‘America’s Got Talent’ Results: The Last 7 Acts Make It to the Semifinals
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On Wednesday night, America’s Got Talent aired its third live results show of Season 16. Twelve acts performed during Tuesday’s Quarterfinals show, but only seven could move on to the Semifinals, which begin next week.
Host Terry Crews announced the results of the fan vote, which decided the first five acts to move on. Three acts were also up for the Instant Save Vote, and the judges were able to save one act.
Which ‘America’s Got Talent’ Acts Made It Through?
Tuesday night’s audience vote determined the first five acts to make it through to the Semifinals. Rialcris, Léa Kyle, Chapkidz, Brooke Simpson, and World Taekwondo Demonstration Team went straight through thanks to America’s vote.
That means we had to say goodbye to Klek Entos, Keith Apicary, Curtis Family C-Notes, and Anica. They received the least amount of votes from viewers.
Who Won the Instant Save Vote?
The acts who came in sixth, seventh, and eight place in the overnight vote were eligible for the Instant Save. Michael Winslow, Storm Large, and UniCircle Flow were the three acts who were up for the vote.
Voting was open during the show, and fans ultimately chose to send Michael Winslow through to the Semifinals. The judges then had to decide which of the remaining two acts should join him. They ultimately chose to send UniCircle Flow through to the Semifinals, meaning Storm Large was eliminated.
Shin Lim Performs with Lindsey Stirling
America’s Got Talent Season 13 winner Shin Lim returned to the stage to perform card magic on Wednesday night’s results show. He was joined by violinist Lindsay Stirling, who appeared on the show in Season 5. While Stirling played violin, Lim showed off some seriously impressive tricks.
At one point, Lim even put a violin bow through one of his playing cards. Stirling is currently on a tour of the country, while Lim famously has a show in Las Vegas. We’d love to see them team up for another performance at some point in the future.
What do you think of this week’s results? Did any of your favorites get eliminated? Do you agree with the Instant Save results? Let us know in the comments.