TV Guide: Australia’s Got Talent grand final on Seven and 7Plus

Australia's Got Talent

The AGT Grand Final is set to air 8.00pm Sunday, 20 November

Sunday’s Australia’s Got Talent Grand Final will see six grand finalists take to the stage with their most dazzling performances yet, as Australia decides who will take home the crown and a $100,000 cash prize.

The Australia’s Got Talent Grand Final is set to air 8.00pm Sunday, 20 November on Channel Seven and 7plus

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Left to right: Shane Jacobson, Alesha Dixon, Kate Ritchie and David Walliams

Heading into the finale are:


Aerial acrobat Oleg cemented his Grand Final spot in the semi-final after entrancing the judges with a performance Alesha Dixon called “absolutely spectacular”.

David Walliams said he “could watch that all over again”, while Shane declared Oleg “a strong performer in every sense of the word”.


Acromazing had the judges in awe with their semi-final act, dedicated to their head coach Kim, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020.

Their captivating routine was “faultless” to David, and flooded Kate Ritchie with “waves of goose bumps over and over”.

Alesha added: “I was watching Kim, your wonderful coach, watching you and that moved me. You should be so proud.”

Emo Majok

On his semi-final performance, comedian Emo Majok explained: “My comedy is on the edge, that’s because my life is on the edge. I’m a single dad, father of three. I want to build a better life for my kids. I want my kids to be proud of me.”

David declared: “We are in the presence of a great comedian who is dealing with taboo subjects but in a funny and inclusive way. This, for me, is just a perfect comedy act. You are a superstar.”

Shane added: “On this show our dream is to launch careers. I would be so shocked if we don’t see a whole lot of you on TV from this day forward. You are going to be doing this for a very long time.”

The Ramadhani Brothers

The Ramadhani Brothers left the judges in awe with their most extreme performance yet in the semi-final, cementing their AGT Grand Final spot. 

Kate Ritchie, who awarded the Tanzanian performers her Golden Buzzer after their initial audition, said: “My heart was in my throat. I was on the edge of my seat. I couldn’t take my eyes off you. We’ve never, ever seen anything like that before. You guys can win this.”

Alesha Dixon described their act as “a masterpiece and a demonstration on how to blow everybody else out of the competition”.

David Walliams added: “Every single moment was electric. You’ve come here to win.”

Walison Muh

Walison Muh, who joined the circus in Brazil at the age of 13, was emotional after advancing to the AGT Grand Final. His semi-final performance, featuring Shane Jacobson on stage, captured the judges’ hearts.

Alesha declared: “I love you, you are so unique, a breath of fresh air.”  David agreed, calling Walison’s performance “truly, truly magic”.

Sienna Kaitlyn

Sienna Kaitlyn’s decision to take on a huge song in the semi-final – Mariah Carey’s Vision of Love – paid off as host Ricki-Lee said her performance “blew the roof off this place”.

Kate praised Sienna’s courage, while Shane announced: “That stage was yours and you are supposed to be here.”

Alesha added: “I hope when you are picking up your Grammy in 15 years they show this clip.”

Voting is now open for Australia to decide who will become the next AGT champion and take home the life-changing $100,000 grand prize money.

Australia’s Got Talent Grand Final: 8.00pm Sunday, 20 November on Seven and 7plus

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