America’s Got Talent Season 16 Semifinals Week 2 is just around the corner. With the premiere of the first of the two semifinal performance shows, the final phase of America’s Got TalentSeason 16 continued its journey towards the Grand Finale.
In America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 16, five of the eleven semifinalists advanced to the final round, based on America’s votes. What came as a huge shock was that two out of the bottom three had won golden buzzers previously in their performance rounds.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Semifinals Week 2 Release Date and Where Can You Watch it?
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17 will be premiered on September 7, 2021, on NBC at 8 PM EasternTime (ET). The episode will be of about two hours duration. America’s Got Talent Season 16 was premiered on June 1, 2021.
Along with NBC, America’s Got Talent Season 16 Semifinals Week 2 is also available on NBC’s official website or the NBC app. Other viewing options are YouTube TV, Apple TV, Sling TV, DirecTV, and Fubo TV.
Subscribers of Hulu can watch America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17 on it or Hulu+ Live TV. Viewers can also watch America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17 on Peacock TV, a day after it airs on NBC.
What To Expect From America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17?
In America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17, viewers will get to watch the second batch of eleven semifinalists vying for the Top 5 spots.
The eleven semifinalists include 1aChord, Josh Blue, Kabir Singh, Brooke Simpson, Northwell Nurse Choire, ChapKidz, Lea Kyle, Peter Antoniou, Rialcris UniCircle Flow, and Victory Brinker.
All of them will compete on the show, having the ultimate goal of winning this prestigious reality show and walking away with the $1 million award money.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 17 will be judged by the panel of judges, Howie Mandell, Heidi Klum, Simon Cowell, and Sofia Vergara, and hosted by Terry Crews.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 16 Recap.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 16 began with a recap of the performance episodes, including the unseen footage of a conversation between the judges. The host, Terry, then announced that the bottom three contestants were Jimmie Herrod, Michael Winslow, and the World Taekwondo Demonstration, Team.
Out of these, Jimmy Herrod had been judging Sofia’s pick for the golden buzzer, while the World Taekwondo Demonstration Team was Terry Crews’ choice for the same.
Terry revealed that of these three, only two would remain at the Top 5 and can advance to the final round, one of them as the Instant Save and the other one as Judges’ Save.
Before more results could be announced, Ben Platt performed on stage the inspirational song, “You will be found,” from his upcoming movie, “Dear Evan Hansen.”
The next three contestants to be brought on stage to hear the results were Beyond Belief Dance Company, Gina Brillon, and Tory Vagasy. Terry announced that of the three, only Gina Brillon, a comedian, has made it to the finals.
Later on, the ten-year-old magician, Shoji, made an entry on the stage, who had been very popular among the audience during his audition on America’s Got Talent. It happened to be his birthday as well. So, as a special treat to him, champion Shin Lim was brought in to meet him.
Before the next set of results, there was a hilarious performance by the comedian Preacher Lawson. The audience and the judges just loved his performance and were impressed by his growth from a former finalist of the show in season 12 to being the host of a live show.
Next on the show, Aidan Bryant, Madilyn Bailey, and Korean Soul were brought forward by Terry. Of the three, the one to advance to the finals is Aidan Bryant, a teen aerialist.
Next to hear their fates were PeterRosalita and Dustin Travella. Between the two, Dustin Travella was saved from elimination and moved to the finals because of his unique storytelling skills.
The fourth contestant to make it to the finals was Jimmie Herrod, whose entry to the finals was determined by the Instant Save vote.
Now, World Taekwondo Demonstration Team and Michael Winslow’s fates were in the hands of the judges. The Judges’ Save vote went to the World Taekwondo Demonstration Team, who won the fifth spot in the Grand Finale.