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Ndlovu Youth Choir Named Judges’ Choice, Chris Kläfford Scores Dunkin’ Save On “America’s Got Talent” Results Show

They and several other acts advance to the semifinals.

Charlotte Summers, Chris Klafford, Ndlovu Youth Choir on 8/22/2019 AGT -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

The second week of this year’s “America’s Got Talent” quarterfinal round came to an end Wednesday’s results show, with seven acts punching their tickets to the semifinals.

Singer Robert Finley, comedian Ryan Niemiller, dance group V. Unbeatable, dance group Light Balance Kids and violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa advanced on the strength of America’s votes.

Two other acts advanced thanks to reprieves on Wednesday’s results show.

Chris Kläfford scored the Dunkin’ Save, while Ndlovu Youth Choir beat out Charlotte Summers to receive the Judges’ Save. The choir and Summers notably split the judges’ panel, but the former went through thanks to receiving a larger share of America’s vote.

The remaining quarterfinalists will hit the stage on Tuesday, August 27.

Written by Brian Cantor

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