America's Got Talent: All-Stars crowned self-taught aerialist Aidan Bryant the winner over the show's runner-up, saxophonist Avery Dixon, during the finale that aired Monday night on NBC.

Aidan, 18, was named the winner of America's Got Talent: All-Stars and won the $500,000 grand prize based on Super Fan votes that poured in for the finalists.

"This is crazy! I am so thankful. This is crazy y'all!" Aidan gushed following his victory. "Thank you so much. This means so much to me."

During Monday night's AGT: All-Stars finale broadcast, Aidan performed a routine onstage with American Idol alum and current Queen frontman Adam Lambert. The pair was also joined by another finalist act, The Bello Sisters.

Aidan first competed on Season 16 of America's Got Talent in 2021, where he finished as the runner-up behind magician Dustin Tavella.

"The last time I was on, Season 16, I didn't know what I was doing. I learned literally everything that you've seen in two years," Aidan told People.

"I wasn't super confident with my choreography and music choice, but now that I came back on this season, I was just ready to get it... I am super honored to [be the No. 1 aerialist]."

Saxophonist Avery Dixon finished the competition in second place.

America's Got Talent: All-Stars judge Simon Cowell said there were "no losers" this season and both of the Top 2 acts were "winners, genuinely."

"You could not have done any more... Talent has won tonight!" Simon assured the acts.

Dance group Light Balance Kids placed third during the finale.

After a representative from the group thanked all of the fans and the judges, AGT: All-Stars judge Howie Mandel said this show will be "huge" for their talent, their lives, and for their country [Ukraine].

"We wish you championship light!" Howie said.
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Fourth place went to ventriloquist Ana Maria Margean, who admitted she was "shaking" after the results were read.

"I'm so happy to be here. It's the happiest day of my life," Ana gushed. "Being here is already amazing. I just really want to thank the Super Fans for voting for me, and for me actually coming in fourth place. I'm so grateful."

And finally, magician Aidan McCann finished the show in fifth place.

"It's been so much fun. I'll miss it, but it's been great. Thank you guys!" Aidan McCann said.

America's Got Talent will return this summer with a brand-new season and fresh acts.

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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.