‘America’s Got Talent’ Finale: Who’s Performing & Everything Else You Need To Know

Lula Sharp
September 20, 2018

On Wednesday's America's Got Talent live finale, after competing since May the top ten was trimmed down to just two remaining acts before a victor was finally announced by host, Tyra Banks.

"You have introduced rock and roll to so many kids".

Host Tyra Banks told Hadwin she was proud and said she had "made it" for making it to the final 10.

Following her cover of Tina Turner's River Deep - Mountain High, he told her: "Amazing".

He said: "I love your performance".

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However, the 85-year-old artist finds the whole thing humorous. "So you know, I think I have one too", he said. At a campaign stop in Humble, Texas, Cruz said, "Liberals desperately want to turn Texas blue".

Leading the singer away from the panel, Mel said: 'I think I've got the flawless outfit for this!' and dashed back on sporting the hilarious onesie.

Earlier in the series, Mandel used his golden buzzer to send the 14-year-old straight through to the quarter finals.

Her grandfather previously told MailOnline that her family knew she would do better in the USA than on her home turf. "We knew they would get it in a way that the United Kingdom didn't", he said. The spinoff, America's Got Talent: The Champions, will premiere January 1, 2019. "You were unbelievable. My prediction is you're going to be the victor".

Fellow judge Simon Cowell commented that Hadwin was more than just a singer, saying: "Every time you perform, you inspire people, you are more than a great singer, you are a trendsetter".

Before the results were announced, Courtney posted on social media saying it had been "an fantastic journey" and that she's "loved every second of it".

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