The grand finale of "America’s Got Talent" came down to the two youngest competitors, 10-year-old singer Angelica Hale and 12-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer. But in the end, there could only be one winner — and America chose Darci Lynne.
Thirteen-year-old Evie Clair took the stage as one of the 10 finalists on "America’s Got Talent" despite the recent loss of her father.
The judges on "America’s Got Talent" normally dole out the commentary on the show, but they thought they’d mix it up a bit and see what the Twitterverse had to say about them.
On "America’s Got Talent," Simon Cowell got a taste of his own medicine from four kids who were not pleased with how mean he is during his judging.
On "America’s Got Talent," Tyra Banks wanted to shut comedian Preacher Lawson up after he made a wisecrack that went straight to her head.
On "America’s Got Talent," NFL player and magician Jon Dorenbos stopped by to perform a little street magic, and he wowed Marlon Wayans with a particularly lucrative trick.
On "America’s Got Talent," 28-year-old Kechi Okwuchi from Houston, Texas, graced the stage, where she sang Katy Perry’s “By the Grace of God,” and offered a message of hope and perseverance for Hurricane Harvey victims.
On “AGT”, a forensic mind reader gave Mel B a chance to get back at Simon Cowell for all the times he’s annoyed her by letting her "stab" him in the chest with a "knife."
On the “America’s Got Talent” live results show, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel learned a magic trick from Ringmaster Willie.
On “America's Got Talent,” an “insanely dangerous” stunt goes completely wrong, and in the aftermath, Mel B storms off the set.
Simon Cowell immediately comes to “AGT” fan favorite Celine Tam’s defense after Mel B shares her disappointment in her act.
After her amazing performance on the season premiere of America’s Got Talent, 12-year-old singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer made her triumphant return. This time around, Farmer was accompanied by her puppet Oscar, and belted out an amazing performance of “Who’s Loving You?” by The Jackson 5.
Nine-year-old Angelica Hale brought her powerful pipes to "America's Got Talent" and hit the high notes like a little Mariah Carey.
Bello Nock, an “America’s Got Talent” contestant and daredevil, was given a second chance when Simon Cowell admitted that he had made a mistake eliminating him two weeks ago.
After being put on the spot by Simon Cowell, guest judge Seal gives “America's Got Talent” singer a very special seal of approval with the golden buzzer.
A roller-skating duo decided to push through with the performance of their stunt even though it went painfully wrong when they tried to rehearse it.
"America’s Got Talent" saved the best for last, ending Tuesday night’s show with 90-year-old dancer Dorothy Williams, who saw it as her last chance at fame.
Grace VanderWaal pleasantly surprised everyone in the room on "America’s Got Talent" when she came out on stage with her ukulele and sang her original song.