In the sixth episode of ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16, the judges welcomed a new bunch of contestants competing for a ticket to the next round. The highlight of the episode is Matt Mauser’s exceptional performance, a tribute to his late wife, Christina. She had passed away in the same helicopter crash that took Kobe Bryant’s life. To know more about the episode, you can check out the recap at the bottom. Moving on, here are the details for ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 7!
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 7 Release Date
‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 7 is scheduled to release on July 13, 2021, at 8 pm ET on NBC. New episodes land on the network every Tuesday, and each episode has a runtime of about 2 hours.
Where to Watch America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 7 Online?
Fans eager to catch ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 7, as and when it releases, can tune in to NBC at the above-mentioned timeslot and date. To watch the episode later, you can stream it on NBC’s official website or NBC app. Live-streaming options are additionally available on DirecTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo TV. If you’re a subscriber of Hulu, you can access the latest episodes here, while Netflix users can watch the show here. If none of these options are viable, you can buy/rent the episodes on Apple TV.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 7 Spoilers
In the 7th episode of ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16, Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara, and Heidi Klum will search for the next set of talented artists worthy of competing for the final $1 million grand prize. Terry Crews will return as the show’s charismatic host introducing new faces striving to enter the next round.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 6 Recap
The sixth episode of ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 opened with the performance of a 30-year-old man called Twirl Act, who used three different batons, throwing high tosses and cartwheels in the mix. This earned him a standing ovation from all the judges and a row of compliments from Heidi, already excited to see him in the next round. Next to hit the stage was singer Madilyn Bailey, who invented an original song using irate remarks from haters on her YouTube account. Although Heidi wasn’t too keen on sending her ahead, the others convinced her to throw in a Yes vote.
The focus then switched to Chapkidz, a dance group of young adults following the footsteps of the Chapkis Dance Family that previously appeared in season 10. Simon couldn’t help but call them the best dance act of the season. The judges then came across an unusual lip-synch act by Darrell Thorne, who covered the famous Elton John song “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.” He bagged three yes votes. The next few artists to get through include Slinky artist Joshua Jacobs, dancers Roy & Judith, and singer Donovan.
The next artist is Alex Ostrovskyi, whose trumpeted rendition of “The Greatest Love of All” by Whitney Houston failed to impress. But shortly after, Matt Mauser took the stage and poured out his heart through “Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now),” dedicated to his late wife. The judges were subsequently greeted by comedian Cam Bertrand whose eight years of experience worked in his favor, and he got through.
We subsequently saw a variety of impeccable dance acts, namely Breez Carver, Vertical Flow, Femme Fatale, and a traditional Mexican act called Guapacharros. The first and last “danger” act of the night was delivered by mother and daughter Gigi Deluxe & Devon, showcasing remarkable talent in shooting a crossbow. The night finally ended with 9-year-old singer Victory Brinker whose high-pitched vocals mesmerized the judges.