The time has come for the remaining 10 acts on “America’s Got Talent” to officially pull out all the stops and give their very last performance before a winner is crowned. With $1 million and a headlining show in Las Vegas on the line, everyone brought their A-game.
9-year-old singing sensation Angelica Hale took the stage first to showcase her impressively powerful voice. She’s made it this far by taking difficult songs and singing them in a way no 9-year-old should be able to. For her finale, she opted for more of the same earning high praises from each of the judges. Howie Mandel was the first to comment that her opener felt more like a closer. If she’s got a shot at the big win, it’s thanks to this performance.
However, the competition is tough, as proven by the next act, Chase Goehring. He’s made a name for himself by singing his fast-paced originals, and tonight was no exception, showcasing his fastest lyrics yet again. His song was quick, and even the closed captioning couldn’t keep up. Despite the hard-to-digest words, the audience and judges still found a way to connect with the emotionality of his work.
“I bloody loved it,” Simon Cowell said. “You are the next generation for these…