9 Contestants Eliminated from America’s Got Talent Live Show – Details on the Remaining Performers

With over 40 acts still in the running for a spot in the September finale of “America’s Got Talent,” the first live show saw nine acts eliminated based on fan votes. Among those capturing America’s affection were Lavender Darcangelo and Adrian Stoica & Hurricane.

In the coming month, the remaining contestants will be divided into groups of 11, all vying for the distinction of being one of the two live show victors.

Eliminated on the latest Wednesday night’s show were Mitch Rossell, Brynn Cummings, Oleksandr Leshchenko & Magic Innovation, Lambros Garcia, Maureen Langan, Sainted, True Villains, John Wines, and Ray Wold.

The following week’s performances will feature Murmuration, Steel Panther, Ryland, Sharpe Family Singers, Ahren Belisle, Dani Kerr, Andrew Stanton, Erica Coffelt, Alfie Andrew, Three G, and Chioma & the Atlanta Drum Academy.

The live shows premiered on August 22 and will continue airing every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Fans are granted the power to cast their votes for two winners who will advance to the finale. The announcement of these winners takes place on Wednesday nights, starting at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT.

Here’s a glimpse of what we know about the remaining 46 acts striving for a place in the finale and the coveted opportunity to secure the $1.5 million prize:

  • Act: Wrestling Clark achieved the title of Guinness World Record holder in 2021 for the swiftest 20-meter walk on two hands. Beyond the gym, he indulges in activities like boxing, skateboarding, and drumming.
  • Act: Dancing and Acrobatics This Indian dance ensemble has previously competed on another version of AGT, including India’s Got Talent. Among the 17 members, two are women.
  • Act: Magician Watson’s act is described as “modern tech-infused magic,” as he incorporates robots over traditional rabbits. He’s been featured on shows like Pop TV’s “Don’t Blink,” Penn & Teller’s “Fool Us,” and “Masters of Illusion” on the CW. Watson also worked as a creative consultant on Netflix’s “Magic for Humans.”
  • Act: Singing A Nashville-based country duo, Trailer Flowers, has been harmonizing at private parties, house shows, listening rooms, and breweries since 2020.
  • Act: Acrobat Ukrainian trio Three G, comprised of Sofiia Tkachuk, Olena Vykhovanets, and Dana Karpovych, honed their acrobatic talents during their upbringing. They united to fulfill their lifelong circus aspirations.
  • Act: Singer Rios, an Ohio-based Pizza Hut manager, aspires to swap her job for a singing career. She recorded her rendition of Luke Bryan’s “Something In The Orange.”
  • Act: Heavy Metal Musicians Steel Panther, a heavy metal band originating from the Sunset Strip scene in the 2000s, consists of Ralph Saenz, Darren Leader, Travis Haley, and Russ Parrish. Initially known as Metal Shop, the band has a lively history.
  • Act: Musical Performance The Sharpe Family Singers, composed of parents Ron and Barbara Sharpe, two grown children, twins, and three adopted family members, deliver captivating Broadway musical numbers from a range of iconic shows and movies. Their repertoire spans Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, The Greatest Showman, and more.

With the stakes high and the talents diverse, the journey towards the finale promises riveting performances.

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