Last updated on November 13th, 2019 at 05:43 am
America’s Got Talent Golden Buzzer is highly coveted by many participants from America’s Got Talent, yet only a few can have the privilege of earning it.
To understand just what it takes to be awarded such high merit, we present to you 4 of the most memorable AGT golden buzzer winning acts.
Sal Vallentinetti is a crooner who uses his outstanding vocal chops to take the audience back to the days of 1950’s America. Since he was a child, through his grandmother’s influence, Sal came to listen to the likes of classic crooners such as Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, and Frank Sinatra.
In an age where pop music is getting all the mainstream attention, Sal’s sound from the golden age is like a breath of fresh air. Which is why, in 2016, he took the stage of NBC’s America’s Got Talent and left everyone to marvel in awe at his vocal performance.
He instantly clicked with both the audience and judges, so much that he was awarded a Golden Buzzer and immediately propelled into the final stages of the show and America’s Got Talent history.
2. Light Balance
When it gets dark on stage, Light Balance is going to come and light up the atmosphere. They are a group of young dancers, acrobats, designers and choreographers who work together to put some genuinely eye-catching dance routines.
They took their electrifying dance show to America’s Got Talent, and upon turning the lights off, no one knew what to expect. Everyone’s jaw dropped once the light figures popped up on stage and went on with their dazzling performance.
By the end of the show, they received a standing ovation. What truly made a difference was when Tyra Banks pressed the Golden Buzzer in their favor -- putting them alongside the other AGT golden buzzer winning acts of the show.
Be sure to watch their dance performance in the following video:
Kechi Okwuchi is a singer and public speaker with a compelling story – she is the survivor of a devastating plane crash. However, this unfortunate event affected her beyond emotional trauma, as Kechi suffered severe burns over a large portion of her body.
Being a fighter, Kechi did not let this grievous event break her, and instead, she turned to music to comfort herself. This would prove to be a brilliant move, as Kechi would discover music to be her life-time calling.
With her newfound talent and determination to not give in to the trauma of the accident, Kechi went on to audition for America’s Got Talent. So since then, her life has never been the same.
Kechi is well-known in America’s Got Talent history, she has come to compete in two seasons from the main show and once in The Champions edition. She has always made it far into the competition, and one of her most significant accolades was becoming one of the AGT Golden Buzzer winning acts during the Champions Edition.
4. Calysta Bevier
Calysta Bevier is a singer with a very contagious smile and radiant personality.
She is a fighter and music is her weapon of choice, through which she dreams of making a career for herself. So far, things have been looking very promising for this young singer.
She has participated at the 11th season of America’s Got Talent and touched the audiences with her emotion-filled performance. Her performance was very appreciated by Simon Cowell, so much that he awarded her with the America’s Got Talent Golden Buzzer. Calysta is a popular entertainer for events for Cancer Treatment, Research and Awareness.
You watch her entire performance in the following video:
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