Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan Bring Their Talent to Finale of ‘America’s Got Talent’
The 'America's Got Talent' finale finished with a bang, as country stars Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan took their talent to the show's stage on Wednesday (Sept. 18).
Country fans have been waiting for this ever since it was announced that there would be not one, but two fan-favorite country artists gracing the stage in New York City.
Bentley, who is booked to play the first-ever Tropical Nights event in Mexico, sang his latest laid-back single, 'I Hold On,' as a duet with AGT contestant Jimmy Rose. Both singers opted for a casual look, wearing denim and dark shirts, with their voices as the main focus of their performance.
Then, the ever-energetic Bryan took the stage to perform his latest hit, 'That’s My Kind of Night,' giving a lively greeting of "What's up America?" before delving into his upbeat song, which has been the topic of much controversy as of late.
Still, Bryan immediately changed the ambiance of the venue, as the audience clapped along and the singer bounded from one side of the stage to the other, eventually making his way up the catwalk where he gave the judges a look at his famous hip-shaking moves (they seemed impressed).
Although Rose didn't end up winning, he received an encouraging message from Bentley via Twitter. "Bummed @JimmyRoseAGT didn't win tonight. Keep chasing the dream dude. You got something special," the message reads.
It was a rockin' night on the 'America's Got Talent' finale, and the two stars showed the world that country music is full of talent.
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