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A Complete Recap of the AGT: All-Stars Finale—With Spoilers
Throughout the night, we'll give you by-the-minute results and updates on NBC Insider.
After eight weeks and the return of 60 amazing Acts (many of whom were past winners) that represent the best the Got Talent universe has to offer, it’s finally time to crown a winner of the first-ever America’s Got Talent: All-Stars.
The finale, airing Monday, February 27 at 8/7c on NBC, will see the Top 11 Finalists all compete for the title of champion: musical prodigy Kodi Lee, singer Tom Ball, ventriloquist Ana-Maria Mārgean, magician Aidan McCan, aerialists Power Duo, comedian Mike E. Winfield, saxophonist Avery Dixon, the Detroit Youth Choir, aerialist Aidan Bryant, dancing light show Light Balance Kids, and acrobats The Bello Sisters.
Throughout the night, we’ll see special performances from each, in addition to surprise guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the industry and even more AGT alumni. This includes Terry Fator, Mat Franco, and Adam Lambert. And we can’t forget Judges Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell, and Host Terry Crews.
Beginning at 8/7c, check back on NBC Insider throughout the night for the latest AGT: All-Stars finale updates and spoilers. We’ll have all the latest information right here.
9:58 p.m. ET - And the winner is...
Aidan Bryant! After earning second place in his season of AGT, Bryant takes home the AGT: All-Stars win after a season of unbelievable performances.
“This experience is crazy, I’m so thankful,” he said. “This is crazy, y’all. Thank you so much, this means so much to me.”
Congrats to Aidan!
9:52 p.m. ET - It’s now time for Crews to announce the Top 2. But first, he revealed that Aidan McCann got fifth place, Ana-Maria Mārgean placed fourth, and third place went to Light Balance Kids. This means that Avery Dixon and Aidan Bryant are about to face-off for the season’s title.
9:42 p.m. ET - After a night full of exciting performances, Crews finally begins result announcements by revealing the Top 5: Aidan Bryant, Aidan McCann, Avery Dixon, Light Balance Kids, and Ana-Maria Mārgean. Each are one step closer to taking home the title of winner of AGT: All-Stars.
This means that The Bello Sisters, Power Duo, Mike E. Winfield, Detroit Youth Choir, Tom Ball, and Kodi Lee were sadly eliminated.
9:09 p.m. ET - Weezer performs “What Happens After You?” before being joined by Crews’ Golden Buzzer, the Detroit Youth Choir, and breaking out into their hit “Beverly Hills.”
9:00 p.m. ET - Lindsey Sterling returns for a special performance with aerialists and married couple, Power Duo.
8:52 p.m. ET - AGT Season 17 Golden Buzzer Act and AGT: All-Stars finalist, Avery Dixon, takes the stage with legendary producer Babyface for a groovy performance of Bobby Brown’s 1988 hit “Every Little Step.”
8:43 p.m. ET - Following a hilarious skit in which Mike E. Winfield attempted to turn into Crews, he helped introduce the next Act. After auditioning in the first round of AGT: All-Stars, Season 2 winner and master ventriloquist Terry Fator returned to the stage to perform with finalist Ana-Maria Mārgean. Along with their puppet friends Waldo and Maynard, they sang Elvis’ “A Little Less Conversation.”
“This young lady, at 13 years old, is one of the best ventriloquists I have ever seen in my entire life,” Fator said of Mārgean. “She’s incredible, she’s got an amazing future ahead of her.”
8:28 p.m. ET - AGT Season 14 winner and AGT: All-Stars finalist Kodi Lee starts off a rousing rendition of “Wake Me Up” by Avicii. Mid-performance, the Light Balance Kids joined with an electric routine ending with Lee joining them for a quick dance break.
8:20 p.m. ET - Tom Ball and the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir collaborate with the performance of Queen’s “Who Wants to Live Forever.”
8:17 p.m. ET - The adorable Aneeshwar Kunchala, the 7-year-old who auditioned in AGT: All-Stars' first round, returns to interview the Judges and Contestants.
8:14 p.m. ET - After introducing the Judges and recapping the journeys of every Act in the Top 11, the Bello Sisters and Aidan Bryant took on a joint performance as American Idol alum Adam Lambert sang a cover of Sia’s “Chandelier.”
Lambert said he was “having major déjà vu” after being in front of Cowell—who was famously a part of American Idol’s original judging panel—14 years later. “This time I’m gonna be nice because, Adam, you are honestly one of the nicest people in show business I’ve ever met. Such a star, and I’m so proud of everything you’ve achieved,” Cowell said.