Episode three of season two of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” featured 10 more acts from around the world . Among those that took the stage on the third episode that aired on January 20 were season 3 AGT champion Michael Grimm, finalists from the most recent season violinist Tyler Butler Figueroa and dance troupe V.Unbeatable as well as 2015 quarter-finalist dance group Freckled Sky.
Three champions from elsewhere in the world also competed on Monday’s show: 2016 “Italy’s Got Talent” winner beat boxer Moses Concas, 2018 “Poland’s Got Talent” winner acrobats Duo Destiny and 2009 “Norway’s Got Talent” winner dance trio Quick Style. And rounding out the 10 were 2019 “Britain’s Got Talent” finalists magician Ben Hart and Alexa Lauenberger and her dog act as well as 2019 “Holland’s Got Talent” finalist danger act Miki Dark.
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Terry Crews opened up about working on America’s Got Talent after allegations of racism and sexism on the set made headlines.
“It just was not my experience,” the NBC series’ host, 51, told Us Weekly exclusively on Thursday, January 23. “It was the best experience I ever had in my entire life.”
Crews went on to address whether he saw issues with diversity behind the scenes. “When they talk about diversity, there was every bit of diversity on set, everywhere,” he insisted. “I have never been in a more diverse place in 20 years of entertainment, so what can I say?”
Heidi Klum is opening up about the backlash she says she received after defending America’s Got Talent amid Gabrielle Union‘s controversial firing.
“A lot of people got mad at me,” Klum told Page Six. “I was called, for example, ‘a white woman.'”
Klum went on to explain that while she thinks it’s “important for everyone to speak their truth,” her experience with AGT was different.
“I think it is important for everyone to speak their truth. I think that when there is a story, it should be told. I had a different story,” Klum told Page Six.
When asked about Union’s reported claims of a toxic work environment, Klum told reporters last month at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, “I’ve only had an amazing experience.”
“I can’t speak for her. I didn’t experience the same thing. To me, everyone treats you with the utmost respect. I’ve never seen anything that was weird or hurtful.”
The supermodel said any tension seen among judges during the show was simply for entertainment purposes.
“Of course, there’s always this cat-and-dog fight, but this is fun. You say something silly,” she said. “For me, being on television, I want to entertain people. I want people to have a good time. I want people to go away from their life for two hours and just have fun and enjoy.”