"America's Got Talent" (2016) Season 11 has come to the end of the show after months of gruelling competition with the finalists having given their final live performance on Tuesday night. Now, the winner of the season will be announced during the results episode on Wednesday.
America will choose one winner out of the 10 finalists.
The top 10 finalists surely saved the best for the last, as they put up some stunning performances in the finale. Judges – Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel – looked thrilled during the finals performance and were all praise for them.
Sal Valentinetti (Jazz singer) performed "Mack the Knife" by Bobby Darin in the finale and killed it with a beautiful rendition. Next to hit the stage was Contortionist and hand balancer Sofie Dossi, who performed a breath-taking back-flips and aerial ring routine.
Linkin' Bridge was the next take the stage. The group sang "See You Again" by Charlie Puth. It was a beautiful rendition. Then opera singer Laura Bretan rendered "O Mio Babbino Caro" and nailed it.
The Clairvoyants continued to surprise the judges and audience alike with their acts. In the finals, Amelie correctly spelled the birthday of a man in the crowd before revealing the expiry date and last four numbers of Simon Cowell's credit card while she was submerged underwater. Then, Brian Justin Crum sang Micheal Jackson's "Man in the Mirror." It was a jaw-dropping performance.
Comedic mime Tape Face entertained everyone with his toilet act. He made Mel B carry a toilet seat around her neck while doing his funny act. Juggler Viktor Kee was the next to hit the stage. He fumbled once during the performance but it was a beautiful act over all.
Then Philadelphia Eagles footballer cum close-up magician Jon Dorenbos put up yet another card trick, this time with a beautiful narration of an inspirational story. The last act to hit the stage was singer-songwriter Grace VanderWaal. As expected, she sang her original song called "Clay," which was soothing.
So, who do you thing will walk away with the $1 million prize? It can be anybody -- Grace VanderWaal, Sal Valentinetti, Tape Face, Brian Justin Crum, The Clairvoyants, Linkin' Bridge, Sofie Dossi, Viktor Kee, Jon Dorenbos, or Laura Bretan. America will choose the winner tonight.
Where to watch live
"America's Got Talent" Season 11 results episode will be broadcast live on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 8pm ET on NBC. The episode will also be live streamed on NBC official website.