Top 10 Contestants We Want to See on ‘AGT: Fantasy League’
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America’s Got Talent Season 18 may have ended, but you’re not going to miss the series for too long. In early 2024, your favorite competition series will be back — with a twist. Following the show’s well-loved spin-offs, America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League is set to appear alongside an incredible lineup of acts from previous seasons.
As we wait for the the show’s premiere, here’s the top 10 fan-favorite contestants that we want to return for Fantasy League. See if your favorite AGT act is included in our list.
Top 10 Contestants We Want to See on AGT: Fantasy League
1. Putri Ariani, Season 18
Hailing from Indonesia, Putri Ariani flew to America just to perform on America’s Got Talent. The 17-year-old singer-songwriter was diagnosed with retinopathy of prematurity in infancy, rendering her legally blind. With her vocal prowess and inspiring story, Ariana easily became a fan-favorite back in season 18, consequently finishing the series in fourth place.
2. Angelica Hale, Season 12
Angelica Hale is undeniably one of the most adorable singing sweethearts to ever grace AGT. From showcasing her powerful voice back in season 12, Hale is now a lovely young lady who continues to pursue her music career. As she navigates the competitive industry today, she might give AGT: Fantasy League a chance for another shot to fame.
3. Piff The Magic Dragon, Season 10
With his unique style of presenting magic and hilarious antics, Piff The Magic Dragon was a sought-after magician back in season 10. He finished in bottom five of the Top 10 and came back for AGT: The Champions to be eliminated in the Preliminaries. Be that as it may, he has remained to be a recognized show contestant who fans would definitely love to see for AGT: Fantasy League.
4. Kristy Sellars, Season 17
A mother of three from Australia, Kristy Sellars was a stunning pole dance from season 17. During her AGT run, she fascinated the audiences with her exceptional dance routines. If she comes back for AGT: Fantasy League, she’ll surely be a unique act in the line-up.
5. Anna DeGuzman, Season 18
Originating from the Philippines, Anna DeGuzman is a New Jersey resident and magician from the show’s season 18. Aside from her awesome tricks specializing in cardistry, she managed to captivate the crowd with her charming personality. Fans certainly want to see her back for AGT: Fantasy League.
6. Adrian Stoica and Hurricane, Season 18
Adrian Stoica and Hurricane was the impressive dog act that won season 18 of America’s Got Talent. The two have been performing all over the world for almost a decade, amusing audiences with their wonderful routines. Certainly, it wouldn’t hurt to bring these two best friends back for the upcoming spin-off.
7. Chapel Hart, Season 17
Coming from Poplarville, Mississippi, Chapel Hart is a vocal trio consisting of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart and their cousin Trea Swindle. They finished the competition in fifth place. With their impactful singing routines, they will surely be a remarkable act for AGT: Fantasy League.
8. Yu Hojin, Season 17
Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Yu Hojin is the first ever Asian magician to win the FISM World Championships of Magic Grand Prix in 2012. He then joined season 17 of America’s Got Talent and ended up in the bottom six of the Top 11. If he ends up getting picked for AGT: Fantasy League, fans will absolutely be happy.
9. The Pack Drumline, Season 17
The Pack Drumline was a drum and percussion group from Season 17 of America’s Got Talent. Coming from Chicago, their band was formed in 2014 as an at-risk after-school program. The advanced until the Semi-finals of the competition.
10. Kodi Lee, Season 14
No one will ever forget how Kodi Lee cemented himself in AGT history. Lee is a blind and autistic musical prodigious savant who took over the world when he revealed himself on the AGT stage. With his musical expression and perfect pitch, he’s most likely to win another gold if officially enlisted in the upcoming spin-off