‘AGT’ Winner Dustin Tavella Joins Jimmie Herrod, Lea Kyle for the Live Las Vegas Show
If you were a fan of Dustin Tavella, Lea Kyle, or Jimmie Herrod on Season 16 of America’s Got Talent, you’ll love this latest announcement. All three were announced to be officially joining the cast of the show’s live Las Vegas show.
Tavella was crowned the champion this past season for his magic act, which incorporated heartfelt stories and positive messages. Kyle, meanwhile, impressed the judges with her quick-change act. We’re sure they both have some amazing performances up their sleeves for Vegas.
Herrod’s unique voice carried him to the Top 10 of the show. We’re sure he has plenty of magic in store for the upcoming Vegas show, which will feature other AGT stars from the most recent season and years past.
The Vegas show will also feature performances from past winners Brandon Leake and Kodi Lee, as well as famous contestants such as Preacher Lawson, Deadly Games, and Duo Transcend.
According to the show’s website, there will be two performances per night, five nights a week. Tickets start at $49 and can be purchased here. A VIP Experience is also available, including a meet and greet with dance group Light Balance.
Fan-Favorite Jimmie Herrod Joins ‘America’s Got Talent’ Las Vegas LIVE Show
Herrod posted an Instagram video on Wednesday sharing that he’ll be part of America’s Got Talent Las Vegas LIVE at Luxor Hotel and Casino. He said he’s been rehearsing for the past few weeks to get ready for the show, which premieres November 4.
After making his announcement, Herrod shared another video in which he tests the acoustics at the Luxor by belting out Mariah Carey’s song “The Distance.” As he wrote in the caption, “Can’t wait for this show to open, but what a great show we’ve got and a special cast.”
Herrod received the Golden Buzzer from judge Sofia Vergara after his audition for Season 16, in which he sang “Tomorrow” from the musical Annie. Judge Simon Cowell wanted him to sing something different, but Herrod ended up proving him wrong.