"America's Got Talent" Season 11 finale is here. Top 10 finalists will perform live one last time in the competition on Tuesday. The winner of the show will walk away with $1 million dollar prize.
Top 10 finalists will perform tonight to impress the judges – Mel B, Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell and Heidi Klum – and the audience. However, all that the judges can do at this stage of the competition is give their feedback. It is America who will decide the winner through their votes.
Who will perform tonight?
Sal Valentinetti (Jazz Singer): The Italian pizza delivery man from Bethpage, New York, performed "That's Life" by Frank Sinatra in the semifinals. The makers of the show haven't revealed his song choice in the finale.
Tape Face (Comedic Mime): He is from Canterbury, New Zealand and his real name is Sam Wills. His balloon act in the semifinals wasn't up to the expectations but America seemed to like his act.
Jon Dorenbos (Close-up Magician): The Philadelphia Eagles footballer received a standing ovation from the judges for his magical game performance in the semifinals. He is one of the front-runners to win "America's Got Talent" title this season.
Grace VanderWaal (Singer-songwriter/Ukelelist): The 12-year-old singer-songwriter from Suffern, New York has won the hearts of the Americans with her original song, including "Light The Sky" in the semifinals.
Laura Bretan (Opera Singer): The 14-year-old from Chicago, Illinois, started singing at a tender age and later become an opera singer. She performed "Pie Jesu" in the semifinals.
Viktor Kee (Juggler): The Ukrainian started juggling at the age of six and has won several awards. He received a standing ovation from the judges for his performance in the semifinals.
Linkin Bridge (Vocal Group): The group consisting of Big Rome Kimbrough, Montre Davis, Shon China Lacy, and Ekoe Alexanda is known for their. They performed "7 Years" by Lukas Graham in the semifinals.
Sofie Dossi (Contortionist, Hand Balancer): The self-taught contortionist is one of the favourites to win this competition. Her performance this season has been consistent.
The Clairvoyants (Mentalists): Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass from Vienna, Austria, know how to win the hearts of the people. They progressed to the finals after their mind-reading performance in the semifinals.
Brian Justin Crum (Singer): The singer from San Diego, CA, was in the Broadway show "Wicked" before deciding to pursue his dream in music. He performed Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" in the semifinals.
"America's Got Talent" Season 11 finale will be broadcast live on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. The episode will also be live streamed on NBC official website.