All the Acts Taking Part in the Third 'America's Got Talent' Quarter-Final

America's Got Talent's third quarter-final kicks off on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. There are just seven spots left in the semi-final lineup, with 12 acts showing off their talents in a bid to secure their space.

Tuesday's show will see 12 acts take to the stage of the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to impress the judges and audiences at home. While the judges Simon Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum have the power to kick acts off the stage if all four press their red buzzers, the decision on which five acts will be automatically sent through to the final lies in the hands of the public.

The quarter-final results show will then see three acts in the bottom, with only two sports left. One acts fate will be the result of a live vote and the decision between the final act sent through will be in the hands of the judges. Newsweek has a full list of all of the acts through to the third quarter-final.

The Wildcard Winner

The winner of America's Got Talent wildcard will be revealed during the third America's Got Talent quarter-final.

Singer Matt Mauser, stand-up comedian Mike Goodwin, singer Storm Large, magician Patrick Kun, and singer and keyboardist Dylan Zangwill were called back to compete for a spot in the quarter-finals after Gigi Deluxe & Devon and Nightbirde pulled out of the competition.

The five acts performed live in early August and the decision was left up to the public, with the winner of the vote competing on Tuesday night.

Brooke Simpson

Brooke Simpson, 30, received four yeses with her rendition of Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You."

Simpson is no stranger to talent competitions, having finished in third place in the 13th season on NBC's The Voice. She was on Team Miley Cyrus after all four judges, including Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton, turned around.


Chapkidz are a Californian dance troupe who wowed the judges with their incredible performance to a mash-up of songs by Rosalía.

Léa Kyle

French quick-change artist and magician Léa Kyle received the golden buzzer from Heidi Klum during her audition round.

Michael Winslow

Michael Winslow, 62, is the oldest act taking part in America's Got Talent.

Winslow is an established voice artist, who is known for making a realistic sound using only his voice.

In his audition, Winslow made the audience laugh with his stand-up routine whilst also blowing their minds with his incredible vocal talent.

World Taekwondo Demo. Team

World Taekwondo Demo. Team were awarded the golden buzzer from America's Got Talent host Terry Crews and will be hoping to stun the judges once again with their routine.

Keith Apicary

Keith Apicary is a character by American actor, comedian, dancer, YouTuber, and filmmaker Nathan Barnatt.

Barnatt, 40, will perform a dance routine as the character in the third America's Got Talent quarter-final.

Klek Entos

Klek Entos is a pseudonym used by French actor, writer, lecturer, producer, and magician David Stone.

Klek is a magician and a spooky mentalist, who terrified the judges and audiences with his chilling audition where he brought a huge spider on stage out of nowhere.


Columbian acrobatic trio Rialcris will be hoping to wow the judges and audience at home with their incredible hand-balancing routine.

UniCircle Flow

UniCircle Flow are a Unicyle performance group from Japan who will be taking to the America's Got Talent stage on Tuesday with their unique act.


Fifty-one-year-old singer ANICA blew the judges away with her rendition of "Piece of My Heart" by Janis Joplin.

The Curtis Family C-Notes

The Curtis Family C-Notes consists of husband-wife duo Maestro Curtis & Miss Nola and their five children.

They had everybody up and dancing with their performance of "I Was Made to Love Her" by Stevie Wonder and have high hopes of bringing the house down tonight.

America's Got Talent quarter-finals air Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

The results show will air Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

America's Got Talent judges
There are only 7 spaces left in the America's Got Talent semi-finals. Trae Patton/NBC