'America's Got Talent' 2021: How to Vote in the Season 20 Final

America's Got Talent 2021 has reached its grand finale, with 10 acts competing for the $1 million prize. Tonight (September 14) audiences will be treated to a range of performances from comedians and singers to magicians and acrobats, with their fate resting in your hands. Newsweek has all of the ways you can vote in the Season 20 final.

How to Vote in the AGT Season 20 Final

After the 10 acts perform tonight, the lines will be open for audiences to vote for their favorite.

Each week, the fate of each act has been in the hands of the public at home and the judges, but this time around the judges will have no say in the result.

To vote for your favorite act, you can do so via the America's Got Talent app and on the America's Got Talent website at nbc.com/agtvote.

If you are an iOS or Android mobile user, then you can install The AGT Official App from the App Store or Google Playstore. You will then need to register or log in using your NBC Universal Profile account.

One through on the app and the website, you click "Vote" next to the act you want to vote for and then 'submit vote' to save your choice.

The voting lines will close on September 15th at 7 a.m. ET. Your vote will not be counted if made after the voting lines close.

The winner of America's Got Talent 2021 will be revealed during Wednesday's (September 15) result show, which will take place at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

You can watch the America's Got Talent final as it airs live on NBC. Alternatively, you can stream the episode live via NBC.com and the NBC App.

Hulu customers will also be able to watch the America's Got Talent final. To watch America's Got Talent via Hulu you can subscribe for $5.99 per month after a 30-day free trial.

Who are the America's Got Talent Finalists?

There are 10 acts competing in the America's Got Talent 2021 final.

The quarterfinals began with 36 acts which were whittled down to 21 semifinalists and eventually 10 finalists.

However, there can only be one winner. Newsweek has the full list of acts competing in the final alongside their semi-final performances.

Aidan Bryant

There has never been a winner or runner-up acrobatic act but 16-year-old Aidan Bryant sure stands a chance. After all, his semifinal performance really blew the judges and audience away, with Simon calling Aidan the "one to beat."

Brooke Simpson

Singer Brooke Simpson has gone from strength to strength throughout America's Got Talent, earning several standing ovations from the judges along the way.

Dustin Tavella

Magician Dustin Tavella has not only blown the audience and judges away each week with his routines, but he has also had viewers captivated by his moving anecdotes that accompany each act.

Gina Brillon

Gina Brillon is the second stand-up comedian in the competition who has sailed through each round of the competition.

Jimmie Herrod

Jimmie Herrod received the Golden Buzzer from judge Sofia Vergara, wowing judges with his incredible voice.

Judge Simon Cowell even said Herrod is an artist he can see "heading straight for Broadway."

Josh Blue

Stand-up comedian Josh Blue from Denver, Colorado, who has cerebral palsy has made judges and audiences at home laugh every week, with Simon Cowell stating the comedian had a "chance of winning this whole thing."

Léa Kyle

Léa Kyle is judge Heidi Klum's Golden Buzzer act who was saved by the Instant Vote in the third semi-final.

Northwell Nurse Choir

Northwell Nurse Choir are judge Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer act and they could be set to be the first-ever singing group to win the show.

The group is made up of 18 frontline nurses from New York who have impressed the judges and audiences at home every step of the way.

Victory Brinker

If Victory Brinker wins tonight, the nine-year-old singer will be the youngest winner of America's Got Talent ever.

World Taekwondo Demo. Team

Terry Crews' Golden Buzzer act World Taekwondo Demo. Team narrowly made it through to the finals after being saved by the judges.

America's Got Talent 2021 airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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The America's Got Talent judges with the AGT Trophy Trae Patton/NBC