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Sainted From AGT Had a Magical Music Moment at the Super Bowl You May Have Missed

The choir was an amazing addition to Andra Day's performance. 

By Jackie Manno

America's Got Talent: Fantasy League finalists, Sainted choir, helped bring America together during a special moment at the 2024 Super Bowl.

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On February 11, Sainted accompanied R&B singer Andra Day while she sang a rendition of the gospel song ''Lift Every Voice,'' and they enhanced the performance in every way possible.

''Still riding high from our unforgettable Super Bowl performance with @andradaymusic singing 'Lift Every Voice'! 🎤🏈 Major love and gratitude to the man and legend behind it all, @AdamBlackstone, for making this dream a reality. 🙌🏽major love to @saintedtrapchoir @agt ✨ #SuperBowlMagic #LiftEveryVoice #gratefulheart,'' Sainted's director, Dennis Reed Jr, expressed in gratitude in the caption of his Instagram post. 

See the performance further down this article! 

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Sainted pose on the red carpet of America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League

Sainted choir on America's Got Talent: Fantasy League

Under Simon Cowell's Dream Team, Sainted earned the Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent: Fantasy League with a jaw-dropping version of ''Purple Rain'' by Prince

“We always ask people on this show to step it up and you just stepped it up beyond,” said Judge Howie Mandel.

“You said it was going to be good, and it wasn’t. It was incredible,'' Cowell assuredly said. 

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For their next performance at the Finale, Sainted elected to do a rendition of another '80s classic hit. This time, it was ''Like a Prayer'' by Madonna

“Our mentor, Simon, has had a great hand in our song selection this time,” Sainted co-founder Fannie Mae told NBC Insider of why they made their selection. “Coming out of the last round … he felt like America didn’t get to know us.”

"I actually feel I’m literally in heaven,” Cowell gushed during feedback. “Seriously, I have seen how hard this group has worked from day one.… I love everything about you.”

“You can sing anything and everything,” Mel B said in awe. “I'm not gonna swear … I felt it in my belly, in my soul.”

“Every time you've been on this stage, you’ve delivered an unforgettable performance,” Heidi Klum chimed in. 

Meanwhile, Mandel was equally as impressed. “You take us to church,” he told the group. “I feel like we're in church. This experience is spiritual and uplifting … You used the perfect word, Simon. This was heavenly.”

Ultimately, Sainted finished in fourth place for the first season of Fantasy League, with The Ramadhani Brothers taking home the winning title under Howie Mandel's Dream Team.