Dog Act Wins ‘America’s Got Talent’ After Over a Decade

Dog Act Wins ‘America’s Got Talent’ After Over a Decade

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In a dazzling finale on September 27, the 18th season of America’s Got Talent found its champion in Adrian Stoica and his incredible canine partner, Hurricane. This dynamic duo’s heartwarming act not only earned them the prestigious title but also a jaw-dropping $1 million prize and a highly sought-after spot at the “America’s Got Talent” Presents Superstars Live event at Las Vegas’s iconic Luxor Theater. This monumental victory makes history as the first time a dog act has claimed the “AGT” crown since the Olate Dogs’ triumph in the show’s seventh season back in 2012.

In the thrilling showdown, Adrian Stoica and Hurricane outshone the competition, particularly magician Anna DeGuzman, with the talented dance ensemble Murmuration securing a well-deserved third place. Their mesmerizing final performance, set to the iconic tunes of Queen’s hit “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” even featured a surprise appearance by judge Sofia Vergara, resulting in an enthusiastic standing ovation from the captivated audience.

The judging panel unanimously showered praise upon the duo. Howie Mandel exclaimed, “It was truly spectacular, something I’ve never witnessed before.” Heidi Klum couldn’t contain her excitement, declaring, “What’s there not to adore? Hurricane is not only cute but also the most intelligent dog I’ve come across. The entire act was just delightful.” Simon Cowell added his accolades, saying, “She’s a natural. She ought to be in films or musicals. She’s born to be a star.” Throughout the season, Stoica and Hurricane consistently captured the hearts of audiences, and even early on, Mandel declared, “This is, by far, my most loved dog act on ‘AGT’.” Vergara, echoing the sentiments of many, exclaimed, “Hurricane is undoubtedly Vegas-ready!”

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