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It came as no surprise to us when Grace VanderWaal won this season of America's Got Talent.
The 12-year-old ukulele player has been our favorite since she played her first original bar.
In case you didn't see all her wonderful performances this season, check them all out (below)!
Oh c'mon, you know who it is!
On Wednesday night, season 11 of America's Got Talent wrapped, which means they crowned a winner and the results should NOT surprise you at all!
They should just change the title of this season to Grace's Got Talent!
That's basically how the America's Got Talent judges felt after watching another spectacular performance from singer Grace VanderWaal on Tuesday night.
During night one of the finale, the 12-year-old ukulele player — dubbed "the next Taylor Swift" by Simon Cowell way back in her audition — closed out the show performing her flawless original song Clay!
Howie, who chose the singer as his golden buzzer contestant, even declared the tween had already won the competition, gushing:
"It's not only a song. It speaks to you. You are amazing. Grace has to win. This is my favorite moment of the night."
He's not wrong! She's AH-Mazing!
Ch-ch-check out the performance (below) and see who wins Season 11 of America's Got Talent when the live finale airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC!
America's Got Talent — and also Nick Cannon jokes!
The 13-year-old comedian Lori Mae Hernandez — who previously took a shot at Donald Trump — was back on AGT's semifinals Tuesday night, where she played a dangerous game: making fun of the host!
Joking about Nick's much-publicized divorce from Mariah Carey, the teen quipped:
"I just outgrew Barbies — like Mariah did Nick."
But Nick took the slam in stride, later telling ET:
She's so adorable!
Now that the reality show is down to the quarter finals, it's time to get another performance from our favorite 12-year-old ukulele player and Grace did not disappoint on Tuesday night!
Not only did the little songstress slay her performance of her original song Beautiful Thing, which she wrote for her sister, but VanderWaal was praised by the judges, who gave her a standing ovation.
Heidi Klum called the soon to be teen "one in a million" while Howie Mandel one-upped Simon by saying she'll be "bigger than Taylor Swift. I predict you are the biggest star to ever come out of this show."
Ch-ch-check out Grace's moving performance (below) and let us know if you think she'll win it all!
America may have talent, but Howie's got jokes!
But just in case that fact slipped your mind, the 32-year-old was just honored with the Future Icon Award at Caesars Palace's 50th Anniversary Gala in Las Vegas over the weekend!
Before giving Calvin a chance to speak, the America's Got Talent host complimented the musician's suit, simply asking:
Every year, we're surprised by some of the acts on America's Got Talent that pull off the EXTREMELY dangerous stunts and last night, one couple's luck ran out — but it could have been a whole lot worse!
On Tuesday, Ryan Stock and his fiancée, stuntwoman AmberLynn Walker, took the AGT stage and performed their bit which was supposed to conclude with Walker shooting a flaming arrow at a target sticking out of Stock's mouth, but she missed!
Unfortunately, the stuntwoman accidentally shot her future husband but thankfully Ryan walked away alive and mostly unhurt! The brunette beauty dished on the scary mishap saying:
"In the moment, I thought I had messed up horribly. [But] we reviewed the footage and my aim was on point."
Apparently, the root of the problem was in the equipment as Stock explained: