americas got talent season 9 top 12 'America's Got Talent' Season 9 Top 12: Christian Stoinev, Quintavious Johnson and moreTime to find out which six acts are joining the “America’s Got Talent” Season 9 Top 12. This week was a particularly strong week for “AGT,” so it’ll be tough to see some of these acts leave. But here are the results.

The Snapple Save came down to Blue Journey, Christian Stoinev & Scooby and Smoothini. Wow. I am floored that neither Blue nor Christian got through on votes. However, I think they will both be saved via the Snapple Save and the judges’ votes, so I’m OK with that.

Meanwhile, the first group brought down for results is AcroArmy and Baila Conmigo. I like both of these acts, but out of the two, AcroArmy is the large-scale performance act that should go through — and then they are, good for them.

The second group of results consists of Emil & Dariel, Kelli Glover and Wendy Liebman. Well, I would send all three of them home, but if I had to pick out of this group, I’d keep Emil & Dariel — which is the act America keeps as well.

The third group is between Jonah Smith and Mat Franco, which is a shame because I thought both of these acts deserved to advance after last night. Franco advances and Jonah is left out in the cold. That’s a bummer. I really think Jonah should be in the Top 12 over Emil & Dariel, but that’s just personal preference.

The final spot before the Snapple Save deal is between Quintavious Johnson and Jaycob Curlee. It goes to Quintavious, which is the right choice. He’s super pumped and adorable.

Then the save turns out predictably — the viewers save Blue Journey and the judges save Christian Stoinev, which means the Top 6 are Blue Journey, Christian Stoinev, AcroArmy, Emily & Dariel, Mat Franco and Quintavious Johnson. That’s a pretty solid field.

What do you think of the results, “AGT” Fans?

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