americas got talent top 6 season 9 'America's Got Talent' Season 9 Top 6 revealed: Sons of Serendip and moreTime to find out the Top 6 finalists for “America’s Got Talent” Season 9. My personal picks were (in no particular order) AcroArmy, Sons of Serendip, Quintavious Johnson, Emily West, Mat Franco and David & Leeman. How’d I do?

Up first is the Snapple Save, between Emil & Dariel, Miguel Dakota and Sons of Serendip. Interesting. I bet between America and the judges Emil & Dariel and Sons advance, which leaves one of my picks out in the cold in favor of E&D, but I thought that might happen.

The first set of results is between Emily West and Mara Justine, so we all know how this is going to come out — West is through.

The second set is between AcroArmy and Blue Journey. To me, this isn’t a contest either — AcroArmy deserves to advance, which is what happens.

Jackie Evancho is here! I’d go watch her in a production of “Phantom of the Opera,” yep. She absolutely nails “Think of Me,” I’d love to hear her on “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again.”

The third set of results is Quintavious vs. Christian Stoinev, and Quin correctly advances. The real shocker is when the three magic acts are the final results group and Mat Franco advances over Mike and David & Leeman. I really thought it would be D&L, I thought Franco fell flat this week. Interesting.

The final two acts to advance are Sons of Serendip and Miguel Dakota — Sons by the Snapple Save and Miguel Dakota by the America’s tiebreaker vote. That surprises me a little, I thought Emil & Dariel would advance for sure from the judges’ votes, but if not the judges than by the real vote total from America. Huh.

Overall, I think America was fairly spot-on this week, though Miguel definitely needs a better song choice next week. What do you think, “AGT” fans?
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