Detroit Youth Choir Takes 2nd Place on ‘AGT’ Finals!
There’s NO shame in a second place for the Detroit Youth Choir who united their city with their journey on “America’s Got Talent”.
The group that inspired not only their home town, but an entire country took second place to finals winner, Kodi Lee in the “America’s Got Talent” finals this past Wednesday night.
Despite not winning the grand prize, the kids from Detroit still managed to show the world the tough and dedicated work ethic and spirit that embodies the people of the Motor City with a tremendous journey to the contest finals full of emotion and inspired performances.
The choir was joined by none other than Macklemore, himself as they opened up the AGT Finals with a performance of “Can’t Hold Us”!
Here is the video of the DYC and Macklemore hyping up the crowd!
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan spoke on behalf of the citizens of Detroit with a tweet posted Wednesday night:
The ‘AGT’ finals ended with blind, autistic singer, Kodi Lee being voted to the $1 million grand prize.
The Detroit Youth Choir will be welcomed home by their city this Friday at 4pm at Campus Maritus Park in an event hosted by Local 4 News.
How proud are YOU of YOUR Detroit Youth Choir and their amazing journey on ‘AGT’?
Check out the video of the DYC landing the 2nd place spot on the finals: