Published 9:10 PM EDT Sep 12, 2018
Spoiler alert: This story contains elimination results from Wednesday's episode of NBC's "America's Got Talent."
"America's Got Talent" completed its 10-act finalist field, advancing five contestants during Wednesday's results show.
Those survivors will join five acts chosen last week on Tuesday's live finals performance show of the NBC reality competition (8 EDT/PDT). The Season 13 champ will be crowned on Sept. 19 (8 EDT/PDT).
Tuesday's semifinals performance show, the second in two weeks, featured 11 acts. That group was cut to five Wednesday via viewer votes and a judge's selection.
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Fans attending the show at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre enjoyed a performance by wildly popular BTS, the boy band from South Korea.
On the results side, three competitors, all singers – Daniel Emmet, Glennis Grace, We Three – faced immediate pressure Wednesday, as they were pitted against each other for the Dunkin' Save, which allows viewers to vote during the show to save an act.
Grace won the viewer vote and got the first save, while the judges chose Emmet with the second pick.
In addition to Grace and Emmet, other acts advancing to next week's finals include: standup comic Vicki Barbolak; singer Courtney Hadwin; and violinist Brian King Joseph.
Besides We Three, eliminated contestants include: danger act Aaron Crow; Angel City Chorale; dance group Da Republik; singer Christina Wells; and singer-songwriter Noah Guthrie.
The five finalists chosen last week are: stand-up comic Samuel J. Comroe; aerial artists Duo Transcend; magician Shin Lim; singer Michael Ketterer; and acrobatic dance troupe Zurcaroh.