- Fans of America’s Got Talent have had the chance to see winners and participants return in the form of NBC’s America’s Got Talent: The Champions
- 40 contenders from across the global Got Talent franchise have competed in the seven-week competition
- The season two finale of America’s Got Talent: The Champions airs February 17, 2020. See the odds for the contenders below
The past couple of months have been a dream come true for fans of competitive reality television. Fan-favorite contenders from across the global Got Talent franchise have delighted audiences by returning to television.
The all-encompassing comeback show called America’s Got Talent: The Champions dazzled fans in its debut last year. This year’s sophomore season hasn’t disappointed at all.
Forty acts, ranging from dancers to magicians– even including a singing clown– have been competing since season two launched on January 6. Now, with two-thirds of the competition already eliminated, the final acts face off in the February 17 season finale.
Of the remaining ten participants, who will take home the coveted first-place prize?
Odds on Who Will Win Season Two of America’s Got Talent: The Champions
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Odds taken Feb. 11
With less than a week away from the season results, the competition is at its fiercest. Already, we’ve seen 30 incredible acts meet their elimination fate and another ten vying for that coveted first-place prize.
Thankfully, we don’t have long to wait before we see who is crowned the champion. But figuring out who will be taking home the gold is definitely on the mind of any entertainment fan right now. Any of the ten remaining contestants are worthy. But there can be only one winner.
Raising the Stakes
It’s always an interesting watch when shows put together a winners’ competition. It worked on Project Runway All Stars and Dancing With the Stars: All Stars and it works just as well with America’s Got Talent: The Champions.
Fans love to see favorites come back and get a second chance. In the case of AGT: The Champions, the season has also been a welcome opportunity for North American audiences to have exposure to the incredible international talent across the ACT franchise.
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But within the original 40 act lineup, there’s always been one to watch, and it’s no surprise to see V. Unbeatable in the final episode’s top ten contenders.
An Appropriate Name
It’s hard to ignore the pizazz of a dance group with a name like V. Unbeatable. The “V” stands for Vikas– a Hindi word symbolizing intelligence, wisdom, handsomeness, or wealth. It’s cocky but it’s undeniably part of the group’s charm.
V. Unbeatable has been a fan favorite since the beginning. Their origin story is also pretty great. First appearing in America’s Got Talent‘s 14th season, the troupe traveled from Mumbai, India to compete.
You have to hand it to V. Unbeatable. Week after week, they show up and outdo themselves with an even more jaw-dropping performance. How these guys do what they do is breathtaking to watch.
In that season, V. Unbeatable wowed judges and audiences, eventually placing as a grand-finalist and just missing the top three honors. This year’s second chance on The Champions has been a satisfying watch for audiences who wanted to see V. Unbeatable snag the gold last time around.
Will this be their year? To determine that, you have to consider the competition.
Nine Other Options
For V. Unbeatable to accomplish a win this year, nine other competitors will have to fall out of the competition. It’s worth noting that some of the other competitors are seriously strong in their respective fields.
Notable competition includes impressive child violinist Tyler Butler-Figueroa, falsetto singer Marcelito Pomoy, and Norwegian teen singer Angelia Jordan. The competition is seriously intense as it gets down to the wire of the final episode.
All of these talents are certainly impressive and have proved their worth enough to make it to the top ten. But at the end of the day, the triumphant endurance in V. Unbeatable is likely to pay off with a win. They deserve it.
Pick: V. Unbeatable (-300)
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