Last night was the grand finale, winner announcement for this season’s “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” show. The winners would be based on the results from a network of “Superfans” and the finalists are listed below. To start things off properly the legendary KISS kicked off the show with a rousing rendition of their most classic number “Rock and Roll All Nite”. The band would then announce the show host Terry Crews who in turn announced the series judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell. Enjoy this clip below.
About The Episode: The finalists were V.Unbeatable (Dance Group), Boogie Storm (Dance Group), The Silhouettes (Shadow Dance Group), Angelina Jordan (Singer), Hans (Singer/Dancer/Musician), Duo Transcend (Trapeze/Rollerskating Duo), Marcelito Pomoy (Singer), Alexa Lauenburger (Dog Act), Tyler Butler-Figueroa (Violinist) and Sandou Trio Russian Bar (Russian Bar) and all would perform on the show one more time with some being accompanied by other talented individuals. V.Unbeatable performed while Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker jammed out behind them and when The Silhouettes did their thing they had the music of Lindsey Stirling to accompany them.
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Since I watched the show I already know who ended up winning and say congratulations to the super talented “insert name here” for the hard work and spectacular talent that was presented. I left that reveal out since some of you might be watching later on with the DVR or On Demand based on work or having other things to do when it aired. Overall I was happy with the choice. I was also quite happy with the idea of KISS launching the viewership into the show and as reported here on the PiercingMetal website quite a few times over the last few months, KISS has been very, very, very busy of late. It was not too long ago that they announced the ending of “The End Of The Road World Tour” (HERE), shared news about their performance with Great White Sharks (HERE), had a smashing appearance with the also legendary Yoshiki (HERE) and revealed the 10th Annual “KISS Kruise” (HERE). Whew. I hope to catch the legendary group at least once more before this “End Of The Road” really does end and wonder what you readers think as well. You can chime in down below in the comments section and also hit over to our Official Instagram which is the group photo above that was shot at Brooklyn’s own Barclays Center. See you next time around.