A new 'All Star' version of Got Talent has been revealed - but who's competing and what's the air date of The Champions?
America’s Got Talent: The Champions will air on NBC in the States and feature notable contestants from the US series as well as Got Talent shows from across the globe.
Terry Crews will host the show with Simon Cowell, Mel B, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum as judges.
The air date for America’s Got Talent: The Champions has been confirmed for January 7, 2019.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions contestants
Here are the contestants taking part from Britain's Got Talent:
Ashleigh and Sully - Dancing Dog Act
Attraction - Shadow Theatre Group
Billy & Emily England - Extreme Rollerskating Duo
Issy Simpson - Magician
Paul Potts - Opera Singer
Susan Boyle - Singer
Darcy Oake - Illusionist
Lost Voice Guy - Comedian
Light Balance - Dancers
Tokio Myers - Pianist
Alex Magala - Sword Swallower
They join the following full list of contestants who are on the All Star America’s Got Talent: The Champions:
Angelica Hale - Singer
Bianca Ryan - Singer
Brian Justin Crum - Singer
The Clairvoyants - Mentalist Duo
Colin Cloud - Mentalist
Cosentino - Escape Artist
Courtney Hadwin - Singer
Cristina Ramos - Opera/Rock Singer
Darci Lynne Farmer - Singing Ventriloquist
DDF Crew - Jump rope dancers
Deadly Games - Extreme Knife Throwers
DJ Arch Jnr - DJ
Drew Lynch - Comedian
Jackie Evancho - Singer
Jon Dorenbos - Magician
Justice Crew - Dance Troupe
Kechi Okwuchi - Singer
Kenichi Ebina - Dancer
Kseniya Simonova - Sand Artist
Moonlight Brothers - Dancers
Paul Zerdin - Ventriloquist
Piff the Magic Dragon - Comedian
Preacher Lawson - Comedian
Prince Poppycock - Opera singer
The Professional Regurgitator - Regurgitator
Ryan Stock & AmberLynn - Sideshow Duo
Sal Valentinetti - Singer
Samuel J. Comroe - Comedian
Sara and Hero - Dog Act
Shin Lim - Magician
Sofie Dossi - Contortionist
Sons of Serendip - Band
Tape Face - Mime
Taylor Williamson - Comedian
The Texas Tenors - Country/Classical Vocal Group
Tom Cotter - Comedian
Uzeyer Novruzov - Acrobat
Vicki Barbolak - Comedian
Viktor Kee - Juggler
Speaking about the new special previously, Simon said: “I have always wanted to have a competition show for the very best of the best ‘Got Talent’ acts from around the world.
“The variety and the talents of the acts who enter ‘Got Talent’ globally are incredible and unbelievable. Since ‘America’s Got Talent’ was where it all started, I’m absolutely delighted to be launching this on NBC.”
The show will mark a big comeback for Susan Boyle, who became one of Britan's Got Talent's biggest stars after her audition - which saw her singing I Dreamed A Dream - went viral.
Although she didn't actually win the series, with dance group Diversity taking the title, Susan was signed by Simon and has since released a number of albums.
Meanwhile, Simon recently praised Susan - nicknamed SuBo - alongside series one winner Paul Potts for making the show. Both will be competing in the all Stars series.
"I think her and Paul in particular, they defined the show which is giving the underdog a shot and then they had a career, and I don’t think another show could have done that," Simon said.
The latest series of Britain's Got Talent was won by comedian Lost Voice Guy in June, who will also be competing.