America's Got Talent determined its Top 4 fifth-season acts during Wednesday night's live broadcast of the NBC reality competition series.

Jackie Evancho, a 10-year-old opera singer from Pittsburgh, PA, Michael Grimm, a 30-year-old musician and singer from Henderson, NV, John "Prince Poppycock" Quale, a 32-year-old opera singer from Los Angeles, CA, and Fighting Gravity, a 13-man special-effects performance group from Blacksburg, VA, were revealed to have finished as the Top 4 vote-getters after Tuesday night's live performance show which featured the season's Top 10 acts performing for home viewer votes.

The voting results eliminated pre-teen ballroom dancers Anna and Patryk, singing sisters Christina & Ali, magician Michael Grasso, musician and singer Taylor Mathews, dance crew Studio One Young Beast Society, and stunt bike rider Jeremy Vanschoonhoven from America's Got Talent's fifth season.

Now that the season's Top 4 finalists have been determined, they will once again perform live on America's Got Talent's final fifth-season performance show on Tuesday, September 14, after which home viewers will be able to vote for their favorite acts.

America's Got Talent's fifth-season champion will then be revealed during the season's live two-hour finale on Wednesday, September 15.  The winner will receive a $1,000,000 cash prize and headline this fall's America's Got Talent national tour.
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