Angelica Hale to join 'AGT' winner Darci Lynne in Vegas

Posted September 21, 2017

As for Darci Lynne, she's following in some famous "America's Got Talent" footsteps. Her dancers looked ridiculous and actually distracted from her otherwise boring performance. Shame the comedian didn't make it to the top five as he was edged out by Darci Lynne.

Darci Lynne Farmer beats Kechi Okwuchi to emerge victor of the 12th season of America's Got Talent, and judges agrees that the child deserves it. Her Vegas act would certainly be a victor and her ventriloquism skills are on par or above any adult twice her age.

The Atlantic Ocean couldn't keep Darci contained - she also competed at age 11 the British show "Little Big Shots". Second place went to Angelica Hale, so that means the victor of season twelve is Darci Lynne. Darci had only began developing her act two years ago earned Mel B's "Golden Buzzer" this season, and continuously wowed audiences and the judges with her skills. Even before joining the competition, she has been performing across the United States to raise funds for hospitals and other charities. The series, which will air on Thursdays starting next week, averaged a 1.4 rating in the key demo and 5.8 million viewers.

America's Got Talent expressed their support and condolences over social media. She performed her own rendition of Clean Bandit's song "Symphony". And when she sings, she dedicates her performances to the father she lost to colon cancer. Simon, Heidi, Howie and Mel B are all so excited for the ten remaining acts. The producers have to be thrilled that they somehow found her and got her on the show this year. We then found out what place each of them ranked before the victor was finally announced. But this will also depend on the turnout of votes from the viewing public.

Singer Angelica Hale placed second in this year's competition, while Light Balance, Mandy Harvey and Sara & Hero respectively followed in third, fourth and fifth.

It came down to the Battle of the Preteens on Wednesday's finale of "America's Got Talent".