After four months of auditions and eliminations, it was time Wednesday night to finally name a $1 million grand prize winner on "America's Got Talent" -- after two hours of filler and hype. ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Russell Norman

Writers:

Simon Cowell (creator) (co-writer), Jason Raff (creator) (co-writer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode credited cast:
Fab 5 Fab 5 ... Themselves
Kevan Allen ... Choreographer
Lawrence Beamen Lawrence Beamen ... Himself
Susan Boyle ... Herself - Performer
Nick Cannon ... Himself - Host
Joe Cipriano ... Himself - Announcer
Marcus Collins ... Himself - The Texas Tenors
James Ellis James Ellis ... Hot Guy 2010
Voices of Glory Voices of Glory ... Themselves
David Hasselhoff ... Himself - Judge
Jeffrey A. Johns Jeffrey A. Johns ... Himself
Grandma Lee Grandma Lee ... Herself
Gregg Lee Gregg Lee ... Audience Participant
Piers Morgan ... Himself - Judge
Guy Noland ... Back Up Singer (Susan Boyle) (singing voice)
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After four months of auditions and eliminations, it was time Wednesday night to finally name a $1 million grand prize winner on "America's Got Talent" -- after two hours of filler and hype.

Would it be the chicken-catching country crooner, the dancing moms of Utah, the sharp-tongued elderly comedian, the opera-singing sensation known as Barbara Padilla, or one of the other six final acts?

Before that, though, host Nick Cannon ran through the list of guest performers for the evening, which included Leona Lewis, Rascal Flatts, Shakira and "Britain's Got Talent" phenom Susan Boyle, making her first televised singing appearance in the United States.

Judge Piers Morgan said he normally works it down to one or two acts that could win, but this time he said it was tough to call and that any one of "eight or nine acts" could win it.

In a bizarre bit of packaging, the entire top 10 participated in a performance of "Don't Leave Me This Way," which included a surprise appearance by Thelma Houston. ...

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Release Date:

16 September 2009 (USA) See more »

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FremantleMedia See more »
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