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Sharpe Family Singers was a vocal group from Season 18 of America's Got Talent. They were eliminated in the Semifinals.

Background[]

Music runs deep through the genes of the Sharpe Family Singers. Based in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, this tight-knit clan has been singing together for as long as they have been a family. Parents Ron and Barbra met over 30 years ago when they were actors in a Broadway production of "Les Misérables," and they soon began building a production of their own with daughter Samantha and sons Logan, Connor and Aidan. They rose to fame in 2021 when a video of their performance went viral on TikTok, quickly changing their lives forever. The family credits "America's Got Talent" with helping them reach a wide audience and having a memorable experience for generations to come.

In 2021, the eldest daughter Samantha auditioned for the nineteenth season of American Idol and was eliminated at the Hollywood Round. Her family sung "Into the Unknown" from Frozen II by Idina Menzel at her audition for the judges.

Audition[]

Sharpe Family Singers audition in Episode 1805 consisted of performing Auli’i Cravalho's “How Far I’ll Go” from the movie Moana. All 4 judges voted "Yes", sending them to the next round.

Deliberations[]

Sharpe Family Singers was chosen to advance to the Semifinals.

Semifinals[]

Sharpe Family Singers' Semifinals performance in Episode 1812 consisted of singing Kansas' "Carry On Wayward Son". Howie Mandel buzzed the act. They did not receive enough votes to enter the top 5 of the night in Episode 1813, eliminating them from the competition instead of Alfie Andrew.

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