After seven weeks of hard competition America's Got Talent: The Champions finally crowned its winner. One that Simon Cowell calls "the best of the best of the best". "(Did We Miss Something?)
But before the Champions of Champions was revealed, the two-hour final on Monday looked back on the high points of the season, and even invited spectators to appearances by fans like Tokyo's Myers.
And if the story behind the scenes is more your speed, you've probably loved the special look on the finale. America's Got Talent was by its humble Beginning as a "terrible, over-complicated, too-long" pilot, named Paul O'Grady's Got Talent . The old snippets of former judges like David Hasselhoff and Brandy Norwood were also unforgotten treats. ( Although this finale was a pure filler, it was a damn good filler.)
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The second half of the finale brought some of Champions & # 39; top 12 acts into the mix, beginning with another intense performance by Deadly Games, supported by Cristina Ramos and Brian Justin Crum who will join in a killer rendition of Queen's "The Show Must Go On". Next up, Shin Lim got the help of Crews' Brooklyn Nine-Nine Melissa-Fumero for one last sensational trick. Another unexpected team-up came from Darci-Lynne Farmer and The Muppets & # 39; Rowlf, who duet with "Edna" for a special ballad dedicated to Cowell.
Then came the result that contained some surprises. (Seriously, no love for Susan Boyle? After last week's performance, I thought she had it in her pocket.) As the first five of the season turned out, Preacher Lawson finished fifth, followed by Cristina Ramo's fourth and Kseniya Simonova third. Second place went to Darci-Lynne Farmer, Shin Lim was the official winner .
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