I joined the America's Got Talent bandwagon a little late during season 8, but once I jumped on, I just couldn't stop. I quickly became mesmerized by the soothing vocal stylings of 25-year-old Cami Bradley and couldn't stop laughing at Taylor Williamson, probably because of the quirky tone to his voice. Last night's finale (which I got to experience live at Radio City Music Hall) was a thriller. With performances, both live and pre-taped, from Gavin Degraw, Josh Groban, and Icona Pop among others, the night was electrifying. And finally, after their 10-week stint here in NYC, AGT crowned their winner: Kenichi Ebina, a Japanese dancer and performing artist.
Kenichi is NO joke. The season 8 champ, who won $1 million and a contract to headline a show in Las Vegas, has an act that seems unreal. His head moves in ways I didn't know were humanly possible. Whether or not you've been following this show at home, check out Kenichi's stunning movies that won him the championship title:
Time to get funky with lasers:
Kenichi's final performance:
And of course, Kenichi's winning moment:
Are you astounded by his talent? Did you watch America's Got Talent this season?
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