s Got Talent 2015 – Finalist – Drew Lynch was the runner-up of season 10 of “America’s Got Talent.” He has a YouTube channel with more than 1.5 million subscribers where he uploads videos weekly with his dog, Stella, and produces and writes an animated show called “Therapy Dog.” Lynch also appeared as a guest star on the IFC show “Maron” and continues to pursue his acting career when he isn’t on tour.
Moonlight Brothers – Dancing Brothers – Denmark’s Got Talent 2018 – Winner – Moonlight Brothers are a dance duo full of acrobatic moves from Denmark who took the competition by storm winning “Denmark’s Got Talent” this year.
Kenichi – Projection/Dance – America’s Got Talent 2013 – Winner – Kenichi is a performer who infuses dance with mime, illusion and projection. After winning “America’s Got Talent,” he has performed all over the world and has a full-length one-man show that he performs in Japan.
Kechi – Singer – America’s Got Talent 2017 – Finalist – Kechi is a 28-year-old Nigerian-born woman currently living in Houston. Kechi found her true voice after surviving an accident – a plane crash that took the lives of 107 of 109 passengers in Nigeria in 2005. Kechi was a top 10 finalist on “America’s Got Talent” Season 12 and since then has released her first single, “Don’t You Dare” on iTunes and Spotify. She has become an ambassador for the burn hospital that first treated her here in the States.
The Professional Regurgitator – Regurgitator – Britain’s Got Talent 2010 – Finalist – Stevie Starr (also known as “The Professional Regurgitator”) is a Scottish performance artist known for being a professional regurgitator. In his act, he swallows various items such as coins, lightbulbs, balloons, nails, lighter fluid and goldfish, and then regurgitates them. Starr was a finalist on “Britain’s Got Talent” in 2010, “America’s Got Talent” in 2015 and “France’s Got Talent” in 2015.
The Texas Tenors – Opera Singers – America’s Got Talent 2009 – Finalist – Since appearing on the show in 2009, the Texas Tenors – JC, Marcus and John – have released four studio albums. Their most recent albums, “Rise” and “A Collection of Broadway and American Classics,” both debuted at #1 on the Billboard Classical Chart. The Texas Tenors are celebrating 10 years together with “10th Anniversary Tour.”