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Who Will Win Americas Got Talent? Jackie Evancho, Fighting Gravity or Prince Poppycock

Could Jackie Evancho win America's Got TalentWho will win America’s Got Talent? While the second round of finalists on America’s Got Talent were selected tonight to round out the top 10, we’ve got our eye on these acts for the win: Jackie Evancho, Fighting Gravity and Prince Poppycock.

Jackie Evancho, the 10-year-old opera singing sensation, turned in another solid performance with “Time to Say Goodbye,” by Andrea Bocelli. There’s just no denying Jackie’s talent, but is it enough to win the America’s Got Talent competition? As good as she is, I can’t see her as the AGT winner, but that’s not to say that this experience hasn’t opened up the whole world to the kid.

Fighting Gravity have a uniquely amazing talent in this competition, and are potentially more appealing to voters than a young girl singing opera or other singers. Their act is also Vegas-ready, which just happens to be a perfect match for the the “headlining a Vegas show” part of the prize.

I can’t rule out Prince Poppycock either when it comes to Vegas style showstoppers. He’s fun, energetic, over-the-top and oh-my-god, can you imagine what kind of performances he’d put on with a Vegas budget? What’s not to love?

Who do you think will win America’s Got Talent? Do you think that Jackie Evancho, Fighting Gravity or Prince Poppycock will emerge the winner? Or do you think another act will win?

The America’s Got Talent season finale will air Tuesday, September 14 and Wednesday, September 15.

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