‘AGT: All-Stars’ Finale Recap: Aerialist Aidan Bryant Is Named the Winner
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America’s Got Talent: All-Stars aired the finale episode on Monday night, as aerialist Aidan Bryant was announced as the winner. Aidan previously came in second place during AGT Season 16, and he beat that season’s winner, Dustin Tavella, in the All-Stars competition.
Aidan Bryant Named Winner of AGT: All-Stars
Aidan is a self-taught aerialist who impressed the judges in Season 16 of AGT. The 18-year-old returned for All-Stars, earning the Superfan vote to go to the Finals. Last week, he delivered a mesmerizing performance that once again earned the Superfan vote, this time for the win.
During Monday’s episode, host Terry Crews also announced which finalists were in the Top 5, and where each of them placed. In fifth place was BGT magician Aidan McCann. In fourth place was Romania’s Got Talent winner Ana-Maria Mărgean. In third place was Light Balance Kids.
The competition came down to Aidan and saxophonist Avery Dixon, who ended up finishing in second place. Avery earned Terry Crews’ Golden Buzzer in AGT Season 17 and went on to earn the Superfan vote to become a finalist in All-Stars.
The Finale Episode Featured New Performances
Monday’s two-hour finale also featured several performances from the 11 finalists, along with some special guest performers. That included an appearance by American Idol alum Adam Lambert, who sang a cover of Sia’s “Chandelier” while Aidan Bryant and Bello Sisters performed.
The episode also included a performance from Kodi Lee, who sang “Wake Me Up” by Avicii while Light Balance Kids danced along. We also got to see Ana-Maria Mărgean perform with her idol, AGT winner and fellow ventriloquist Terry Fator.
Runner-up Avery Dixon also performed with Babyface, while Power Duo took the stage with AGT alum Lindsey Stirling. Aidan McCann got to perform with AGT winner Mat Franco in a fun magic routine. Tom Ball sang with Voices of Hope Children’s Choir, while Weezer took the stage with Detroit Youth Choir.
Comedian Mike E. Winfield, meanwhile, perform solo in a pre-recorded sketch. Mike emulated host Terry Crews in a funny segment, as he trained for a backup plan in case he didn’t win.
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