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Rose One Step Closer to Headlining Vegas Show and $1 Million

america talent 300OWENSBORO, Ky. (9/10/13) - After surviving months of elimination rounds, the Top 12 acts on America's Got Talent will take center stage tonight to compete again for the viewer's votes. The finalists have recently faced weeks of semi final eliminations with their fate in the hands of both the judges and America.

The results from tonight's votes will be aired on Wednesday, bringing the end of the road for half of the performers. Six acts will stay and six will go home. The acts receiving the most votes will become one step closer to the Grand Prize of $1 Million and have the opportunity to Headline a show in Las Vegas.

This unique "Top 12" includes singers, dancers, acrobatic teams, and other talents of all ages featuring: Kenichi Ebina, Chicago Boyz, Forte, Cami Bradley, Taylor Williamson, Catapult, Collins Key, Innovative Force, D'Angelo and Amanda, Braden James, The KriStef Brothers and Kentucky native, Jimmy Rose.

SurfKY News spoke to Rose. He said he is really looking forward to tonight's performance.

"I will be showing a different side of me," Rose said. "I just want to make everyone proud."

You can watch AGT on Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 9/8c on NBC. To follow the show online, visit http://www.nbc.com/americas-got-talent/

Evan Gorman
SurfKY News

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