Fil-am singer Angelica Hale finishes second in 'America's Got Talent'

Fil-am singer Angelica Hale finishes second in 'America's Got Talent'

Fil-am singer Angelica Hale finishes second in 'America's Got Talent'

America's Got Talent finishes its exceptional twelfth season on Wednesday, likely maintaining the ratings highs its seen since May. Read at your own risk!

Speaking of Darci, the young ventriloquist performed with none other than Terry Fator.

Darci, a middle school student in the Deer Creek school system, not only takes home the $1 million dollars but she has the privilege of headlining a show in Las Vegas.

12-year-old Darci Lynne Farmer, a singing ventriloquist from Oklahoma City, was announced as the victor to thunderous applause from the audience.

Runner-up Angelica Hale, the 10-year-old singer, embraced Darci after the results were announced.

Over 3 million people watched her performance online within 24 hours, as the youngster revealed her latest character Edna Doorknocker.

Young ventriloquist singer Darci Lynne, 12, was named the victor of the $1 million prize and will headline a Las Vegas show. "I'm just so happy and blessed", she said.

Technically, she also competed as a singer since it is her voice behind her puppets. When I gave you my golden buzzer I knew you could win this. "Got Talent" is entered in the Guinness World Records as the Most Successful Reality Television Format in history, with 70 local versions produced across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Their performance yielded a roar from the crowd and a standing ovation. Kechi, who is one of the two survivors, has undergone over 100 surgeries but in all of it, was kept alive by her mother's love and the love for singing. Thankfully, they were my very top acts in Darci Lynne and Light Balance.

"WHAT. A. SHOW! I wanted to make everyone who watched my performance feel STRONG and like they overcome ANYthing, and I hope I was successful", she wrote.

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