AGT 2014 Results: AcroArmy, Emily West, Mat Franco Advance; Blue Journey, Mara Justine, Mike Super Among Eliminations on Season 9 of America’s Got Talent

By Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber covers U.S. and world news. He is based in Maryland.
September 10, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

America’s Got Talent finished its semifinals on September 10, with six of the 12 remaining acts advancing to the finale.

Acrobatic group AcroArmy and singer Emily West are among those who will advance.

“Dear America, My home of the BRAVE. THANK U! I am in the ladies room…crying tears of joy. Now- lipstick,” she said via Twitter.

They were the first two to be announced, followed later by Quintavious Johnson and Mat Franco.

AcroArmy did a Chinese-themed performance on Tuesday night while West sang Nights in White Satin by The Moody Blues.

Johnson performed I’m Goin’ Down by Mary J. Blige while Franco pulled a sweet card trick.

Meanwhile, shadow dancers Blue Journey and singer Mara Justine were the first two eliminations to be announced. They were later followed by David and Leeman and Mike Super, then Christian Stoinev.

And Emil & Dariel, Sons of Serendip, and Miguel Dakota were in Snapple Save, meaning one of the three would be eliminated. Sons of Serendip earned the fans’ vote, leaving the cellists and singer at the mercy of the judges. The judges chose Dakota over the cellists.

That leaves these final 6: AcroArmy, Emily West, Mat Franco, Quintavious Johnson, Sons of Serendip, and Miguel Dakota.

The Top 12 were:

Acrobatic group AcroArmy, shadow dancers Blue Journey, extreme hand balancer Christian Stoinev, magic duo David and Leeman, cellists Emil and Dariel, singer Emily West, singer Mara Justine, magician Mat Franco, singer Miguel Dakota, magician Mike Super, singer Quintavious Johnson, and band Sons of Serendip are the finalists.


Miguel Dakota and Sons of Serendip Saved on Snapple Save (+How to Vote)

America’s Got Talent Finalists 2014: List, Pictures, and Videos of AGT Top 12

Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber covers U.S. and world news. He is based in Maryland.