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All Winners from ‘Got Talent’ Around the Globe 2023

Adrian Stoica and Hurricane on 'America's Got Talent'Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC

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From novelty acts to dancing duos, the globe has seen a wide variety of acts several Got Talent franchises this year. Indeed, Got Talent has introduced talented people to the world-class stage, giving them a well-deserved opportunity to show off what they’ve got.


All 2023 Got Talent Winners

1. Viggo Venn, Britain’s Got Talent Season 16

Viggo Venn graced the BGT stage in 2023 as a novelty act hailed from Norway. At the time of his audition, he stated that he wanted to become a British comedian because Norway was “very boring.” Running around the stage jumping and clapping his hands while wearing High-Visibility jackets, Venn instantly captured the heart of UK until the Finale.

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2. Adrian Stoica and Hurricane, America’s Got Talent Season 18

Adrian Stoica is a dog trainer from Italy with an impressive track record of six Disc Dog World Championship titles. Alongside his best friend, Hurricane, they fascinated the crowd of AGT in season 18. Their chemistry while doing melting dog tricks eventually led them to becoming the winners of the competition.

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3. Aidan Bryant, America’s Got Talent: All-Stars 2023

Aerialist Aidan Bryant first stepped on the America’s Got Talent stage in season 16, finishing in second place. He then joined America’s Got Talent: All-Stars, ultimately winning the show with his mind-blowing acrobatics.


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4. Stefanny and Yeeremy, Spain’s Got Talent: All-Stars 2023

Hailing from the city of Cali, Colombia, Stefanny and Yeeremy is a salsa sup who initially competed on season 17 of America’s Got Talent, unluckily getting eliminated in the Semifinals. They later joined Spain’s Got Talent: All-Stars, claiming the highly-coveted prize valued at 25,000 euros.

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5. Conversion, Canada’s Got Talent Season Three

Coming from Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Conversion is a 37-member dance troupe that joined the third season of Canada’s Got Talent. During their audition, the performed a routine about the struggles of Desjardins and his wife to conceive a baby. After they received the Golden Buzzer, they proceeded to steal the spotlight and won the competition.

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6. Femme Fatale, Indonesia’s Got Talent Season Four

Consisting of Alisa, Gaby, and Michele Malvina, Femme Fatale is a dancers-magician group from Jakarta. With the unusual combination of magic and dance, they easily won the heart of Indonesia, thus winning Rp150.000.000.


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7. Rares Prisacariu, Romania’s Got Talent Season 13

Bringing his intense passion on the stage of Romania’s Got Talent, Rares Prisacariu is a seven-year-old boy from Botosani. According to him, he’s memorized various poems, monologues, and prose text that he’s already lost count how many. In the end, he was hailed as the show’s champion, snatching the coveted 120,000 euros.

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8. Pontus Lindman, Sweden’s Got Talent Season 13

An award-winning professional magician, Pontus Lindman is a Swedish wizard who first auditioned on season 13 of BGT. He called his trick “the world’s most dangerous.” In 2023, he took his shot on Sweden’s Got Talent, ultimately securing the grand title.

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1 month ago

Everyone forgets about Australia ☹️

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