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Night five—and the final night of qualifying performances for the finale—of AGT season 18 featured performances from 11 artists—82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus, Avantgardey, Eduardo Antonio Trevino, Eseniia Mikheeva, Gabriel Henrique, Grace Good, Lachuné, Mandy Muden, Ramadhani Brothers, Sang Soon Kim, Trailer Flowers — all of whom are hoping to get America’s vote to make it through to the finale.
The eight artists who have made it through to the America’s Got Talent finale to date are Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer Lavender Darcangelo; Adrian Stoica and Hurricane, Simon Cowell’s favorite dog act; mute comic Ahren Belisle; Howie Mandel’s Golden Buzzer French dance troupe Murmuration; Simon’s Golden Buzzer Putri Ariani; the Audience Golden Buzzer Mzansi Youth Choir; magician/cardistry artist Anna DeGuzman; and Japanese dance troupe Chibi Unity.
Who was voted off of America's Got Talent Season 18 last night?
Eduardo Antonio Trevino, Eseniia Mikheeva, Gabriel Henrique, Grace Good, Lachuné, Mandy Muden, Sang Soon Kim, Trailer Flowers
Who went through on AGT last night to the Top 10 and the finale for Season 18?
82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus, Ramadhani Brothers, Avantgardey
America's Got Talent night four results show recap
Here’s how the results show went down:
As the 11 artists waited to learn their fate, host Terry Crews introduced a montage review of Tuesday night’s performances.
“We are going to have a great finale,” Simon said. “I think the right people are there. I’m watching the recap performances. There are some great acts there.”
Then Terry got down to the business of the night: the reveal of the vote.
The first two acts called up to receive the results of America’s vote were Grace Good and Eduardo Antonio Trevino. Eduardo moved through to the Top 5.
Called up second were 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus, Sang Soon Kim, and Mandy Muden. The next act moving into the top 5 was 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus.
Then, Terry called up Trailer Flowers, Eseniia Mikheeva, and Avantgardey for their results. Moving on to the Top 5 was Avantgardey.
The final group called forward was Lachuné, Ramadhani Brothers and Gabriel Enrique. First to learn they had made the Top 5 was the Ramadhani Brothers.
But wait, Terry wasn’t finished yet. The final act making it into the Top 5 was Gabriel Enrique.
“It’s nerve-wracking,” Sofia said of the results. “It’s horrible. I am so glad we are not voting anymore. America got it right.”
And then the eliminations continued with Terry revealing the Top 3: Ramadhani Brothers, 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus, and Gabriel Enrique.
“I am happy,” Simon said of the results. “There were five really good acts, but the three standing there right now is a testament to how good they are.”
Terry kept the results moving because there is an added element last night: the reveal of the wildcard act who will earn a spot in the finale by America’s vote.
Terry announced the first act going through to the finale. It was 82nd Airborne Division All-American Chorus. The second act was Ramadhani Brothers.
Then it was time for the judges to reveal their choice for the Instant Save Wild Card vote. Simon was first. He chose Chioma and the Atlanta Drum Company, Sofia went with her Golden Buzzer Gabriel Enrique, Heidi surprised everyone choosing Herwan Legaillard, and Howie selected Avantgardy.
While the Instant Save vote was being counted, country queen and upcoming The Voice coach Reba McEntire performed “Can’t Even Get the Blues.”
After a review of next week’s 10 acts that have already made it into the finale, Terry announced that the 11th act making it through is Avantgardy.
America’s Got Talent airs Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.