America's Got Talent (season 13)

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America's Got Talent
Season 13
America's Got Talent Season 13.jpg
Promotional poster for season 13, featuring (L to R) judges Mandel, Mel B, Cowell, Klum, and host Banks
Hosted byTyra Banks
Judges
WinnerShin Lim
Runner-ups
No. of episodes24
Release
Original networkNBC
Original releaseMay 29 (2018-05-29) –
September 19, 2018 (2018-09-19)
Additional information
WebsiteOfficial website
Season chronology
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The thirteenth season of America's Got Talent, an American talent show competition, began broadcasting in the United States during 2018, from May 29 to September 19 on NBC.[1] The season saw no major changes in format, nor with the host and judging panel. The guest judges for Judge Cuts this season included Ken Jeong, Olivia Munn, Martina McBride, and Chris Hardwick.[2]

The thirteenth season was won by close-up magician Shin Lim, with acrobatic group Zurcaroh finishing second, and electric violinist Brian King Joseph placing third. During its broadcast, the season averaged around 11.15 million viewers.

Season Overview[edit]

Open auditions were held in late 2017, within Orlando, Cincinnati, Savannah, Milwaukee, Houston, Las Vegas, New York City, Nashville, and Los Angeles,[3] with producers also accepting online auditions.[4] As with the previous year, the judges' auditions were held and filmed in March at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles.[5] The Judge Cuts stage of the competition saw the involvement of actor and comedian Ken Jeong, actress Olivia Munn, singer Martina McBride, and comedian Chris Hardwick.[2] There were no major changes made to the program in any aspects, but the season is notable for Simon Cowell halting the performances of two participants, both singers, during the Judge Cuts and asking them to do a different song, after he disliked their original choice.

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: acrobatic Zurcaroh, singer Michael Ketterer, singer Courtney Hadwin, singer Amanda Mena, singer Makayla Phillips,[2] who had each received a golden buzzer from the main judges; choir Voices of Hope, choir Angel City Chorale, ballroom dancers Quin and Misha, rapper Flau’jae,[2] who had each received a golden buzzer from the guest judges; and opera singer Daniel Emmet, novelty water-spitting act Human Fountains, multimedia performance group Front Pictures, who were chosen as WildCard quarter-finalists. Around 22 quarter-finalists advanced to and split between the two semi-finals - including Front Pictures, chosen again by the judges, this time as their 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 | Playing card club A.svg Wildcard Quarter-finalist | Playing card heart A.svg Wildcard Semi-finalist
Yellow ffff00 pog.svg Golden Buzzer - Auditions | Crystal Clear action bookmark.png Golden Buzzer - Judge Cuts
Participant Age(s) 1 Genre Act From Quarter-Final Result
Aaron Crow 49 Danger Danger Act Bruges, Belgium 3 Semi-finalist
Amanda Mena Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 16 Singing Singer Boston 1 Semi-finalist
Angel City Chorale Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 19-88 Singing Choir Los Angeles 1 Semi-finalist
Brian King Joseph 27 Music Electric Violinist Los Angeles 3 Third Place
Christina Wells 42 Singing Singer Houston 3 Semi-finalist
Courtney Hadwin Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 14 Singing Singer County Durham, England 1 Finalist
Da RepubliK 15-32 Dance Dance Group Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 3 Semi-finalist
Daniel Emmet Playing card club A.svg 25 Singing Opera Singer Las Vegas 3 Finalist
Duo Transcend 29, 32 Acrobatics Trapeze Duo Salt Lake City 2 Finalist
Flau'jae Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 14 Singing Rapper Savannah, Georgia 1 Eliminated
Front Pictures Playing card club A.svg Playing card heart A.svg 41, 43 Variety Multimedia Performance Group Kiev, Ukraine 2 Semi-finalist
Glennis Grace 40 Singing Singer Amsterdam, Netherlands 2 Finalist
Hans 19 Variety Singer, Accordionist & Dancer Adelaide, Australia 1 Eliminated
Human Fountains Playing card club A.svg 24 - 29 Variety Novelty Water-spitting Act Los Angeles 1 Eliminated
Joseph O'Brien 20 Singing / Music Singer & Pianist Columbia, Tennessee 3 Eliminated
Junior New System 18–25 Dance Dance Group Manila, Philippines 1 Semi-finalist
Lord Nil 38 Danger Escape Artist Italy 1 Eliminated
Makayla Phillips Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 16 Singing Singer Canyon Lake, California 2 Semi-finalist
Michael Ketterer Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 40 Singing Singer Anaheim, California 3 Grand-finalist
Mochi 29 Variety Multimedia Diabolo Act Shizuoka, Japan 1 Eliminated
Noah Guthrie 24 Singing / Music Singer & Guitarist Greer, South Carolina 2 Semi-finalist
Quin & Misha Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 70, 35 Dance Ballroom Dancers Orlando, Florida 2 Eliminated
Rob Lake 35 Magic Illusionist Norman, Oklahoma 3 Eliminated
Samuel J. Comroe 30 Comedy Stand-Up Comedian Los Angeles 2 Grand-finalist
Shin Lim 26 Magic Close-up Magician Boston 1 Winner
The Future Kingz 7–23 Dance Dance Group Chicago 3 Eliminated
The PAC Dance Team 15–18 Dance Dance Group Sahuarita, Arizona 1 Eliminated
The Sacred Riana 25 Magic Illusionist Jakarta, Indonesia 2 Eliminated
The Savitsky Cats 24, 45 Animals Cat Tricks Act Ukraine 2 Eliminated
UDI 20–37 Dance Black-light Dance Group Tomsk, Russia 3 Eliminated
Us the Duo 27, 28 Singing / Music Singing Guitarist & Percussionist Los Angeles 3 Semi-finalist
Vicki Barbolak 60 Comedy Stand-up Comedienne Oceanside, California 1 Finalist
Voices of Hope Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 5–17 Singing Choir Orange County, California 2 Semi-finalist
We Three 21–27 Singing / Music Pop Band McMinnville, Oregon 1 Semi-finalist
Yumbo Dump 31, 34 Comedy Comic Duo Okayama, Japan 2 Eliminated
Zurcaroh Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 8–39 Acrobatics Acrobatic Group Götzis, Austria 3 Runner-Up
  • ^1 Ages denoted in this column pertain to a participant(s) age in their final performance for this season.

Quarter-final Summary[edit]

Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Buzzed Out | Crystal Clear app clean.svg Judges' choice |   Advanced to Semi-finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Quarter-final 1 (August 14)[edit]

Guest Performer, Results Show: Darci Lynne

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 15)
Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel
Mochi 1 Multimedia Diabolo Act Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Eliminated (Judges' Vote Tied - Lost by Public Vote)
Human Fountains 2 Novelty Water-spitting Act Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Angel City Chorale 3 Choir Advanced (Online Public Vote)
The PAC Dance Team 4 Dance Group Eliminated
Amanda Mena 5 Singer Advanced
Junior New System 6 Dance Group Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Advanced (Judges' Vote Tied - Won by Public Vote)
We Three 7 Pop Band Advanced
Lord Nil 8 Escape Artist Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Flau'jae 9 Rapper Eliminated
Shin Lim 10 Magician Advanced
Vicki Barbolak 11 Stand-up Comedian Advanced
Courtney Hadwin 12 Singer Advanced

Quarter-final 2 (August 21)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: The Illusionists, and Light Balance

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 22)
Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel
Makayla Phillips 1 Singer Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Da RepubliK 2 Dance Group Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Noah Guthrie 3 Singer & Guitarist Advanced
Yumbo Dump 4 Comic Duo Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Samuel J. Comroe 5 Stand-up Comedian Advanced
Voices of Hope 6 Choir Advanced
The Savitsky Cats 7 Cat Tricks Act Eliminated
Glennis Grace 8 Singer Advanced
The Sacred Riana 9 Illusionist Eliminated
Quin & Misha 10 Ballroom Dancers Eliminated
Front Pictures 2 11 Multimedia Performance Act Crystal Clear app clean.png Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Duo Transcend 12 Trapeze Duo Advanced
  • ^2 Front Pictures were later appointed as the judges' WildCard semi-finalist.

Quarter-final 3 (August 28)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: Cast of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 29)
Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel
The Future Kingz 1 Dance Group Crystal Clear app clean.png Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Us the Duo 2 Singing Guitarist & Percussionist Advanced
Daniel Emmet 3 Opera Singer Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Brian King Joseph 4 Electric Violinist Advanced
Aaron Crow 5 Danger Act Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Joseph O'Brien 6 Singer & Pianist Eliminated
Hans 7 Singer, Accordionist & Dancer Eliminated
UDI Dance 8 Black-light Dance Group Eliminated
Christina Wells 9 Singer Advanced
Zurcaroh 10 Acrobatic Group Advanced
Rob Lake 11 Illusionist Eliminated
Michael Ketterer 12 Singer Advanced

Semi-final Summary[edit]

Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Buzzed Out | Crystal Clear app clean.svg Judges' choice |   Advanced to Finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Semi-final 1 (September 4)[edit]

Semi-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (September 5)
Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel
Amanda Mena 1 Singer Eliminated
Junior New System 2 Dance Group Eliminated
Us the Duo 3 Pop Band Eliminated
Voices of Hope 4 Choir Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Eliminated (Judges' Vote Tied - Lost by Public Vote)
Shin Lim 5 Close-up Magician Advanced
Makayla Phillips 6 Singer Eliminated
Front Pictures 7 Multimedia Performance Act Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Duo Transcend 8 Trapeze Duo Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Advanced (Judges' Vote Tied - Won by Public Vote)
Samuel J. Comroe 9 Stand-up Comedian Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Michael Ketterer 10 Singer Advanced
Zurcaroh 11 Acrobatic Group Advanced

Semi-final 2 (September 11)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: BTS [6] and cast of A Magical Cirque Christmas

Semi-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (September 12)
Cowell Klum Mel B Mandel
Christina Wells 1 Singer Eliminated
Da RepubliK 2 Dance Group Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Noah Guthrie 3 Singer & Guitarist Eliminated
Daniel Emmet 4 Opera Singer Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Crystal Clear app clean.png Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Angel City Chorale 5 Choir Eliminated
Aaron Crow 6 Danger Act Eliminated
Vicki Barbolak 7 Stand-up Comedian Advanced
We Three 8 Pop Band Crystal Clear app clean.png Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Glennis Grace 9 Singer Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Brian King Joseph 10 Electric Violinist Advanced
Courtney Hadwin 11 Singer Advanced

Finals (September 18-19)[edit]

Guest Performers, Finale: Kiss

  Winner |   Runner-up |   3rd place |   Top 5
Finalist Act Performed with
(2nd Performance)
Result (September 19) [7]
Brian King Joseph Electric Violinist Lindsey Stirling 3 3rd
Daniel Emmet Opera Singer Plácido Domingo Finalist
Vicki Barbolak Stand-up Comedian David Spade Finalist
Glennis Grace Singer Bebe Rexha Finalist
Zurcaroh Acrobatic Group Lindsey Stirling 2nd
Samuel J. Comroe Stand-up Comedian N/A Grand-finalist
Courtney Hadwin Singer The Struts Finalist
Shin Lim Close-up Magician Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila 1st
Duo Transcend Trapeze Duo Lindsey Stirling [1] Finalist
Michael Ketterer Singer N/A Grand-finalist
  • ^3 Brian King Joseph & Duo Transcend conducted a joint routine for their second performance, and thus shared the same guest performer.

Ratings[edit]

The following ratings are based upon those published by Nielsen Media Research after this season's broadcast:

Episode Title First air date Timeslot (EDT) Rating
(18–49)
Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
Nightly
Rank
Weekly
Rank
1 Auditions Week 1 May 29, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
2.5 11 12.16 1 [8] 3 [9]
2 Auditions Week 2 June 5, 2018 2.2 10 11.27 1 [10] 3 [11]
3 Auditions Week 3 June 12, 2018 2.3 10 11.46 1 [12] 1 [13]
4 Auditions Week 4 June 19, 2018 2.2 10 11.86 1 [14] 1 [15]
5 Auditions Week 5 June 26, 2018 2.0 9 11.32 1 [16] 1 [17]
6 Auditions Week 6 July 10, 2018 2.1 9 11.55 1 [18] 1 [19]
7 Judge Cuts 1 July 17, 2018 2.1 9 11.33 1 [20] 1 [21]
8 Judge Cuts 2 July 24, 2018 2.0 8 11.68 1 [22] 1 [23]
9 Judge Cuts 3 July 31, 2018 2.1 9 11.83 1 [24] 1 [25]
10 Judge Cuts 4 August 7, 2018 1.9 9 11.04 1 [26] 1 [27]
11 Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Performances) August 14, 2018 2.1 10 11.10 1 [28] 1 [29]
12 Quarterfinals, Week 1 (Results) August 15, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1.5 8 9.85 2 [30] 2 [29]
13 Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Performances) August 21, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
2.1 9 11.21 1 [31] 1 [32]
14 Quarterfinals, Week 2 (Results) August 22, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1.6 8 9.69 1 [33] 2 [32]
15 Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Performances) August 28, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
1.9 8 10.78 1 [34] 1 [35]
16 Quarterfinals, Week 3 (Results) August 29, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1.5 7 9.90 2 [36] 2 [35]
17 Semifinals, Week 1 (Performances) September 4, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
1.8 8 10.69 1 [37] 5 [38]
18 Semifinals, Week 1 (Results) September 5, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1.5 7 9.89 2 [39] 7 [38]
19 Semifinals, Week 2 (Performances) September 11, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
1.9 8 10.75 1 [40] 4 [41]
20 Semifinals, Week 2 (Results) September 12, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
1.6 8 10.15 1 [42] 5 [41]
21 The Finals September 18, 2018 Tuesday
8:00 p.m.
2.3 10 12.99 1 [43] 2 [44]
22 Season Finale September 19, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
2.1 10 12.88 1 [45] 3 [44]

Specials

Specials Title First air date Timeslot (EDT) Rating
(18–49)
Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
Nightly
Rank
Weekly
Rank
S1 Best of Auditions July 11, 2018 Wednesday
8:00 p.m.
0.9 5 5.98 2 [46] 4 [19]
S2 Road to Lives August 9, 2018 Thursday
8:00 p.m.
0.7 3 3.82 2 [47] 21 [27]

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