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America's Got Talent (season 13)
golden buzzer which immediately advances if used. Guest judges will not be given a red buzzer to use. Any act that will receive all four red buzzers will

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America's Got TalentPromotional poster for the seasonSeason 13Broadcast fromMay 29 (2018-05-29) –
September 19, 2018 (2018-09-19)Judges
  • Howie Mandel
  • Mel B
  • Heidi Klum
  • Simon Cowell
Host(s)Tyra BanksBroadcasterNBCWinnerShin Lim OriginBoston, MassachusettsGenre(s)Magic, Illusion Runner-upZurcarohChronology
  • 2018

Season thirteen of the reality competition series America's Got Talent premiered on May 29, 2018, on NBC. Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell returned as judges for their respective ninth, sixth, sixth, and third seasons. Meanwhile, Tyra Banks returned for her second season as host. Season 13 was Klum’s and Mel B’s last season as judges as well as Banks’s last year as host.[1]

The live shows returned to the Dolby Theatre, beginning August 14, 2018.[2]

AGT is co-produced by FremantleMedia North America and Syco Entertainment, Cowell's company.[3][4]

Dunkin' Donuts is a sponsor for a fourth consecutive season.

Shin Lim was named the winner on the season finale, September 19, 2018. Lim is the second magician to win in the series. Acrobatic group Zurcaroh and violinist Brian King Joseph came in second and third place respectively.

Contents
  • 1 Preliminary auditions
    • 1.1 Golden buzzer
  • 2 Judge Cuts
    • 2.1 Golden Buzzer
    • 2.2 Week 1
    • 2.3 Week 2
    • 2.4 Week 3
    • 2.5 Week 4
  • 3 Quarterfinals
    • 3.1 Week 1 (August 14–15)
    • 3.2 Week 2 (August 21–22)
    • 3.3 Week 3 (August 28–29)
  • 4 Semifinals
    • 4.1 Week 1 (September 4–5)
    • 4.2 Week 2 (September 11–12)
  • 5 Finals
    • 5.1 Finale
  • 6 Top 36 acts
  • 7 International broadcast
  • 8 Ratings
    • 8.1 U.S. Nielsen ratings
    • 8.2 Special episodes
  • 9 Contestants who appeared in other seasons or shows
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links
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The season had preliminary open call auditions in Orlando, Cincinnati, Savannah, Milwaukee, Houston, Las Vegas, New York City, Nashville, and Los Angeles.[5] As in years past, prospective contestants could also submit online auditions.[6]

Auditions were taped from March 6–23 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles[7] and began to air on May 29, 2018.[8]

Golden buzzer

The golden buzzer returned for its fifth consecutive season. Any act that receives the golden buzzer during the judges' auditions will be sent directly to the live shows and will not compete in the Judge Cuts round. In the first episode, Tyra Banks was the first to press the golden buzzer, for acrobatic and dance group Zurcaroh.[8] Simon Cowell was second to press it, for 40-year-old singer Michael Ketterer. Howie Mandel was third to press it, for 13-year-old singer Courtney Hadwin. Mel B was fourth to press it for 15-year-old singer Amanda Mena. Heidi Klum was the final judge to use the golden buzzer, using it for 15-year-old singer Makayla Phillips.

Judge Cuts

The Judge Cuts rounds began airing on Tuesday, July 17, 2018. Like the previous season, one guest judge will join the judges' panel each show and will be given one golden buzzer opportunity to send an act straight to the live shows. Eighteen acts perform each week instead of twenty as in the previous three seasons. Of the eighteen acts performing each week seven acts advance including the guest judge's golden buzzer which immediately advances if used. Guest judges will not be given a red buzzer to use. Any act that will receive all four red buzzers will be immediately eliminated from the competition. The four guest judges are Ken Jeong, Olivia Munn, Martina McBride, and Chris Hardwick, who was also a guest judge in the previous season.[9] The final Judge Cuts episode aired on August 7, 2018. This is the first Judge Cuts rounds in history where no acts received four red buzzers.

After the Judge Cuts, three wildcards were chosen from eliminated acts to perform in the live shows: Daniel Emmet, Human Fountains and Front Pictures (who did not perform in the Judge Cuts round).

Golden Buzzer

The golden buzzer also returned for the Judge Cuts round. Each week during the Judge Cuts a guest judge will have the option to use their golden buzzer on any act. An act that receives the golden buzzer during the Judge Cuts round will not face elimination and will advance automatically to the live shows. In the first week of the Judge Cuts Ken Jeong pressed his golden buzzer for the Voices of Hope Children's Choir. In week 2, Olivia Munn pressed her Golden Buzzer for Angel City Chorale. In the third week, Martina McBride pressed her Golden Buzzer for Quin and Misha, a ballroom dance duo. Chris Hardwick gave the season's final Golden Buzzer for Flau’jae, a 14-year old rapper, in the final week of the Judge Cuts.

Key Buzzed Golden buzzer   Advanced   Quarterfinal Wildcard   Eliminated   Advanced Immediately Week 1

Guest judge: Ken Jeong

Date: July 17, 2018

Act Order Performance type Buzzes Result Cowell Klum Jeong Mel B Mandel Junior New System 1 Dance Group Advanced Harold & Regan 2 Dance Duo Eliminated Us the Duo 3 Band Advanced Kevin Blake 4 Magician Eliminated Mochi 5 Multimedia Diabolo Act Advanced Lilly Wilker 6 Animal Impressionist Eliminated Oscar and Pam 7 Singing Dog & Pianist Eliminated Daniel Emmet 8 Opera Singer Quarterfinal Wildcard Voices of Hope 9 Choir Advanced Immediately Aaron Crow 10 Danger Act Advanced Carmen Lynch 11 Stand-up Comedienne Eliminated Christina Wells 12 Singer Advanced Patches 13 Rapper Eliminated Andrew Johnston 14 Singer Eliminated Celina and Filiberto 15 Dance Duo Eliminated Trinh Tra My 16 Aerialist Eliminated Jack Tenney 17 Trampolinist Eliminated Duo Transcend 18 Trapeze Duo Advanced Week 2

Guest judge: Olivia Munn

Date: July 24, 2018

Act Order Performance type Buzzes Result Cowell Klum Munn Mel B Mandel Human Fountains 1 Novelty Act Quarterfinal Wildcard Shin Lim 2 Magician Advanced The Melisizwe Brothers 3 Band Eliminated Macey Mac 4 Singer/Guitarist Eliminated Sophie Fatu 5 Singer Eliminated Reyes del Swing 6 Salsa Dance Troupe Eliminated The Future Kingz 7 Dance Group Advanced Lioz Shem Tov 8 Comedy Magician Eliminated Angel City Chorale 9 Choir Advanced Immediately Shannon and Reckon 10 Dog Act Eliminated EXISDANCE 11 Multimedia Dance Act Eliminated Hans 12 Singer/Dancer/Accordionist Advanced Vivien Vajda 13 Jump Rope Acrobat Eliminated Rob Lake 14 Magician Advanced Leah Mathies 15 Singer/Guitarist Eliminated Hunter Price 16 Singer/Guitarist Eliminated Joseph O'Brien[a] 17 Singer/Pianist Advanced Vicki Barbolak 18 Stand-up Comedienne Advanced
  1. ^ Simon Cowell forced Joseph O'Brien to stop performing during his act. After given the opportunity, O'Brien chose to perform for a second time. His result is based off the second performance.
Week 3

Guest judge: Martina McBride

Date: July 31, 2018

This is the second Judge Cuts episode in the show's history in which an act with at least one "X" buzzer was nevertheless promoted to the live shows.

Act Order Performance type Buzzes Result Cowell Klum McBride Mel B Mandel The Savitsky Cats 1 Cat Act Advanced Blue Tokyo 2 Acrobatic Dance Group Eliminated OC Music and Dance 3 Orchestral Band Eliminated The PAC Dance Team 4 Dance Group Advanced Angel Garcia 5 Singer Eliminated Jeffrey Li 6 Singer Eliminated Ms. Trysh 7 Singer Eliminated Kazi 8 Singer Eliminated Bone Hampton 9 Stand-up Comedian Eliminated Quin and Misha 10 Ballroom Dance Duo Advanced Immediately Noah Guthrie[a] 11 Singer/Guitarist Advanced Jules and Jerome 12 Teeterboard Duo Eliminated Fratelli Rossi 13 Acrobatic Duo Eliminated Bensax International 14 Saxophonist Eliminated Oliver Graves 15 Stand-up Comedian Eliminated UDI Dance 16 Blacklight Dance Group Advanced We Three 17 Band Advanced The Sacred Riana 18 Illusionist Advanced
  1. ^ Simon Cowell forced Noah Guthrie to stop performing during his act. After given the opportunity, Guthrie chose to perform for a second time. His result is based off the second performance.
Week 4

Guest judge: Chris Hardwick

Date: August 7, 2018

This is the first time in America's Got Talent Judge Cuts history where two or more acts that have been buzzed went on to the live shows.

Act Order Performance type Buzzes Result Cowell Klum Hardwick Mel B Mandel Brian King Joseph 1 Electric Violinist Advanced Yumbo Dump 2 Comedy Duo Advanced Academy of Villains 3 Dance Group Eliminated Da RepubliK 4 Dance Group Advanced Berlin 5 Singer/Pianist Eliminated Sergey and Sasha 6 Acrobatic Duo Eliminated Flau'jae 7 Rapper Advanced Immediately Elijah Holt 8 Acrobat Eliminated Sixto and Lucia 9 Quick Change Duo Eliminated Brody Ray 10 Singer/Guitarist Eliminated Ronnie Lamarque 11 Singer Eliminated Glennis Grace 12 Singer Advanced Diabolowalker 13 Diabolo Dance Group Eliminated Troy James 14 Contortionist Eliminated Street Drum Corps 15 Drum Group Eliminated NUNNABOVE 16 Band Eliminated Lord Nil 17 Escape Artist Advanced Samuel J. Comroe 18 Stand-up Comedian Advanced Quarterfinals

The quarterfinals were broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles starting on August 14, 2018 with twelve acts performing each night.[10] The following night the results will be announced to the public with seven of the twelve acts proceeding to the semifinals.[11] Each week viewers of the show also have the opportunity to send one act, determined by popular vote, using "Google's Instant Save", sometimes also known as the "Dunkin' Save" due to a sponsorship contract with Dunkin Donuts, via the America's Got Talent app or the official website.[12][13] In the first week of the Quarterfinals, Human Fountains received a buzzer from Cowell and Lord Nil received one from Mel B. In the second week of the Quarterfinals, Yumbo Dump received a buzzer from Klum. In the third week of the Quarterfinals, Aaron Crow received a buzzer from Mel B, however, made a decision to select him to go to the semi-finals after dominating against the Future Kingz.

Key Buzzed Judges' Choice   Advanced (Won Public Vote)   Won Judges' Choice   Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save   Judges' Wildcard   Lost Judges' Choice Week 1 (August 14–15)

Guest: Darci Lynne Farmer

Act Order Performance type Buzzes and judges' choices Result Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel Mochi 1 Multimedia Diabolo Act Lost Judges' Choice Human Fountains 2 Novelty Act Eliminated Angel City Chorale 3 Choir Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save The PAC Dance Team 4 Dance Group Eliminated Amanda Mena 5 Singer Advanced Junior New System[a] 6 Dance Group Won Judges' Choice We Three 7 Band Advanced Lord Nil 8 Escape Artist Eliminated Flau'jae 9 Rapper Eliminated Shin Lim 10 Magician Advanced Vicki Barbolak 11 Stand-up Comedienne Advanced Courtney Hadwin 12 Singer/Dancer Advanced
  1. ^ After the Judges' choice was split evenly, Junior New System was revealed to have received more of America's votes than Mochi, and they advanced to the semi-finals.
Week 2 (August 21–22)

Guests: The Illusionists and Light Balance

Act Order Performance type Buzzes and judges' choices Result Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel Makayla Phillips 1 Singer Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save Da RepubliK 2 Dance Group Won Judges' Choice Noah Guthrie 3 Singer/Guitarist Advanced Yumbo Dump 4 Comedy Duo [a] [b] Eliminated Samuel J. Comroe 5 Stand-up Comedian Advanced Voices of Hope 6 Choir Advanced The Savitsky Cats 7 Cat Act Eliminated Glennis Grace 8 Singer Advanced The Sacred Riana 9 Illusionist Eliminated Quin and Misha 10 Ballroom Dance Duo Eliminated Front Pictures 11 Multimedia Performance Act Judges' Wildcard Duo Transcend 12 Trapeze Duo Advanced
  1. ^ Cowell originally buzzed Yumbo Dump, but later retracted his buzzers.
  2. ^ Mel B originally buzzed Yumbo Dump, but later retracted her buzzers.
Week 3 (August 28–29)

Guest: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Act Order Performance type Buzzes and judges' choices Result Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel The Future Kingz 1 Dance Group Lost Judges' Choice Us the Duo 2 Band Advanced Daniel Emmet 3 Opera Singer Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save Brian King Joseph 4 Electric Violinist Advanced Aaron Crow 5 Danger Act Won Judges' Choice Joseph O'Brien 6 Singer/Pianist Eliminated Hans 7 Singer/Accordionist/Dancer Eliminated UDI Dance 8 Blacklight Dance Group Eliminated Christina Wells 9 Singer Advanced Zurcaroh 10 Acrobatic Group Advanced Rob Lake 11 Illusionist Eliminated Michael Ketterer 12 Singer Advanced Semifinals

The live semifinals started on September 4, 2018. They featured the 21 acts voted to the semifinals, plus the judges' semifinal wildcard pick. Each week, eleven acts performed; five went through to the finals, and six were eliminated. Although Cowell's expectations for the semi-finals were demanding, however, Front Pictures and Da RepubliK were the only acts that got buzzed.

Key Buzzed Judges' Choice   Advanced (Won Public Vote)   Won Judges' Choice   Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save   Lost Judges' Choice Week 1 (September 4–5) Act Order Performance Description Buzzes and judges' choices Result Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel Amanda Mena 1 Singer; performed "Happy" by Pharrell. Eliminated Junior New System 2 Dance Group; dancers performed with a basketball themed red stiletto extravaganza to "Work Bitch" by Britney Spears, "Bang Bang" by Jessie J ft. Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj, and "Lose Control" by Missy Elliott ft. Ciara & Fatman Scoop. Eliminated Us the Duo 3 Band; performed an original song called "Broke". Eliminated Voices of Hope 4 Choir; performed "Defying Gravity" from Wicked by Idina Menzel. Lost Judges' Choice Shin Lim 5 Close-up Magician; started the act by placing a card in his back pocket "for later". He asked Heidi to pick a card and sign it. He put the signed card down and after he made a gesture, smoke began to rise from beneath it, at which point the card was shown to be blank. He opened his mouth, smoke came billowing out, and Heidi's card appeared from it. He placed her card in a plastic bag and then asked Tyra to pick a card and sign it. Tyra's card jumped from Shin's hand to his vest pocket, and thence to the card that started in his back pocket. Tyra's card then appeared in his mouth amidst a cloud of smoke, then switched places with Heidi's card in the plastic bag before the two cards switched back. He put both cards into the plastic bag and then vanished them in full view of the audience. Finally, he placed the remaining cards back in the box, and when smoke began pouring from the box he crushed it flat, making the box immediately disappear. Advanced Makayla Phillips 6 Singer; performed "Who You Are" by Jessie J. Eliminated Front Pictures 7 Multimedia Performance Act; starts at the space station in outer space, which accidentally crushed by the meteorite and then gets a low oxygen tank. Ends up swimming with sea creatures such as turtles, dolphins, and whales. Eliminated Duo Transcend[a] 8 Trapeze Duo; performed a dangerous trapeze act for half of the performance, and the other half was a fire roller skate act where Mary hung onto Tyce with just her legs wrapped around his neck. Won Judges' Choice Samuel J. Comroe 9 Stand-up Comedian; explains about being the only kid out of his six siblings with tourettes. Then talks about how a woman tried to pray away his Tourette Syndrome. He ends with a story about how he was at a party with his black friends and the cops came. The cops told him to blink twice if he was in danger, and having tourettes he is likely to blink, so his black friends had to run. Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save Michael Ketterer 10 Singer; performed "When I Look At You" by Miley Cyrus. Advanced Zurcaroh 11 Acrobatic Group; the act was set in Egypt. Start with a dance on the floor, and then began leaping and flipping from the air while other members held gold wings and swung them simultaneously. They ended with two men swinging from a rope that dangled from the ceiling, and then made a human tower where the little girl on the top jumped down. Advanced
  1. ^ After Cowell's vote tied the Judges' Choice, however, Duo Transcend was revealed to have received more of America's votes than Voices of Hope, and they advanced to the finals.
Week 2 (September 11–12)

Guest: BTS[14] and A Magical Cirque Christmas

Act Order Performance Description Buzzes and judges' choices Result Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel Christina Wells 1 Singer; performed "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" by Aretha Franklin. Eliminated Da RepubliK 2 Dance Group; dancers mixed a combination of flipping and dancing to "Get Ugly" by Jason Derulo, "Hit the Floor" by Twista ft. Pitbull, and "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-a-Lot. Eliminated Noah Guthrie 3 Singer; performed "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston. Eliminated Daniel Emmet 4 Opera Singer; performed "Somewhere" from West Side Story by Reri Grist. Won Judges' Choice Angel City Chorale 5 Choir; performed "The Rising" by Bruce Springsteen. Eliminated Aaron Crow 6 Danger Act; starts the act with a video of Crow asking Howie for his help in this routine. It then cuts back to the main stage with Howie trapped in a box. In total there are four boxes. Crow first asks Heidi to choose a box out of the four, then ask Mel B to do the same. Heidi selected box 3 and Mel B picked box 1. Crow proceeded to cut a rope that crushed box 3. He then did the same thing to box 1. Simon then had to pick a box which turned out to be box 4, Crow then crushed box 4. Finally, Crow opened box 2 and Howie was inside and safe. Eliminated Vicki Barbolak 7 Stand-up Comedienne; talks about how she is extra attracted to Italian men. She says the best way to get a guy to notice you is to trace your body. Next, she explains that no diet has worked for her in the past. She ends talking about if a cop caught her drunk in her trailer, she would just trace her body. Advanced We Three 8 Band; performed an original song called "Make Up". Lost Judges' Choice Glennis Grace 9 Singer; performed "This Woman's Work" by Kate Bush. Google's Instant Save / Dunkin' Save Brian King Joseph 10 Electric Violinist; started in the audience and made his way to the main stage. Performed "Gangsta's Paradise" by Coolio ft. L.V. to an electric mix on the song. Advanced Courtney Hadwin 11 Singer; performed "Born to Be Wild" by Steppenwolf. Advanced Finals

The final performances took on September 18, followed by the final results show aired on September 19, 2018. No acts were buzzed.

The season finale took place on September 19, 2018. During the finale results, the top 5 acts were revealed first; then they were eliminated in reverse ranking from fifth place to third place. Shin Lim was announced the winner at the end of the finale. He won the million-dollar prize and was set to headline at the Paris Las Vegas at Las Vegas on November 2, 3 and 4, 2018.

Key   Advanced to the Top 5   Top 10 Act Order Performance Description Result Brian King Joseph 1 Electric Violinist; performed "Heartless" by Kanye West to an electric beat on the song. Joseph was surrounded by fire and two drummers. Advanced Daniel Emmet 2 Opera Singer; gives an opera take on "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran. Top 10 Vicki Barbolak 3 Stand-up Comedienne; starts by saying she thought the finale was a swimsuit competition. She proceeds to strip into her swimsuit and talk about her time as a stripper. Chats about all the accomplishments her grandson has in school, to later say he is homeschooled. She says her dad is an ex-football player, and she has the typical looks of a football player's daughter. Ends with talking about Hooter's and how she wants tom open a restaurant for women called, "Woodpeckers". Top 10 Glennis Grace 4 Singer; performed "Run" by Snow Patrol. Top 10 Zurcaroh 5 Acrobatic Group; started all lined up in a row. They broke out and performed a ritual dance to "Baba Yetu". Next, they created a human tower, and threw the little girl at the top off. They showed a scene where a little boy who holding a globe sees a girl acrobat and the girl wants to play with him but he ignores her. The remaining acrobats do a flag routine. The little boy comes back and give a globe to her, he forgive the girl and join with them. They end the routine by making another human tower and throwing three girls in the air to be caught. Advanced Samuel J. Comroe 6 Stand-up Comedian; explains how he met his wife. Tells a story about a guy he met that was squeezing his girlfriend's butt. The guy then walked up to Comroe and said he doesn't really have tourettes because he doesn't cuss. Comroe said when he cusses it is from the heart. He finishes talking about how he does not like rude people. If you honk at him, he will follow you home. If he opens the door and you don't say thank you, he will pull you back in. Advanced Courtney Hadwin 7 Singer; performed "River Deep, Mountain High" by Tina Turner. Top 10 Shin Lim 8 Close-up Magician; played piano for a bit, and talked about how he used to play piano until carpal tunnel made him stop, then got Tyra to randomly select a card. He then made multiple copies of this card appear and disappear, and displayed the name of the card with floating playing cards. Advanced Duo Transcend 9 Trapeze Duo; opens with both at the top of the trapeze. Mary blindfolds Tyce, and proceeds to dangle for his leg in the air. She then does many flips by just holding onto his arms. Mary stands on Tyce's shoulders and jumps down with Tyce just barely catching her. They continue to do flips. Mary takes off his blindfold and holds him by just her arms. They conclude by Mary dropping Tyce, on purpose. Top 10 Michael Ketterer 10 Singer; performed "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell. Advanced Finale

Guest performers in the finale included Kiss, Bebe Rexha, The Struts, Plácido Domingo, and Lindsey Stirling. Other celebrity appearances included David Spade, Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila.[15]

The following chart describes the acts, appearances and segments presented during the finale.

Act(s) Performance Description Glennis Grace Singer; Guest performer Bebe Rexha sang a duet with Grace of her song "Meant to Be". Samuel J. Comroe Stand-up Comedian; Clips were shown of Comroe performing and acting as a judge to comment on the Mel B's performance as a stand-up comedienne. Courtney Hadwin Singer; Guest performer The Struts sang a duet with Hadwin of their song "Could Have Been Me" and Janis Joplin's version of "Piece of My Heart" song. Daniel Emmet Opera Singer; Guest performer Plácido Domingo sang a duet with Emmet of Les pêcheurs de perles opera song "Au fond du temple saint" (generally known as "The Pearl Fishers Duet"). Vicky Barbolak Stand-up Comedienne; Guest performer David Spade performed together with Barbolak. Michael Ketterer Singer; Sang "The Courage To Love" by Garth Brooks. Shin Lim Close-up Magician; Guest volunteers Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila Brian King Joseph & Duo Transcend Electric Violinist and Trapeze Duo; Guest performer Lindsey Stirling and Joseph performed "Roundtable Rival" and "The Force of Nature" while Duo Transcend performs. Zurcaroh Acrobatic Group; Guest performer Lindsey Stirling Key   1st place (Winner)   2nd place (Runners-up)   3rd place   4th place   5th place Act Result Shin Lim Winner Zurcaroh Runners-Up Brian King Joseph 3rd place Samuel J. Comroe 4th place Michael Ketterer 5th place Top 36 acts
  Winner |   Runner-up |   Third place
  Finalist |   Semi-finalist (eliminated) |   Quarter-finalist (eliminated)
Wildcard (Semi-finals)
Wildcard (Quarter-finals)
Golden Buzzer (Auditions)
Golden Buzzer (Judge Cuts)
Participant Age(s) 1 Genre Act From Quarter-Final Result Aaron Crow 49 Danger Danger Act Bruges, Belgium 3 Semi-finalist Amanda Mena 15 Singing Singer Boston, Massachusetts 1 Semi-finalist Angel City Chorale 19-88 Singing Choir Los Angeles, California 1 Semi-finalist Brian King Joseph 27 Music Electric Violinist Los Angeles, California 3 Third Place Christina Wells 42 Singing Singer Houston Texas 3 Semi-finalist Courtney Hadwin 13 Singing Singer County Durham, England 1 Finalist (Won Public Vote) Da RepubliK 15-32 Dance Dance Group Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 3 Semi-finalist Daniel Emmet 25 Singing Opera Singer Las Vegas, Nevada 3 Finalist (Won Judges' Vote) Duo Transcend 29 & 32 Acrobatics Trapeze Duo Salt Lake City, Utah 2 Finalist (Won Judges' Vote) Flau'jae 14 Music Rapper Savannah, Georgia 1 Eliminated Front Pictures 41 & 43 Variety Multimedia Performance Group Kiev, Ukraine 2 Semi-finalist Glennis Grace 40 Singing Singer Amsterdam, Netherlands 2 Finalist (Won Dunkin' Save) Hans 19 Variety Singer/Accordionist/Dancer Adelaide, Australia 1 Eliminated Human Fountains 24 - 29 Variety Novelty Act Los Angeles, California 1 Eliminated Joseph O'Brien 15 Singing / Music Singer & Pianist Columbia, Tennessee 3 Eliminated Junior New System 18–25 Dance Dance Group Manila, Philippines 1 Semi-finalist Lord Nil 38 Danger Escape Artist Italy 1 Eliminated Makayla Phillips 16 Singing Singer Canyon Lake, California 2 Semi-finalist Michael Ketterer 40 Singing Singer Anaheim, California 3 Finalist (Won Public Vote) Mochi 29 Variety Multimedia Diabolo Act Shizuoka, Japan 1 Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote) Noah Guthrie 24 Singing / Music Singer & Guitarist Greer, South Carolina 2 Semi-finalist Quin and Misha 70 & 35 Dance Ballroom Dance Duo Orlando, Florida 2 Eliminated Rob Lake 35 Magic Illusionist Norman, Oklahoma 3 Eliminated Samuel J. Comroe 30 Comedy Stand-Up Commedian Los Angeles, California 2 Finalist (Won Dunkin' Save) Shin Lim 26 Magic Close-up Magician Boston, Massachusetts 1 Winner The Future Kingz 7–23 Dance Dance Group Chicago, Illinois 3 Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote) The PAC Dance Team 15–18 Dance Dance Group Sahuarita, Arizona 1 Eliminated The Sacred Riana 25 Magic Illusionist Jakarta, Indonesia 2 Eliminated The Savitsky Cats 24 & 45 Animals Cat Act Ukraine 2 Eliminated UDI 20–37 Dance Blacklight Dance Group Tomsk, Russia 3 Eliminated Us the Duo 27 & 28 Singing Band Los Angeles, California 3 Semi-finalist Vicki Barbolak 60 Comedy Stand-up Comedienne Oceanside, California 1 Finalist (Won Public Vote) Voices of Hope 5–17 Singing Choir Orange County, California 2 Semi-finalist (Lost Judges' Vote) We Three 21–27 Singing Band McMinnville, Oregon 1 Semi-finalist (Lost Judges' Vote) Yumbo Dump 31 & 34 Comedy Comedy Duo Okayama, Japan 2 Eliminated Zurcaroh 8–39 Acrobatics Acrobatic Group Götzis, Austria 3 Runners-Up International broadcast

This season is being aired in Asia within 48 hours of being broadcast in the US. It airs on AXN starting May 31, 2018 (UTC+8).[16][17]

In the United Kingdom and Ireland the first episode was brought to Netflix on May 31. In Singapore, the show was broadcast on MediaCorp Channel 5 every Thursday starting May 31, 2018.[18]

This season has also been aired in Poland on WP since December 2018.[19]

Ratings U.S. Nielsen ratings Episode Title First air date Timeslot (EDT) Rating
(18–49) Share
(18–49) Viewers
(millions) Nightly
Rank Weekly
Rank 1 Auditions Week 1 May 29, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 2.5 11 12.16 1[20] 3[21] 2 Auditions Week 2 June 5, 2018 2.2 10 11.27 1[22] 3[23] 3 Auditions Week 3 June 12, 2018 2.3 10 11.46 1[24] 1[25] 4 Auditions Week 4 June 19, 2018 2.2 10 11.86 1[26] 1[27] 5 Auditions Week 5 June 26, 2018 2.0 9 11.32 1[28] 1[29] 6 Auditions Week 6 July 10, 2018 2.1 9 11.55 1[30] 1[31] 7 Judge Cuts 1 July 17, 2018 2.1 9 11.33 1[32] 1[33] 8 Judge Cuts 2 July 24, 2018 2.0 8 11.68 1[34] 1[35] 9 Judge Cuts 3 July 31, 2018 2.1 9 11.83 1[36] 1[37] 10 Judge Cuts 4 August 7, 2018 1.9 9 11.04 1[38] 1[39] 11 Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Performances) August 14, 2018 2.1 10 11.10 1[40] 1[41] 12 Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Results) August 15, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 1.5 8 9.85 2[42] 2[41] 13 Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Performances) August 21, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 2.1 9 11.21 1[43] 1[44] 14 Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Results) August 22, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 1.6 8 9.69 1[45] 2[44] 15 Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Performances) August 28, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 1.9 8 10.78 1[46] 1[47] 16 Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Results) August 29, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 1.5 7 9.90 2[48] 2[47] 17 Semifinals, Week 1 (Performances) September 4, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 1.8 8 10.69 1[49] 5[50] 18 Semifinals, Week 1 (Results) September 5, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 1.5 7 9.89 2[51] 7[50] 19 Semifinals, Week 2 (Performances) September 11, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 1.9 8 10.75 1[52] 4[53] 20 Semifinals, Week 2 (Results) September 12, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 1.6 8 10.15 1[54] 5[53] 21 The Finals September 18, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m. 2.3 10 12.99 1[55] 2[56] 22 Season Finale September 19, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 2.1 10 12.88 1[57] 3[56] Special episodes Specials Title First air date Timeslot (EDT) Rating
(18–49) Share
(18–49) Viewers
(millions) Nightly
Rank Weekly
Rank S1 Best of Auditions July 11, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m. 0.9 5 5.98 2[58] 4[31] S2 Road to Lives August 9, 2018 Thursday
8:00 p.m. 0.7 3 3.82 2[59] 21[39] Contestants who appeared in other seasons or shows Act Television show Season Result Notes Academy of Villains America's Got Talent 7 Semifinalist Sergey and Sasha 10 Cut Before Judge Cuts Silicon Valley Girls 11 Cut Before Judge Cuts Auditioned as "Trio Grace" Junior New System Asia's Got Talent 1 Finalist Received the golden buzzer during the semifinals.[60] The Sacred Riana 2 Winner [61] Yumbo Dump Semi-Finalist [62][63] UDI Britain's Got Talent 9 Finalist Wes-P (a.k.a. Kazuhisa Uekusa) 12 Semi-Finalist Auditioned as "Mr. Uekusa" Aaron Crow 7 Semi-Finalist La France a un incroyable talent 11 Semi-Finalist Zurcaroh 12 Finalist Received the golden buzzer during the auditions.[64] Géométrie Variable 12 5th Place David Pereira 8 3rd Place Got Talent España 1 Finalist Noah Guthrie Glee 6 N/A Played Roderick Meeks[65]
Recurring role; 12 episodes. Lioz Shem Tov Israel's Got Talent 1 Semi-Finalist Jeffrey Li Little Big Shots 1 N/A Rob Lake Masters of Illusion 3 N/A Shin Lim Penn & Teller: Fool Us 2 Fooler 4 Jimmy Ichihana Non-Fooler Flau'jae The Rap Game 3 Final Four Troy James Showtime At The Apollo 1 N/A Glennis Grace Eurovision Song Contest 50 (2005) Semi-Finalist Dutch contestant with "My Impossible Dream" Soundmixshow 10 (1994) Winner Sang "One Moment in Time" by Whitney Houston Courtney Hadwin The Voice Kids (UK) 1 Finalist One-chair turn from Danny Jones.[66] Angel Garcia La Voz Kids (US) 2 Eliminated in the Battles Auditioned as "Angelito Garcia". One-chair turn from Prince Royce. Amanda Mena Winner Three-chair turner and joined Team Royce.[67] References
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External links
  • Official website
  • IMDB America's Got Talent website
Preceded by
Season 12 (2017) America's Got Talent
Season 13 (2018) Succeeded by
Season 14 (2019)
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America's Got TalentSeasons
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
Winners
  • Bianca Ryan
  • Terry Fator
  • Neal E. Boyd
  • Kevin Skinner
  • Michael Grimm
  • Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.
  • Olate Dogs
  • Kenichi Ebina
  • Mat Franco
  • Paul Zerdin
  • Grace VanderWaal
  • Darci Lynne Farmer
  • Shin Lim
Runners-up
  • The Millers
  • Cas Haley
  • Eli Mattson
  • Bárbara Padilla
  • Jackie Evancho
  • Silhouettes
  • Tom Cotter
  • Taylor Williamson
  • Emily West
  • Drew Lynch
  • The Clairvoyants
  • Angelica Hale
  • Zurcaroh
Third place
  • Butterscotch
  • Nuttin' But Stringz
  • Recycled Percussion
  • Team iLuminate
  • Oz Pearlman
  • Jon Dorenbos
  • Light Balance
  • Brian King Joseph
Other
notable
contestantsSeason 1
  • Taylor Ware
  • Alexis Jordan
  • Celtic Spring
  • The Passing Zone
  • Rappin' Granny
  • Leonid the Magnificent
  • Jessica Sanchez
  • Kevin Johnson
Season 2
  • Jabbawockeez
  • Julienne Irwin
  • Kevin James
Season 3
  • Kaitlyn Maher
  • ZOOperstars!
  • Derrick Barry
Season 4
  • Grandma Lee
  • The Texas Tenors
  • Thia Megia
Season 5
  • ArcAttack
  • Haspop
  • Alice Tan Ridley
  • Prince Poppycock
  • Connor Doran
  • The Strange Familiar
  • Lindsey Stirling
Season 6
  • Geechy Guy
  • Anna Graceman
  • POPLYFE
  • Professor Splash
  • Melissa Villaseñor
Season 7
  • David Garibaldi and His CMYK's
  • Rudy Coby
  • Trish Paytas
Season 8
  • Cami Bradley
  • Marty Brown
  • Brad Byers
  • Forte
  • Branden James
  • Jim Meskimen
  • John Wing Jr.
  • Alexandr Magala
Season 9
  • Dan Naturman
  • Wendy Liebman
  • Quintavious Johnson
  • The Willis Clan
  • Mike Super
Season 10
  • Stevie Starr
  • Piff the Magic Dragon
  • Myq Kaplan
  • Freelusion Dance Company
  • Metal Mulisha Fitz Army
  • Kacey Jones
  • Kayvon Zand
Season 11
  • Ryan Stock & AmberLynn
  • Tape Face
  • Brian Justin Crum
  • Cory Kahaney
  • The Passing Zone
  • Laura Bretan
  • Zach Sherwin
  • D.J. Demers
  • Sos and Victoria
Season 12
  • Bello Nock
  • Colin Cloud
  • Diavolo
  • Mandy Harvey
  • Preacher Lawson
  • Puddles Pity Party
  • The Singing Trump
  • Evie Clair
  • Mike Yung
Season 13
  • Vicki Barbolak
  • Angel City Chorale
  • Courtney Hadwin
  • Glennis Grace
  • Rob Lake
  • The Sacred Riana
  • Us the Duo
Related
  • America's Got Talent: The Champions


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