America's Got Talent 2014 Season 9 Final Results
America's Got Talent wrapped up season 9 in mid September, crowning beloved magician Mat Franco as the newest winner of the competition. The season's cast included Nick Cannon as the host, as well as judges Howie Mandel (5th season), Howard Stern (3rd season), Mel B (2nd season) and Heidi Klum (2nd season). The show airs live from Radio City Music Hall.
Franco is the first magician to ever win America's Got Talent in the 10 years it has been on the air. He won by beating out talented singer Emily West in the show's final performances for season 9. Franco is a graduate from the Univ. of Rhode Island, and credits his grandmother for his success due to her constant encouragement and support for following his dreams. Here is a video of Franco's wining performance:
AGT 2015 Season 10 Auditions Now Open
Think you've got what it takes to be a contestant on America's Got Talent season 10? Well your chance to audition may just be around the corner. Video auditions are already being accepted, and open call auditions begin in November, 2014. The first round of cities that auditions will take place in includes Tampa, Nashville, Richmond and New York City. Additional cities will be announced soon. To learn more about auditioning for your chance to demonstrate that America's Got Talent, visit the official America's Got Talent Auditions website.
About America's Got Talent TV Show
America's Got Talent is a United States-based reality entertainment competition pitting solo and group acts against each other for a $1 million grand prize. Any stage performer is welcome to try out, and whether you or your group are 8 or 80, if you own a singular talent, you could be the next America's Got Talent millionaire. American Idol and The Voice are exclusively singing competitions, but America's Got Talent has been an outlet for singing and non-singing performers since it debuted in June of 2006 on NBC.
Open auditions are held in major cities like Los Angeles, New Orleans, Savannah, New York and Chicago, and for those talents that make it through their early performances, the famed Radio City Music Hall is the next stop. Magicians, musicians, dancers, singers, comedians and acrobats all have an equal opportunity to win the $1 million grand prize, as well as a chance at seeing their name in lights in Las Vegas. And even if your only talent is at spotting the next "diamond in the rough" in the entertainment world, you can backup your beliefs with a wager by betting on who you feel will be the AGT grand prize winner each year.
Las Vegas odds on America's Got Talent are posted at select sportsbooks online, and we update those odds here on this page frequently. After tuning into the exciting competitions on your television, you can then return here, check the updated AGT odds posted below, place a wager and cross your fingers. You may not be able to win $1 million like your favorite performer, but you can ride right alongside as you watch your wager march through the competition for a handsome payday.
America's Got Talent uses a combination of viewer voting and judges panel opinions to choose the best competitors every week. The competition usually starts sometime in June and ends in September, meaning there is a very small window of opportunity for the talented hopefuls dreaming of entertainment glory. From the 2006 grand prize winning singer Bianca Ryan, an incredibly talented 11-year-old at the time, to the 2012 winner Olate Dogs, an amazing dog trick act, you never know what you are going to find on America's Got Talent, but rest assured you will be enjoying the most diverse and talented performers that the United States has to offer.
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Las Vegas Betting Odds On Who Will Win America's Got Talent
The following are the most current Las Vegas odds on America's Got Talent 2014 and who will win the entire show.