Oklahoma ventriloquist performs with help from friends on 'America's Got Talent' finals

Oklahoma ventriloquist performs with help from friends on 'America's Got Talent' finals

Oklahoma ventriloquist performs with help from friends on 'America's Got Talent' finals

The diva bunny can't help herself as she and Winston sing "Anything You Can Do" and fight for the spotlight.

She received a standing ovation from the crowd, including her own family, and the judges were in awe of her strength.

Farmer burst into tears when host Tyra Banks announced her as the victor, joined onstage by runner-up Angelica Hale, a 10-year-old singer with a history of major health challenges.

"I covered myself. But I do believe with Darci, when I watched it back, she was the one I would say who brought something so few people could do, let alone at that age".

Said Simon Cowell after Farmer's performance, "I think you're gonna win".

Fellow judge Mel B chose Darci as her golden buzzer act earlier in the series, and was similarly gushing with praise, adding: 'You're wonderful. She then added, "Mel B's still my favorite judge, though".

Filipino-American singer Angelica Hale finished second at this year's "America's Got Talent".

Coming in third was Light Balance, followed by Mandy Harvey and Sara & Hero, in fourth and fifth places, respectively. There was a million-dollar prize and a chance at a Vegas show for Farmer, just like Season 2 victor and fellow ventriloquist Terry Fator scored. From there they were dwindled down as Tyra revealed who America voted for.

"We spent about a year together and I taught her".

"You are just hands down incredible", judge Mel B said. This two-hour finale will feature special guest performers and not-to-be-missed surprises. This is a very dark time your life... what gets us through is that light at the end of the tunnel.

Part two of the two-night "America's Got Talent" 2017 season finale aired Wednesday on NBC with the Top 10 finalists hoping they had received America's votes.

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