New Winter Edition of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” Debuts with New Host Terry Crews

America’s Got Talent: The Champions
Judges Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum, Simon Cowell & New Host Terry Crews (Photo: Trae Patton/NBC)

 “America’s Got Talent: The Champions”

Premieres Monday, January 7 from 8 to 10 PM ET/PT on NBC

         America’s Got Talent: The Champions brings together the world’s most talented, memorable and all-around fan-favorite acts from past seasons of “AGT” and around the globe from the other “Got Talent” franchises that span 194 territories.

          In the series premiere, ten of the most talented, memorable and all-around fan favorite acts from “AGT” and “Got Talent” competitions around the globe will perform for judges Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel. Two of these renowned acts will move on to the finals – one will receive a Golden Buzzer, and one will be voted through by a panel of “AGT” Superfans. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Terry Crews hosts.

America’s Got Talent: The Champions

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           These all-star acts, which include former winners and finalists, will once again take the stage to compete in a massive global competition with the hopes of claiming the ultimate title of World Champion.
          Global champions include opera rock singer Cristina Ramos (“Spain’s Got Talent” 2016 winner); 11-year-old singer Angelica Hale (“AGT” 2017 finalist); 14-year-old rock singer Courtney Hadwin (“AGT” 2018 finalist); singers Brian Justin Crum (“AGT” 2016 finalist), Bianca Ryan (“AGT” 2006 winner) and Sal Valentinetti (“AGT” 2016 finalist); mentalists The Clairvoyants (“AGT” 2016 finalist) and Colin Cloud (“AGT” 2017 finalist); projection/dance act Kenichi (“AGT” 2013 winner); opera singer Jackie Evancho (“AGT” 2010 finalist); comedians Vicki Barbolak (“AGT” 2018 finalist), Samuel J. Comroe (“AGT” 2018 finalist), Preacher Lawson (“AGT” 2017 finalist).

          Also,  Lost Voice Guy (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2018 winner) and Drew Lynch (“AGT” 2015 finalist); magicians Jon Dorenbos (“AGT” 2016 finalist) and Darcy Oake (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2013 finalist); dog act Ashleigh and Sully (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2012 winner); pianist Tokio Myers (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2017 winner); musical group Sons of Serendip (“AGT” 2014 finalist); escape artist Cosentino (“Australia’s Got Talent” 2011 finalist); regurgitator The Professional Regurgitator (“AGT” 2015 finalist); sword swallowing act Alex Magala (“Russia’s Got Talent” 2014 winner); danger act Ryan Stock & AmberLynn (“AGT” 2015 finalist) and juggler Viktor Kee (“AGT” 2016 finalist).

America's Go Talent Champions

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          Previously announced acts include singers Susan Boyle (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2009 finalist) and Kechi (“AGT” 2017 finalist); magicians Shin Lim (“AGT” 2018 winner), Piff the Magic Dragon (“AGT” 2015 finalist) and Issy Simpson (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2017 finalist); opera singers Prince Poppycock (“AGT” 2010 finalist) and Paul Potts (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2007 winner); vocal trio The Texas Tenors (“AGT” 2009 finalist); comedians Tom Cotter (“AGT” 2012 finalist) and Taylor Williamson (“AGT” 2013 runner-up); comedic mime Tape Face (“AGT” 2016 finalist); ventriloquists Darci Lynne Farmer (“AGT” 2017 winner) and Paul Zerdin (“AGT” 2015 winner).
Also, dance groups Attraction (“Britain’s Got Talent” 2013 winner), Justice Crew (“AGT” 2010 winner) and Light Balance (“AGT” 2017 finalist); dance duo Moonlight Brothers (“Denmark’s Got Talent” 2018 winner); sand artist Kseniya Simonova (“Ukraine’s Got Talent” winner); contortionist Sofie Dossi (“AGT” 2016 finalist); danger roller skaters Billy and Emily England (“AGT” 2017 finalist); Kid DJ, DJ Arch Jnr (“South Africa’s Got Talent” 2015 winner); dog act Sara and Hero (“AGT” 2017 finalist); jump-ropers DDF Crew (“Holland’s Got Talent” 2012 winner and “Belgium’s Got Talent” 2016 semi-finalist); knife-throwing act Deadly Games (“AGT” 2016 finalist); and ladder trick act Uzeyer Novruzov (“AGT” 2010 finalist).