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Crystal Powell was a comedian from Season 15 of America's Got Talent. She was eliminated in the Judge Cuts.


Powell has performed across the country at L.A’s Laugh Factory, the San Diego Civic Center, and the Los Angeles, Ontario, Palm Beach, Arlington and Houston Improv Comedy Clubs, was chosen as a feature comic for the Laugh Out Loud comedy festival in 2018, and has appeared alongside fellow comics such as Kevin Hart, Mike Epps, Rodney Perry, Damon Williams, and Rudy Rush.  She hosted a four-day event in honor of National Humor Month that made citywide headlines in Houston.

The Prairie View A&M University graduate is an active SAG/AFTRA member, appearing in the 2020 Lionsgate movie #2MinutesofFame with Katt Williams and KeKe Palmer; the 2018 film My B.F.F. starring Malik Yoba; Ball Don’t Lie featuring Nick Cannon, Ludacris and Rosanna Arquette; and making a guest appearance on the Emmy-nominated Jimmy Kimmel Live show.  She has appeared on major network affiliates for FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, The CW, TV One, and SiriusXM radio show Sway in the Morning.

In 2016, Powell was chosen from hundreds of hopefuls to represent top comics around the country for Hart’s new TV show, Hart of the City; she was the only female comic representing Texas. The show premiered on Comedy Central on October 2, 2016, and was part of a two show creation deal that Hart inked with the network.  Powell was also the only comedian chosen to perform at Super Bowl Live during Super Bowl LI in 2017.  She has also appeared as a guest correspondent on long-running Fox TV show Dish Nation. [1]


Crystal Powell's audition in Episode 1506 consisted of telling jokes. Howie Mandel, Eric Stonestreet, Sofia Vergara, and Simon Cowell all voted "Yes", sending her to the next round.

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Crystal Powell was automatically eliminated from the competition without performing, though her result was not televised.

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