Season 11 of "America's Got Talent" has been on a break since Week 2 of Live Shows and Results, which were aired on Aug. 2 and 3. So far 14 contestants have been chosen to advance to Semi-Finals of "America's Got Talent," and the remaining seven will be chosen next week when round 3 of the live shows will be aired on Tuesday, Aug. 23.
The upcoming week will see the performances of Golden Buzzer acts Grace VanderWaal and Malevo, who will both be fighting for a spot in the coveted semi-finals. The other acts that will compete in round 3 of the Live Show are ballroom dance duo Alla & Daniel Novikov, magician Blake Vogt, singer Brian Justin Crum, the family band Edgar, stand-up comedian Julia Scotti, magician Kadan Bart Rockett, band Linkin' Bridge, comedy juggler duo The Passing Zone, singer Ronee Martin and acrobatic performer Vello Vaher.
Among the 12 acts, seven will move forward to the next round, with one of them winning the Judges' Choice. Twelve-year-old Ukelele player and singer Grace already has a huge fanbase and is expected to go up to the finals in the competition. Fellow Golden Buzzer act Malevo, the Malambo group, is also expected to do the same. Despite not getting golden buzzer from the judges, Linkin' Bridge and the Edgar Family Band are very popular among the fans.
The performers who have already made it to the semi-finals of "America's Got Talent" Season 11 are Rubik's Cube magician Steven Brundage, Jazz singer Sal Valentinetti, mentalists The Clairvoyants, arielist contortionist Sofie Dossi, singer Calysta Bevier, Country singer Kadie Lynn Roberson, juggler Viktor Kee, Opera singer Laura Bretan, comedic Mime Tape Face, magician Jon Dorenbos, Knife Throwin Duo deadly Games, stand-up comedian Lori Mae Hernandez, school choir Musicality and singer Jayna Brown.
Don't forget to watch Season 11 episode 16 of "America's Got Talent" on Tuesday, Aug. 23 via NBC.