First Guest Performers Revealed for ‘AGT’ Season 18 Finale
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America’s Got Talent Season 18 is airing a two-part finale this week, as viewers choose which act should be named the winner. The finale will feature several guest performers, a few of whom have already been teased ahead of the show.
AGT Season 18 Finale Guest Performers Teased
The website On Camera Audiences is currently offering free tickets to finale tapings this week. Included on the schedule was a taping for Monday featuring live performances from Jon Batiste and Thirty Seconds to Mars.
It’s likely that these performances were pre-taped to air during the Season 18 finale on Wednesday night. On Monday morning, Batiste posted on Instagram stories that he was “on the way to @agt.”
Fans can also expect to see Season 17 winners the Mayyas during Wednesday’s show. The dance group shared the news on Instagram stories Sunday, encouraging fans to tune in for their guest performance ahead of the winner announcement.
This year’s finale features the Top 11 acts as chosen by viewers — Lavender Darcangelo, Adrian Stoica & Hurricane, Ahren Belisle, Murmuration, Mzansi Youth Choir, Putri Ariani, Chibi Unity, Anna DeGuzman, 82nd Airborne Chorus, Ramadhani Brothers, and Avantgardey.
The Show Is Promoting Fantasy League
Recently, AGT announced a new spin-off called Fantasy League, premiering next year. Judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel will be joined by returning judge Mel B. Terry Crews will be back to host the season.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fantasy League will feature “each judge choosing from a pool of past Got Talent winners, finalists and fan favorites from versions of the show across the world (viewers will have some input in determining the acts).” The judges will then mentor their chosen acts.
The show’s Instagram account recently shared a photo of the judges and host together on the set, standing in front of a graphic that reads, “AGT: THE DRAFT.” Are you excited about the new spin-off? Let us know in the comments below.