Interview with AGT finalists

See the finalists on 'America's Got Talent'

NEW YORK, NY (Mass Appeal)  Tomorrow night, the six finalists on America’s got talent will vie to win one million dollars and a headline show in Las Vegas!  Two of those finalists Quintavious Johnson, and singer Emily West, spoke with us about their feelings heading into the finals.

About Quintavious Johnson
Twelve-year-old Quintavious Johnson starting singing in his church in Franklin, Tennessee at age three, and joined the youth choir at age five. He has sung the National Anthem for the Franklin Cowboys, Franklin Baseball Club and Nashville Sounds. In 2012, he won Demi Lobo’s “Most Talented Under 12” competition in Chicago. In 2013, he was a guest of singer Jimmy Wayne and performed at the Grand Ole Opry. Quintavious enjoys singing at local churches, meetings and sporting events, and he looks forward to singing in front of the audience at Radio City Music Hall.

About Emily West
Singer-songwriter Emily West, from Waterloo, Iowa, moved to Nashville at age 18 and had some success as a country music artist. But a few months ago, she wanted a clean slate, so she sold her car, packed her bags for New York City and never looked back. Emily’s dream is to have a one-woman show that tells stories through her songs. Her music inspirations include Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Rufus Wainwright and Antony and the Johnsons. Emily wears her heart on her sleeve and looks forward to sharing her music with America.

About America’s Got Talent:
“America’s Got Talent,” NBC’s top-rated summer series from producer Simon Cowell’s Syco Television and FremantleMedia North America, returns this summer with the hottest performers from across the country ready to compete in the blockbuster reality show’s ninth season. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel return as judges and Nick Cannon returns as host.

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