‘America’s Got Talent’: Who’s performing live in Season 18 finale? Murmuration, Putri Ariani …

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The two-night Season 18 finale of “America’s Got Talent” will air Tuesday, September 26 (performance show) and Wednesday, September 27 (results show), with the 11 finalists taking the stage in front of judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara and host Terry Crews. The finalist list notably includes five Golden Buzzers: Murmuration, Putri Ariani, Mzansi Youth Choir, Chibi Unity and Lavender Darcangelo. And one Wildcard act, Avantgardey, was welcomed back into the competition this week shortly after being eliminated.

So who’s performing live in “The Finals”? The 11 upcoming acts are:

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Lavender Darcangelo
*Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer
Singer, age 27, from Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Adrian & Hurricane
Dog Act, age 45, from Turin, Italy

*Howie Mandel’s Golden Buzzer
Dance Group, ages 12-25, from Nimes, France

Ahren Belisle
Comedian, age 28, from North Bay, Ontario, Canada

Mzansi Youth Choir
*Audience Golden Buzzer
Chorale group, ages 19-23, from Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa

Putri Ariani
*Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer
Singer, age 17, from Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Anna Deguzman
Magician, age 24, from New Jersey

Chibi Unity
*Group Golden Buzzer
Shadow dance group, ages 16-25, from Niigata, Japan

82nd Airborne Chorus
Chorale group, ages 20-33, from Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Ramadhani Brothers
Acrobatic duo, ages 26 & 36, from Tanzania

Dance group, ages 18-27, from Osaka, Japan

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“America’s Got Talent” has been a summer staple for NBC since it initially premiered in 2006. This year marks its 18th regular season, but there have also been three American-based spin-offs: “AGT: The Champions,” “AGT: All-Stars” and “AGT: Extreme.”

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