"America's Got Talent" host Terry Crews sees future stars in all the contestants reaching the live quarterfinals, even if they don't manage to win the show.
51-year-old Terry Crews delivered an encouraging message for the contestants who may not make it to the next round or win the competition.
The host claimed that all the quarterfinalists are "stars" in their own right without even winning the competition.
He added that winning or losing wouldn't make much difference to their stardom as they have already proved their talent.
“It doesn’t stop them, whatever happens, this is just the beginning.”
Further addressing his Golden Buzzer pick, the Detroit Youth Choir, Crews predicted that they are on their way to big accomplishments.
He advised the group to continue performing the way they have performed so far. Recalling the moment when the group had him in tears and the panel of judges up on their feet, Crews called for the group to remember their achievements so far.
“The thing is they already won, that’s what they have to know. They already won by coming here, just by getting the chance to be here. You know how many times in life we don’t enjoy our wins simply because we’re looking beyond it?"
However, the season 14 host for the singing reality show refused to guess the competition's exact winner, who will also walk out with cash prize of $1 million.
For Crews, each contestant is putting in their best effort and are talented in their own unique way. He called chosing a winner from the pool of such talents a "subjective" thing.
Crews is not the only judge to send a contestant directly into the live shows by pressing the Golden Buzzer.
Previosly, television personality Jay Leno, who appeared as guest judge, also used his Golden Buzzer to send 10-year-old opera singer, Emanne Beasha, into the quarterfinals.