‘AGT: All-Stars’ Contestants Share Inspiring Advice for Their Past Selves
Several America’s Got Talent: All-Star contestants recently sat down to share their experience since first appearing on the show. They even offered some inspiring advice for their past selves. The new video features Caly Bevier, Alan Silva, Jimmie Herrod, and others.
AGT: All-Stars Contestants Talk to Their Past Selves
The contestants were shown photos of themselves from when they first appeared on America’s Got Talent and asked what the images made them think about. They shared some powerful responses and revealed what they would tell their former selves.
“I would tell my 16-year-old self that I need to believe in myself. I need to have confidence. I don’t need to act all cool all the time,” Bevier shared, recalling an old video where she rolled her eyes about being on the show. Now she recognizes that it was “the coolest thing in the world.”
Silva, meanwhile, said he “was nervous of rejection” during his first AGT audition. He added that he would advise his past self, “It’s okay to feel whatever you feel, but to move past that.”
Herrod shared that he would tell himself that “everyone really believes in what you’re gonna do, and they want to see you succeed.” He added that he should also keep believing in himself.
Contestants Share What Makes Their Act Difficult
The new video also features the Bello Sisters, who recently won the Superfan vote to move on to the AGT: All-Stars finale. They shared what makes their act so difficult, pointing out that it requires “great balancing skills, but also flexibility, strength, and grace.”
Terry Fator also made an appearance in the clip, sharing that he has to keep his jaw “really, really still” while performing ventriloquism. He added that he even gets physical therapy to help him “with the tightness in my shoulders and my jaw.”
AGT: All-Stars will return for another episode next Monday night at 8/7c on NBC.