In the latest episode of ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16, the last round of auditions commenced with more pressure mounting on the judges as they got ready to shortlist the final set of contestants going through to the next round. As expected, the stage welcomed a plethora of talent, including vocalists, musicians, and a set of quirky “fun acts” that spiced things up. To read more about the selected contestants in detail, a recap has been laid out at the end. Fans looking for an update on ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 9, have come to the right place. Here’s everything we know!
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 9 Release Date
Unfortunately, fans will have to wait for a while to enjoy the next episode of their favorite reality show. Instead of July 27, 2021, ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 9 will release on August 10, 2021, at 8 pm ET on NBC. New episodes usually roll out 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 9 Online?
You can watch ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16 episode 9 on TV as and when it airs on NBC at the above-mentioned date and time. To watch it later, you can log in to NBC’s official website or the NBC app and watch the episode there. Live-streaming options are also available on DirecTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo TV. If you have a subscription to Hulu, you can access the latest episodes here, while those using Netflix can watch ‘America’s Got Talent’ here. In case these options don’t work out, you can also buy/rent the episodes on Apple TV.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 9 Spoilers
The Live Shows of season 16 will commence from the ninth episode. Episode 9 will celebrate the country’s most talented group of people as they take the stage one by one, hoping to impress the judges. The contestants will be split into groups and pitted against each other so that the winner could enter the Live Finals of the competition. The network would also allow the public to vote for their favorite acts, and the results will then be declared in another episode designed fully for that purpose.
America’s Got Talent Season 16 Episode 8 Recap
In the eighth episode of ‘America’s Got Talent’ season 16, Terry Crews introduced the last bunch of contestants showing up for this season’s auditions. It started with an animal act called Bini the Bunny that tried to perform a set of antics. Although Simon gave him a red X, three yes votes confirmed their spot in the next round. The second contestant to get through was Savannah Robertson, a 20-year-old singer from New Jersey, followed by Zac Taylor, another singer from the UK.
Gabriella Laberge stepped in shortly after and amazed the judges with her exemplary hold over the violin as well as her voice. As expected, she advanced to the next round. Medhat Mamdouh from Cairo played the recorder and showed off his remarkable beatboxing skills that put him through. The performance of Sergio Paolo, a juggler from Chile, impressed the audiences with his rebound juggling. It was followed by Pasha, as he put together a beautiful mannequin act without his partner and wife Aliona, who couldn’t make it to the Live Show as she missed her flight.
The next few auditions turned out to be fun acts such as Charming Bears from Utah, wheel artist Jonas McEnfro, 19-year-old contortionist Anna McNulty, improv comedian The Science Wizard, a comedic band called Lewberger, hand balancing act Rialcris, and Pizza Man Nick Diesslin. The next performance was by a 14-year-old singer and keyboard player Dylan Zangwill who loves classic rock.
The style of music brought to the table was appreciated by everyone as Dylan easily advanced to the live shows. 45-year old Mike Goodwin’s stand-up comedy impressed everyone, and he made it to the next round with four yes votes. The night was further graced by a powerful show of vocals that included part-time singer Anica, followed by KIDJAY, a 21-year-old rapper from Michigan. The judges also loved Dflex, a contortionist from Nigeria, and gave him a standing ovation.