The new 'America's Got Talent: All-Stars' series will be missing one judge.
There will be an additional talent competition taking place on NBC in 2023 when the America’s Got Talent: All Stars will debut.
The show will be an extension of regular America’s Got Talent, featuring winners, finalists, fan favorites and viral sensations from previous seasons of the American version of the show as well as from Got Talent franchises around the world, including Australia, Belgium, Britain, Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, India, Philippine, and Romania
With more than 70 local versions of Got Talent produced across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, AGT: All Stars will bring together the most beloved and memorable contestants from around the globe for one of the toughest competitions yet. The best of the best will return to the stage to showcase their talent in hopes of being crowned the first-ever winner of AGT: All-Stars.
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When does America’s Got Talent: All Stars premiere?
America’s Got Talent: All Stars premiered Monday, Jan. 2, 2023.
What time will America’s Got Talent: All Stars be on in 2023?
America’s Got Talent: All Stars airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Who is the host of America's Got Talent: All Stars?
Terry Crews, who has been the host of America’s Got Talent since season 14, also hosts All Stars.
Who are the judges on America's Got Talent: All Stars?
Why is Sofia Vergara skipping America's Got Talent: All Stars?
Figuring she had a break in the AGT schedule between seasons 17 and 18, Sofia committed to an acting job, so she wasn’t available for All Stars.
America's Got Talent: All Stars acts
Aidan Bryant, Aerialist
Aidan McCann, Magician
Alan Silva, Aerialist
Ana Maria Mărgean, Ventriloquist
Aneeshwar Kunchala, Poet
Archie Williams, Singer
Avery Dixon, Saxaphonist
Axel Blake, Comedian
Bello Sisters, Acrobat Trio
Berywam, Beatboxing Group
Bir Khalsa, Danger Group
Brandon Leake, Poet
Brett Loudermilk, Sword Swallower
Calysta Bevier, Singer
Captain Ruin, Knife Thrower
Cristina Rae, Singer
Dance Town Family, Dance Group
Daneliya Tuleshova, Singer
Darius Mabda, Dancer
Detroit Youth Choir, Choir
Divyansh & Manuraj, Beatboxer and Flautist
Dustin Tavella, Magician
Dustin's Dojo, Comedy Karate Trio
Emil and Dariel, Cellist Duo
Eric Chien, Magician
Human Fountains, Novelty Act
Jackie Fabulous, Comedian
Jamie Leahey, Ventriloquist
Jasper Cherry, Magician
Jeanick Fournier, Singer
Jimmie Herrod, Singer
Josh Blue, Comedian
Keiichi Iwasaki, Magician
Keren Montero, Singer
Kodi Lee, Singer and Pianist
Light Balance Kids, Light-Up Dance Group
Lioz Shem Tov, Magician
Lukas & Falco, Dog Act
Malevo, Malambo Group
Mandy Harvey, Singer and Ukulelist
Mervant Vera, Magician
Mike E. Winfield, Comedian
Mini Droids, Dance Group
Ndlovu Youth Choir, Choir
Peter Antoniou, Mentalist
Peter Rosalita, Singer
Power Duo, Dance Duo
Robert Finley, Singer
The Sacred Riana, Illusionist
Sara James, Singer
Sethward, Novelty Act
Terry Fator, Singing Ventriloquist
Tom Ball, Singer
Tone the Chiefrocca, Rapper
Vitoria Bueno, Dancer
Viviana Rossi, Aerialist
Voices of Hope Children's Choir, Choir
World Taekwondo Demonstration Team, Martial Arts Group
Yumbo Dump, Comedy Duo
How will voting work for America’s Got Talent: All Stars?
Each week 10 Acts from the 60 listed above will perform for the judges for the chance to earn one of the coveted five Golden Buzzers, which will take them directly to the finals. The AGT Superfans will also vote on an additional act to move onto the finals. Following the final performances, the superfans will vote again on the 11 finalists to choose the winner, which will be revealed in the two-hour finale
What does the Golden Buzzer mean on America's Got Talent: All Stars?
We all love those emotional Golden Buzzer moments when one of the judges (Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara) or host Terry Crews is so moved by a performance that they press the Golden Buzzer, confetti streams down, and that act is sent directly to the live shows. Each of the judges and Terry only gets to use the Golden Buzzer one time each season and that takes place during the initial audition period.
We have gotten so used to the Golden Buzzer, but it wasn't initially a part of America's Got Talent. In fact, it wasn't introduced until Season 10. But it has proven how good a judge of talent our judges and host are. Six out of the eight AGT winners since its introduction—Paul Zerdin, Grace VanderWaal, Darci Lynne, Kodi Lee, Brandon Leake, and the Mayya —were Golden Buzzers. The two exceptions were Shin Lim and Dustin Tavella.
AGT: All Stars Golden Buzzers
And judge Howie Mandel is helping Light Balance Kids achieve that win by selecting them as his Golden Buzzer, which sends them straight through to the finale.
“You’ve always been one of my favorite acts that I’ve seen in the history of America’s Got Talent,” Howie told them after their performance. “There’s such an amazing message here. Where you come from is arguably the darkest place in the world and you come to bring us light. If I can do anything on behalf of America, on behalf of AGT: All-Stars, to bring you more light than you bring us, I’d like to do that for you.”
America's Got Talent: The Champions
All Stars isn’t the first time that AGT has brought together competitors from several versions of its franchise. It premiered America’s Got Talent: The Champions in 2020 and brought it back again in 2021.
The first season of America's Got Talent: The Champions featured close to 50 participants from across the Got Talent franchise with magician Shin Lim emerging as the winner. The second season featured around 40 participants with dance troupe V. Unbeatable taking home the title.
What channel is America's Got Talent on?
America's Got Talent: All Stars will air on NBC on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.
How to stream America’s Got Talent: All Stars on TV and online
You can stream episodes of America's Got Talent: All Stars the next day on NBC.com, the NBC App, and Peacock.
How to get tickets for America's Got Talent: All Stars taping?
There will be in-person audiences at the show's Studio City, Calif. filming location. Tickets are free. You can find out more information from the On Camera Audiences website.