Published On: Mon, Sep 12th, 2016

'America's Got Talent' Finalists Spoilers: The Names and Their Amazing Talents Turn Show Into Singing Competition?

The hit TV show America’s Got Talent Season 11 has reportedly finished choosing its top 10 finalists for the show and most of them are singers. Is the show turning into a singing competition?

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According to USA TODAY, the top 10 finalists for America’s Got Talent Season 11 has been revealed. This season’s finalists are made up of contestants with diverse talents. It has five singers on its finalists, which made many people believe that the show’s winner will be a singer.

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According to International Business Times, Sal Valentinetti made it to the show’s finals after Heidi Klum rang her golden buzzer for the contestant.

Valentinetti will be joined by Grace VanderWaal, a 12-year-old finalist who is a folk singer and songwriter and was chosen by Howie Mandel. Laura Bretan was chosen by Mel B’s golden buzzer while all-male group Linkin’ Bridge is the only group left on the show. Lastly, 28-year-old former Broadway performer and soul singer Brian Justin Crum made it through.

Simon Cowell’s bet, Calysta Bevier, did not make it through after she chose to perform Christina Perry’s hit song titled Human. Louis Tomlinson’s pick, Jayna Brown, was also ejected from the talent show.

It was further indicated that the said finalists will be joined by the Ukrainian juggler named Viktor Kee, Sofie Dossi who is a contortionist, NFL player and a magician, Jon Dorenbos, The Clairvoyants and the mime-comedian, Tape Face.

Predictions about the show’s winners have been making buzz and some even think that Crum will be the season’s winner.

Crum recently encouraged his supporters to send messages for him and asked them to, “tell me your stories like you are talking to me. If you are interested in sharing, they would love to hear from you.”

America’s Got Talent Season 11 airs every Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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