Boyle 'disappointed' she didn't win AGT: The Champions

Oklahoma ventriloquist waiting to see if she can win ‘America’s Got Talent’ a second time

Oklahoma ventriloquist waiting to see if she can win ‘America’s Got Talent’ a second time

The all star version of the show saw 50 contestants from Got Talent shows all around the word competing against each other.

Boyle, 57, was invited back to the stage by way of "America's Got Talent: Champions" which asked previous fan favorites to compete against each other.

That's compared to the $1,000,000 (£770,000) prize money on offer in the original AGT series.

As far as which act should win, that's where things get a little trickier, as most of the remaining contestants either won or placed second in their respective seasons.

The "America's Got Talent: The Champions" results finale airs at 7 tonight on NBC.

But in the end, the two competitors vying for the title were of recent and familiar vintage: the 2017 "AGT" champ, ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer, and last summer's victor, sleight-of-hand artist Shin Lim.

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Lim says that he likes to give magic a more artistic twist, rather than simply tricking people alone. That's nearly like me doing magic without my hands.

But what does she think about Lim's win? "Honestly, when I was secretly watching in the auditorium I couldn't believe how good he was and so young, he's got a great career ahead of him".

Sadly, this means that our beloved Subo lost out on the AGT title once again.

The Scottish singer was joined by her fellow Britain's Got Talent graduate Paul Potts on the show, and had impressed judges in the earlier rounds enough to be put straight through to the final.

"Of course, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed, but also deep down I didn't think I would win".

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