‘AGT: Fantasy League’ to Premiere New Year’s Day — Which Acts Are Competing?
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The new America’s Got Talent spin-off, AGT: Fantasy League, has announced a premiere date and revealed the 40 acts that will be competing. Get ready to spend New Year’s Day watching the first episode of this new competition.
AGT: Fantasy League Announces Premiere Date
On Wednesday, the AGT Instagram account posted a photo of the Fantasy League judges (Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Simon Cowell) with host Terry Crews. The post was accompanied by the news that the spin-off will premiere on Monday, January 1, 2024, on NBC.
For those who don’t know, Fantasy League is similar to the previous spin-offs AGT: The Champions and AGT: All-Stars, in that it features past contestants returning to the Got Talent stage. However, this version of the competition has a new twist.
Each of the four judges will lead a Dream Team of contestants they choose from past seasons of Got Talent from around the world. The judges are competing for bragging rights, but the winning contestant earns a $250,000 grand prize.
Which Acts Are Competing on the New Spin-Off?
Fantasy League will feature the return of three past AGT winners, including Season 18 winner Adrian Stoica & Hurricane. Season 12 winner Darci Lynne Farmer and 14 winner Kodi Lee will also be competing for the grand prize.
There are also several other Season 18 contestants competing on the spin-off, including runner-up Anna Deguzman, as well as Grace Good, Ramadhani Brothers, Sainted, and Shadow Ace. Season 17 contestants Chapel Hart, Drake Milligan, Kristy Sellars, Pack Drumline, Travis Japan, and Yu Hojin will also compete.
Other acts you can expect to see are All-Stars winner Aidan Bryant, Champions winners V. Unbeatable, and several more amazing AGT acts — Billy & Emily England, Brian Justin Crum, The Clairvoyants, Hans, Jon Dorenbos, Junior New System, Piff the Magic Dragon, Preacher Lawson, Sheldon Riley, Sofie Dossi, Tape Face, and Wes P.
The competition will also feature contestants from other Got Talent shows, such as BGT‘s Cillian O’Connor, Ghetto Kids, Ichikawa Koikuchi, Loren Allred, Mersey Girls, Musa Motha, and Vardanyan Brothers; Mongolia’s Got Talent winner Enkh Erdene; Indonesia’s Got Talent‘s Fritzy Rosmerian; Canada’s Got Talent‘s Genevieve Cote; and Japan’s Got Talent winner Maria Seiren. You might also recognize Ukraine’s Got Talent winner Kseniya Simonova from AGT: The Champions.