As early as now, followers of America’s Got Talent 2016 have already come out with their predictions as to who will be season 11’s grand winner.
The show’s fans, however, will have to hold on for a while with their respective bets, as the AGT has gone into a temporary hiatus to give way to the Rio Olympics. The highly-popular talent contest will resume its regular airing on Aug. 23.
With the quarter finals now over, contestants have now moved on to the semi-finals, according to Heavy. The show’s Aug 23 episode will be the last day of the quarter finals, whose results will be aired the following day.
Among the America’s Got Talent 2016 contestants who have qualified to perform in the forthcoming episode include ballroom dance duo Alla and Daniel Novikov, magician Blake Vogt, singer Brian Justin Crum, the Edgar family band, singer Grace VanderWaal, comedienne Julia Scotti and magician Kadan Bart Rockett.
Also joining the episode are singing group are Linkin’ Bridge, malambo group Malevo, juggling duo The Passing Zone, singer Ronee Martin, and acrobat Vello Vaher.
“Our last 12 acts are going all out for a spot in the semifinals. It’s going to be a thriller,” AGT host Nick Cannon declared, as he referred to the upcoming third live show on Aug. 23, disclosed the International Business Times.
In the meantime, online auditions for America’s Got Talent season 12 has started wherein contestants can submit their audition videos or record it directly on AGT’s official website.
“We enjoy all talent, whether you are an amazing singer, or can do something really weird with your body,” the announcement on the AGT website read. “We want to be shocked and amazed by what you can do in 90 seconds!”
Contestants can also audition in person or at open call events that have been scheduled in Chicago, Illinois on Nov. 12 and in Las Vegas, Nevada on Jan. 19. Succeeding audition dates and venues will be announced on the show and on its website.