'America's Got Talent': BTS lights up results show with 'Dynamite'; top 10 finalists set - USA TODAY
Sep 17, 2020 1 min, 24 secs

One of the biggest acts in the world performed on "America's Got Talent": BTS.

Wednesday's results show revealed the last acts moving on to the finale after "voting was the closest it was all season," host Terry Crews said at the top of the show. .

But before we get to the results, let's talk about one of the biggest acts in the world: BTS. The K-pop group brought the heat to Universal Studios Hollywood's famed back lot with their No.

Sofía Vergara said, "It’s going to be hard to say goodbye to some of these amazing, amazing performers."!

The three acts that received the most votes automatically advanced.

Singer Cristina Rae, Heidi Klum's Golden Buzzer winner, was the first to move on.

Acrobatic trio Bello Sisters, who joined via satellite from Germany due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, advanced next

The sisters said moving on to the finale is "beyond anything we’ve ever dreamed."

"I was sitting here hoping that it was going to be you," Klum said

… I am going to have to pick one or else I am going to get fired," Vergara said before picking Bad Salsa to stay

The five acts with the fewest votes – singer Celina Graves, sword swallower Brett Loudermilk, daredevil Jonathan Goodwin; dance group W.A.F.F.L.E

Crew (Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer winner) and Voices of our City Choir (Crew's Golden Buzzer winner)  – were eliminated

And the competition is loaded with talent. The finalists include three golden buzzer winners – spoken-word poet Brandon Leake (Mandel) and singers Roberta Battaglia (Vergara) and Rae (Klum) – along with aerialist Alan Silva, Bello Sisters and Bad Salsa, and singers Archie Williams, Tuleshova, Dodds and duo Broken Roots


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