Who is America’s Got Talent finalist Glennis Grace?
- Dutch singer Glennis Grace is competing on America’s Got Talent’s 13th season
- She previously represented the Netherlands in the 50th Eurovision song contest
- Glennis got through to the AGT finals by singing Kate Bush’s This Woman’s Work
Glennis Grace is competing in the final round on America’s Got Talent Season 13.
She was bumped through during the most recent episode, in which she wowed the judges with her rendition of Kate Bush’s This Woman’s Work. She got a standing ovation from all four judges.
Glennis will face Shin Lim, Duo Transcend, Michael Ketterer, Zurcaroh, Courtney Hadwin and more in the America’s Got Talent Season 13 finale.
Glennis Grace is competing on season 13 of America’s Got Talent in the final rounds of competition
Glennis Grace is a Dutch singer who previously competed in the Eurovision song contest
Here’s what you need to know about her.
Who is Glennis Grace?
Glennis Grace is a Dutch musician. She was born on June 19, 1978 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Her real name is Glenda Hulita Elisabeth Batta.
She previously competed in the 50th Eurovision Song Contest, representing the Netherlands. She didn’t make it through the preliminaries.
Glennis was first discovered when she appeared on Soundmixshow singing One Moment in Time by Whitney Houston.
She’s part of the Dutch girl group Ladies of Soul with Candy Dulfer, Berget Lewis, Edsilia Rombley and Trijntje Oosterhuis.
Glennis Grace net worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Glennis Grace’s net worth is about $3 million (£2.2m).
Glennis Grace YouTube
Glennis Grace’s most recent performance on America’s Got Talent has been uploaded to the show’s YouTube page. It’s been viewed more than 800,000 times.
America’s Got Talent finale
The America’s Got Talent finale will be split into two parts. The first, which will be the finalist’s last performances, will take place on September 18 with the results show set for the following night.
America’s Got Talent Finalists
- Shin Lim — 26, card magician
- Duo Transcend — husband and wife trapeze artists
- Samuel J. Comroe — 30, stand-up comedian
- Michael Ketterer — 41, singer
- Zurcaroh — acrobats
- Courtney Hadwin — 14, singer
- Brian King Joseph — 27, electric violinist
- Vicki Barbolak — 60, stand-up comic
- Daniel Emmet — 25, opera singer
- Glennis Grace — 40, singer