Miguel Dakota and Sons of Serendip Saved on the Snapple Save on America’s Got Talent; Emil and Dariel Eliminated

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

Emil & Dariel, Sons of Serendip, and Miguel Dakota were the three acts that needed saved on Wednesday night on America’s Got Talent Top 12.

The fans voted Sons of Serendip through, leaving the judges to decide between the cellists and the singer.

“Thanks friends and thanks America!!” the band said via Twitter.

Fans Decided Sons of Serendip should advance.

The judges chose Dakota over Emil & Dariel.

“Thank you! You guys are the best!” Dakota said via Twitter.

Dakota on Tuesday night performed Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones; Emil & Dariel performed I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith; and Sons of Serendip performed Ordinary World by Duran Duran.

The full Top 12 was:

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.

Following the eliminations, the finale is set for set for September 16 and September 17.

Christian Stoinev and Blue Journey advanced from the Snapple Save last week while Smoothini was eliminated.


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—-Original voting tips below

To vote, simply go to the Snapple Save website and select the act you want to save.

All participants must be over 13 years of age or older and located in the United States.

To save, you must have a Google account and be logged in.

Only one save is allowed per Google account per save period.

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