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Kseniya Simonova
Kseniyasimonova
Information
Age (at audition) 33
Sex Female
Act Sand Artist
Seasons The Champions
Position Reached 3rd Place

Kseniya Simonova was a sand artist act from America's Got Talent: The Champions. She finished the competition in 3rd place.

Background

Kseniya Simonova is a sand animation artist, the 2009 winner of the TV contest Ukraine’s Got Talent, which is part of the Got Talent series. She is a performance artist in sand animation, graphic artist, illustrator, film director and a philanthropist, and is a Merited Artist of Ukraine. [1]

Kseniya provided the animations for Mika Newton's performance of her song "Angel" at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest in Düsseldorf, Germany, which finished in 4th place in the grand final.  She also did the animations for Anna Odobescu of Moldova at the 2019 contest in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Champions Preliminary

Kseniya Simonova's Preliminary performance in Episode TC05 consisted of telling a story through sand art about an person who grew up to become a famous artist and over time forgot his parents.  Howie Mandel , Mel B , Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell all gave her standing ovations.  Moved by her performance, Terry Crews pressed his Golden Buzzer, sending Kseniya directly to the Final.

The Champions Final

Kseniya Simonova's Finals performance in Episode TC06 consisted of telling a story through sand art about how a couple and family were affected by war with a theme of love.  Howie Mandel , Mel B , Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell all gave her standing ovations.

The Champions Finale

In Episode TC07, the superfans gave Kseniya enough votes to enter the Top 5 along with Shin Lim instead of Deadly Games. Kseniya finished the competition in 3rd place, ahead of Cristina Ramos and Preacher Lawson, but behind Shin Lim and Darci Lynne.

As a thank you for her time on The Champions, Kseniya did a sand art tribute to her fellow finalists, host Terry Crews, and the judges.

After the Show

Kseniya will be competing on Britain's Got Talent: The Champions. [2]

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