The WINNER of ‘AGT: All-Stars’ Is…

AGT: All-Stars Finale (All the acts)
One of these performers became the first champion of ‘AGT: All-Stars.’ (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

By: Jacob Elyachar,

Tonight, America’s Got Talent: All-Stars (AGT: All-Stars) crowned its first winner! Whoever won will have beat out iconic Got Talent legends such as Cristina Rae, Emil & Dariel, Jeanick Fournier, Jimmie Herrod, NDLOVU Youth Choir, and Terry Fator.  

Who won? Read on to find out!

Once Terry Crews and the AGT: All-Stars judges made their entrances, we went down memory lane to revisit all the Universal Studios Hollywood soundstage performances. Simon stated that any one of the finalists could win this show. 

But before Terry could announce the AGT: All-Stars results, the acts had the chance to perform with several world-class superstars. Aidan Bryant and the Bello Sisters performed “Chandelier” alongside the iconic Adam Lambert. Aidan Bryant stole the show and was the only act capable of handling Adam’s high-powered vocals, and the Bello Sisters got lost in the shuffle. 

Tom Ball partnered with the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir to tackle Queen’s “Who Wants to Live Forever.” In all honesty, Tom should have sung this tune with Adam Lambert. Like Tom, Adam was discovered by Simon another lifetime ago, and it would have been brilliant to see their voices blend. This tune also made me miss AGT: Season Nine runner-up Emily West, who delivered a masterclass vocal of this song on the Radio City Music Hall stage. 

Kodi Lee teamed up with Light Balance Kids with a fantastic mash-up of “Wake Me Up.” It was a brilliant collaboration, and I loved that Kodi Lee joined the fun at the end.

As Mike E. Winfield revealed his backup plan – taking Terry Crews’ place as host of America’s Got Talent and showcasing his hosting skills, Romania’s Got Talent winner Ana-Maria Mărgean got to perform with her idol: AGT icon Terry Fator. The duo sang Elvis’ “A Little Less Conversation,” which made me smile. 

Avery Dixon teamed up with the legendary Babyface for an epic rendition of “Every Little Step.” The duo gave me the final chills of the season. I hope both of them record a collaboration in the future! Meanwhile, AGT legend and violinist Lindsey Stirling collaborated with Power Duo on an electrifying routine. 

Unfortunately, while I enjoyed Deezer and Mat Franco, I was not a massive fan of their collaborators – Detroit Youth Choir and Aidan McCann, and I would have buzzed both performances. Before they got the results, all the finalists rewatched their first auditions.

The AGT: All-Stars Top Five were Aidan Bryant, Aidan McCann, Avery Dixon, Light Balance Kids, & Ana-Maria Mărgean! In all honesty, Kodi Lee or Tom Ball should have had Aidan McCann’s spot. He did not belong in the finale and his magic is weaker if you compare him to Dustin Tavella and Piff the Magic Dragon!

Here are the results:

Fifth Place – Aidan McCann

Fourth Place – Ana-Maria Mărgean

Third Place – Light Balance Kids

That left saxophonist Avery Dixon and aerialist Aidan Bryant left standing. The winner of AGT: All-Stars was…AIDAN BRYANT!


Sofia Vergara will rejoin Howie, Heidi, Simon, and Terry Crews this summer as America’s Got Talent returns for its eighteenth season!

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