The flow sixteenth season of “America’s Got Talent” enjoyed a reprieve as of late so NBC could communicate the 2020-21 Olympics from Tokyo. Be that as it may, have no dread, your favorite television show is getting back to the schedule soon — explicitly on Tuesday, August 10. That is the date of the main live exhibition show of this “AGT” 2021 cycle, with 12 individuals from the Top 36 making that big appearance for the first time at the Dolby Theater. The first live results show airs the next night on Wednesday, August 11.
The 36 quarter-finalists, picked by the appointed authorities stealthily, will be separated into three gatherings of 12, with each gathering performing on Tuesday evenings for the following three weeks. America will decide in favor of their #1 hopefuls every week, and afterward seven demonstrations from each gathering will progress to the semi-finals. That will leave 21 demonstrations still in the opposition, with the adjudicators — Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Sofia Vergara — then, at that point picking a trump card to finish the Top 22.
One of the Top 36 artists, singer-songwriter Nightbirde (real name Jane Marczewski), recently pulled out from the competition in light of her fight with cancer. That implies the appointed authorities should supplant her with another demonstration in front of the quarterfinals. “Since my audition, my health has taken a turn for the worse and the fight with cancer is demanding all of my energy and attention,” she wrote on Instagram. “I am so sad to announce that I won’t be able to continue forward on this season of ‘AGT.’ Life doesn’t always give breaks to those that deserve it — but we knew that already.”
While NBC is keeping mum about the personalities of the three-dozen quarter-finalists, we do know five of them as they were granted with Golden Buzzers during the tryouts round. They are: chorale bunch Northwell Nurse Choir (by Howie Mandel), combative techniques bunch World Taekwondo Demonstration Team (by Terry Crews), vocalist Jimmie Herrod (by Sofia Vergara), speedy change craftsman Lea Kyle (by Heidi Klum) and artist Victory Brinker (by the whole board).
So when do the “America’s Got Talent” Season 16 live shows start? Here’s a more critical gander at the impending “AGT” 2021 timetable:
Tuesday, August 10 — Quarterfinals 1 performance show
Wednesday, August 11 — Quarterfinals 1 results show
Tuesday, August 17 — Quarterfinals 2 performance show
Wednesday, August 18 — Quarterfinals 2 results show
Tuesday, August 24 — Quarterfinals 3 performance show
Wednesday, August 25 — Quarterfinals 3 results show
Tuesday, August 31 — Semifinals 1 performance show
Wednesday, September 1 — Semifinals 1 results show
Tuesday, September 7 — Semifinals 2 performance show
Wednesday, September 8 — Semifinals 2 results show
Tuesday, September 14 — Finale performance show
Wednesday, September 15 — Finale results show