On Tuesday night, contestants on America’s Got Talent gave their final performances of the season before viewers submit their votes to crown the winner. Washington Capitals anthem singer Caleb Green performed with the rest of his Voices of Service members and they were nothing short of perfection.
The singing group is made up entirely of veterans and active-duty service members. They delivered a showstopping and emotional performance of “Footprints in the Sand” by Leona Lewis for a chance to win one million dollars and the opportunity to headline at a Las Vegas casino.
The performance kicked off with the members of the group reading letters from people that have watched their performances and have found inspiration and hope. The mission of the group has been to help people who sometimes struggle to be heard and they’re doing a terrific job.
The judges gave glowing praise. “Performance perfection,” is what Gabrielle Union had to say. “You are instruments of healing and you are beyond this stage.” Julianne Hough couldn’t hold back tears as she gave them thanks for giving their talent as an outlet for those who deserve to be seen. Simon Cowell told the group that the give definition to the words sincerity, decency, and talent.
— America's Got Talent (@AGT) September 18, 2019
Not to be dramatic, but I will be absolutely beside myself if you don’t vote for this group. In all seriousness, support these incredible guys. They have been jaw-dropping all season and we know Caleb has been incredible since forever. Make sure you vote for Voices of Service! Voting closes at 7:00AM ET and here is how you can cast your vote:
— America’s Got Talent (@AGT) September 18, 2019
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