America's Got Talent (season 14)

The fourteenth season of America's Got Talent, an American talent show competition, was broadcast in the United States during 2019, from May 28 to September 18 on NBC.[1] Following the previous season, Tyra Banks, Mel B and Heidi Klum left the program to focus on other projects, leading to them being replaced by Terry Crews as the new host, having hosted America's Got Talent: The Champions earlier that year, and Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough as new judges.[2][3] The guest judges for Judge Cuts this season included Brad Paisley, Dwyane Wade, Ellie Kemper, and Jay Leno,[4] with the semi-finals also involving two additional guest judges, a first in the program's history: Sean Hayes and Queen Latifah.[5]

America's Got Talent
Season 14
America's Got Talent season 14 promo poster.jpg
Promotional poster for season 14, featuring (L to R) judges Mandel, Union, Cowell, Hough, and host Crews
Hosted byTerry Crews
Judges
WinnerKodi Lee
Runner-ups
  • Detroit Youth Choir
  • Ryan Niemiller
No. of episodes23
Release
Original networkNBC
Original releaseMay 28 (2019-05-28) –
September 18, 2019 (2019-09-18)
Additional information
WebsiteOfficial website
Season chronology
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Season 15

The fourteenth season was won by singer and pianist Kodi Lee, with choir Detroit Youth Choir finishing second, and stand-up comedian Ryan Niemiller placing third.[6] During its broadcast, the season averaged around 9.12 million viewers.

Season overviewEdit

The departures of Banks, Mel B and Klum from the program, led to Terry Crews, Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough replacing each respectively for the 14th season

Open auditions were held in late 2018, within New York City, Detroit, Knoxville, Tampa, Charlotte, San Antonio, and Los Angeles. As with the previous year, the judges' auditions were held in March 2019, at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles. The Judge Cuts stage of the competition saw the involvement of singer Brad Paisley, former basketball player Dwyane Wade, actress Ellie Kemper, and television personality and host Jay Leno.[4] Following the previous season, Tyra Banks decided to leave the program to focus on other television projects, announcing her decision in late December 2018.[7][8] Because of her departure, production staff needed to find another host for America's Got Talent and opted on giving a contract to Terry Crews, who proved popular with viewers when watching him on the first season of spin-off series America's Got Talent: The Champions as its host, unveiling him as Banks' replacement prior to the new season beginning in April 2019.[2][3] Alongside Banks' departure, the producers also had to replace two of the judges for the new season, due to conflicting obligations in 2019 - Mel B could not return as she was needed to headline the Spice Girls reunion tour that year, while Heidi Klum had signed on to producing a new fashion competition series for Amazon and thus could not remain committed to the program. The departure of both women led to actress Gabrielle Union and dancer Julianne Hough being offered the role of judges, with the announcement of them being their predecessors' replacements made at the same time as Crews in April 2019.[2][3]

The new season saw a minor change to the format of the program, in that the semi-finals would feature guest judges - their inclusion would only be for feedback on the performances of the semi-finalists that reached that stage, but neither would have a say in stopping a performance with a buzzer or having any involvement with the judges' vote. The judges recruited for this format's use in this season were Sean Hayes and Queen Latifah.[5] Other than this amendment to the format, the program saw no other changes, though during the first quarter-final's results, an undisclosed issue forced the judges' vote to be suspended - while the top six quarter-finalists voted for by the public were advanced, those placed 7th, 8th and 9th respectively faced only the online vote as a result.

Of the participants who auditioned for this season, 36 secured a place in the live quarter-finals, with twelve quarter-finalists in each one - amongst these included: singer and pianist Kodi Lee,[9] singer and rapper Joseph Allen,[10] violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa,[11] the Detroit Youth Choir,[12] and singer Luke Islam,[13] who had each received a golden buzzer from the main judges; singer and guitarist Sophie Pecora, acrobatic dance group V.Unbeatable, light-up dance group Light Balance Kids, and opera singer Emanne Beasha,[14] who had each received a golden buzzer from the guest judges; and singer Ansley Burns, mentalists The Sentimentalists, and aerialist Matthew Richardson, who were chosen as WildCard quarter-finalists. Around 22 quarter-finalists advanced to and were split between the two semi-finals - including dog tricks act Lukas & Falco, chosen as the WildCard semi-finalist - with 10 semi-finalists securing a place in the finals. The following below lists the results of each participant's overall performance in this season:

  Winner |   Runner-up |   Third place |   Finalist |   Semi-finalist
  Quarter-finalist |   Wildcard Quarter-finalist |   Wildcard Semi-finalist
  Golden Buzzer - Auditions |   Golden Buzzer - Judge Cuts
Participant Age(s) 1 Genre Act From Quarter-Final Result
Alex Dowis 40 Variety Black-light Painter Prague, Czech Republic 1 Semi-finalist
Ansley Burns   12 Singing Singer Easley, South Carolina 1 Semi-finalist
Benicio Bryant 15 Singing Singer Maple Valley, Washington 3 Finalist
Berywam 25-30 Music Beat-boxing Group Toulouse, France 3 Eliminated
Bir Khalsa 30-39 Danger Danger Group Tarn Taran, India 1 Eliminated
Carmen Carter 55 Singing Singer Los Angeles 1 Eliminated
Charlotte Summers 13 Singing Singer Marbella, Spain 2 Eliminated
Chris Kläfford 30 Singing / Music Singer & Guitarist Lindesberg, Sweden 2 Semi-finalist
Detroit Youth Choir   8-18 Singing Choir Detroit, Michigan 3 Runner-Up
Dom Chambers 26 Magic Magician Melbourne, Australia 3 Semi-finalist
Emanne Beasha   10 Singing Opera Singer North Port, Florida 3 Finalist
Emerald Belles 15-18 Dance Drill Dance Team Southlake, Texas 1 Eliminated
Eric Chien 26 Magic Magician Houston 3 Semi-finalist
GFORCE 10-13 Singing Vocal Group Toronto, Canada 1 Eliminated
Gonzo 33 Music Tambourinist Tokyo, Japan 3 Eliminated
Greg Morton 60 Comedy Impressionist Toronto, Canada 1 Semi-finalist
Jackie Fabulous 48 Comedy Stand-up Comedian New York City 3 Semi-finalist
Joseph Allen   21 Singing Singer & Rapper Killeen, Texas 2 Eliminated
Kodi Lee   23 Singing / Music Singer & Pianist Lake Elsinore, California 1 Winner
Light Balance Kids   11-13 Dance Light-Up Dance Group Kyiv, Ukraine 2 Finalist
Lukas & Falco   22, 9 2 Animals Dog Act Vienna, Austria 3 Semi-finalist
Luke Islam   12 Singing Singer Garden City, New York 1 Semi-finalist
MacKenzie 31 Singing Singer Hume, Virginia 3 Eliminated
Marcin Patrzalek 18 Music Guitarist Kielce, Poland 3 Semi-finalist
Marina Mazepa 22 Dance / Variety Contortionist Dancer Konotop, Ukraine 2 Eliminated
Matthew Richardson   33 Acrobatics Aerialist Savannah, Georgia 3 Eliminated
Messoudi Brothers 25-30 Acrobatics Acrobatic Trio Einbeck, Germany 1 Semi-finalist
Ndlovu Youth Choir 13-27 Singing Choir Elandsdoorn, Limpopo, South Africa 2 Finalist
Nick & Lindsay 38, 33 Singing / Danger Opera Singer & Danger Act New Orleans 2 Eliminated
Robert Finley 65 Singing Singer Winnsboro, Louisiana 2 Semi-finalist
Ryan Niemiller 36 Comedy Stand-up Comedian Indianapolis 2 Third Place
Sophie Pecora   15 Singing / Music Singer and Guitarist Danville, California 1 Eliminated
The Sentimentalists   25, 44 Magic Mentalists Toronto, Canada 2 Eliminated
Tyler Butler-Figueroa   11 Music Violinist Raleigh, North Carolina 2 Finalist
V.Unbeatable   12-27 Acrobatics / Dance Acrobatic Dance Group Mumbai, India 2 Grand-finalist
Voices of Service 45-54 Singing Vocal Group Virginia 1 Grand-finalist
  • ^1 Ages denoted for a participant(s), pertain to their final performance for this season.
  • ^2 The latter value denotes the age of the dog, as disclosed by its owner.

Quarter-finals summaryEdit

  Buzzed Out |   Judges' choice |   Advanced to Semi-finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Quarter-final 1 (August 13)Edit

Guest Performers, Results Show: Shin Lim, Bianca Ryan, Brian King Joseph, and Sofie Dossi

Quarter-Finalist Order Buzzes 3 Result (August 14) 3
Cowell Hough Union Mandel
GFORCE 1 Eliminated
Greg Morton 2 Advanced
Carmen Carter 3 Eliminated
Emerald Belles 4 Eliminated (Online Public Vote)
Sophie Pecora 5 Eliminated (Online Public Vote)
Messoudi Brothers 6 Advanced
Voices of Service 7 Advanced
Ansley Burns 8 Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Alex Dowis 9 Advanced
Luke Islam 10 Advanced
Bir Khalsa 11 Eliminated
Kodi Lee 12 Advanced
  • ^3 Due to an undisclosed technical issue, the judges' vote was not held for this quarter-final; the results pertain to the standard public vote for the top 6 quarter-finalist, and the online vote for the 7th favored by the public.

Quarter-final 2 (August 20)Edit

Guest Performer, Results Show: Susan Boyle

Quarter-Finalist Order Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 21)
Cowell Hough Union Mandel
Charlotte Summers 1     Eliminated (Judges' Vote Tied - Lost by Public Vote)
Nick & Lindsay 2     Eliminated
Chris Kläfford 3 Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Marina Mazepa 4   Eliminated
Robert Finley 5 Advanced
The Sentimentalists 6 Eliminated
Ryan Niemiller 7 Advanced
V.Unbeatable 8 Advanced
Joseph Allen 9 Eliminated
Light Balance Kids 10 Advanced
Tyler Butler-Figueroa 11 Advanced
Ndlovu Youth Choir 12     Advanced (Judges' Vote Tied - Won by Public Vote)

Quarter-final 3 (August 27)Edit

Guest Performers, Results Show: Celestia, and Deadly Games

Quarter-Finalist Order Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 28)
Cowell Hough Union Mandel
Detroit Youth Choir 1 Advanced
Lukas & Falco 2 4 Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Dom Chambers 3 Advanced
Benicio Bryant 4 Advanced
Gonzo 5   Eliminated
Marcin Patrzalek 6   4     Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Eric Chien 7 Advanced
Berywam 8 Eliminated
Matthew Richardson 9   Eliminated
MacKenzie 10 Eliminated
Jackie Fabulous 11 Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Emanne Beasha 12 Advanced
  • ^4 Due to the majority vote for Marcin Patrzalek, Hough's voting intention was not revealed.

Semi-finals summaryEdit

  Buzzed Out |   Judges' choice |   Advanced to Finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Semi-final 1 (September 3)Edit

Guest Performers, Results Show: Darci Lynne, and Preacher Lawson

Semi-Finalist Order Buzzes and Judges' votes 5 Result (September 4)
Cowell Hough Union Mandel
Ndlovu Youth Choir 1       Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Ansley Burns 2 Eliminated
Messoudi Brothers 3 Eliminated
Tyler Butler-Figueroa 4 Advanced
Greg Morton 5 Eliminated
Kodi Lee 6 Advanced
Jackie Fabulous 7 Eliminated
Robert Finley 8   Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Eric Chien 9 Eliminated
Light Balance Kids 10 Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Benicio Bryant 11 Advanced
  • ^5 Sean Hayes was included with the judging panel for this semi-final, but could only provide feedback; they did not have anything to do with the judges' vote or buzzing semi-finalists.

Semi-final 2 (September 10)Edit

Guest Performers, Results Show: Tokio Myers & Stewart Copeland, and Piff the Magic Dragon

Semi-Finalist Order Buzzes and Judges' votes 6 Result (September 11)
Cowell Hough Union Mandel
V.Unbeatable 1 Advanced
Dom Chambers 2 Eliminated
Luke Islam 3 Eliminated
Lukas & Falco 4   Eliminated
Chris Kläfford 5 Eliminated
Detroit Youth Choir 6 Advanced
Alex Dowis 7   Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Marcin Patrzalek 8 Eliminated
Emanne Beasha 9       Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Ryan Niemiller 10 Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Voices of Service 11 Advanced
  • ^6 Queen Latifah was included with the judging panel for this semi-final, but could only provide feedback; they did not have anything to do with the judges' vote or buzzing semi-finalists.

Finals (September 17–18)Edit

Guest Performers, Finale: Cher, and Lilly Singh[15][16]

  Winner |   Runner-up |   3rd place |   Top 5
Finalist Performed with
(2nd Performance)[15][16]
Result (September 18)[6]
V.Unbeatable Julianne Hough Grand-finalist
Detroit Youth Choir Kygo & Macklemore 7 2nd
Emanne Beasha Lang Lang Finalist
Ryan Niemiller Chris Jericho 8 3rd
Voices of Service Billy Ray Cyrus Grand-finalist
Light Balance Kids Paula Abdul Finalist
Benicio Bryant Ozuna Finalist
Tyler Butler-Figueroa Brian King Joseph Finalist
Kodi Lee Leona Lewis 1st
Ndlovu Youth Choir Kygo & Macklemore 7 Finalist
  • ^7 Ndlovu Youth Choir & Detroit Youth Choir conducted two joint routines for their second performance, and thus shared the same guest performer for each.
  • ^8 Ryan Niemiller's second performance with Chris Jericho was pre-recorded before the finale.

RatingsEdit

Viewership and ratings per episode of America's Got Talent
No. Title Air date Timeslot (ET) Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Auditions 1" May 28, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.7/8 9.75[17] 0.8 3.08 2.5 12.83[18]
2 "Auditions 2" June 4, 2019 1.6/9 9.81[19] 0.7 2.89 2.4 12.71[20]
3 "Auditions 3" June 11, 2019 1.5/8 9.45[21] 0.7 2.79 2.2 12.24[22]
4 "Auditions 4" June 18, 2019 1.6/8 10.00[23] 0.7 2.65 2.2 12.64[24]
5 "Auditions 5" June 25, 2019 1.6/8 10.13[25] 0.6 2.58 2.3 12.71[26]
6 "Best of Auditions" July 2, 2019 1.0/6 6.82[27] TBD TBD TBD TBD
7 "Auditions 6" July 9, 2019 1.5/8 9.81[28] TBD TBD TBD TBD
8 "Judge Cuts 1" July 16, 2019 1.5/9 9.53[29] TBD TBD TBD TBD
9 "Judge Cuts 2" July 23, 2019 1.7/9 10.12[30] TBD TBD TBD TBD
10 "Judge Cuts 3" July 30, 2019 1.2/6 7.48[31] TBD TBD TBD TBD
11 "Judge Cuts 4" August 6, 2019 1.5/8 9.65[32] TBD TBD TBD TBD
12 "Quarter Finals 1" August 13, 2019 1.4/7 9.10[33] TBD TBD TBD TBD
13 "Live Results 1" August 14, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/7 7.89[34] TBD TBD TBD TBD
14 "Quarter Finals 2" August 20, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.6/9 9.42[35] TBD TBD TBD TBD
15 "Live Results 2" August 21, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/6 8.11[36] TBD TBD TBD TBD
16 "Quarter Finals 3" August 27, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.3/7 8.98[37] TBD TBD TBD TBD
17 "Live Results 3" August 28, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.1/6 8.00[38] TBD TBD TBD TBD
18 "Semifinals 1" September 3, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/7 9.11[39] TBD TBD TBD TBD
19 "Live Results 4" September 4, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/7 8.55[40] TBD TBD TBD TBD
20 "Semifinals 2" September 10, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.4/7 9.48[41] TBD TBD TBD TBD
21 "Live Results 5" September 11, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.2/6 8.57[42] TBD TBD TBD TBD
22 "Live Finals" September 17, 2019 Tuesday 8:00 p.m. 1.6/9 9.88[43] TBD TBD TBD TBD
23 "Live Results Finale" September 18, 2019 Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 1.5/8 10.21[44] TBD TBD TBD TBD

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