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One of AGT's Scariest Acts In History Is Returning for AGT: All-Stars
Her memorable audition went viral in 2018.
America's Got Talent: All-Stars plans to bring together familiar Acts from around the world who have previously auditioned on America's Got Talent and Got Talent franchies to vie for the ultimate prize. And with the reveal of the 60 Acts returning to the stage in 2023, (including a few winners and favorites from Season 17) it's certainly bringing together fan favorites and viral sensations from around the world—particularly with one contestant.
"It was terrific and it was really fascinating to see people who've competed on the American show and done really well, competing with people who won the show in other countries," Judge and executive producer Simon Cowell told People. "The dynamic was fascinating ... and what really was great and cool about the show was that so many people decided to come back and compete."
Arguably the spookiest performer to ever grace the AGT stage, magician Sacred Riana, is making her return. Her scary 2018 Audition quickly went viral and has since accumulated more than 84 million views. Below is everything you need to know about Indonesian illusionist.
Who is Sacred Riana from AGT?
Sacred Riana first auditioned for AGT in Season 13 when she unraveled a mysterious murder case with the help of then-Judge Mel B. and a polaroid camera that somehow captured the likeness of a suicide victim. It remains one of the series' most memorable moments and she was advanced to the Quarterfinals, but unfortunately did not make it further in the competition.
Has Sacred Riana won AGT?
While she did not make it to the Finals on America's Got Talent, Sacred Riana (whose real name is Marie Antoinette Riana Graharani) has competed on Britain's Got Talent: The Champions and won Asia's Got Talent Season 2 in 2017. Now it's time to see what she can do once again on AGT: All-Stars.
America’s Got Talent: All-Stars premieres Monday, Jan. 2 at 8/7c NBC and next day on Peacock.