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Alex Boyé Takes the America’s Got Talent Stage by Storm

Things are about to get wild on America’s Got TalentAlex Boyé will be taking the stage by storm. In the show’s preview, Boyé is seen dancing with a band mate, followed by a clip where he appears to jump off the stage. As the clips are shown in the preview, the announcer is heard saying, “One act stops the show—literally.” One of the show's judges, Howie Mandel, then asks, “Is he ok?” followed by the show’s host, Nick Cannon, saying, “We have an injury on the side of the stage.” A clearly concerned Howard Stern then turns to his fellow judges and affirms, “He’s on the ground.” The sound of sirens is then heard blaring in the background.

It looks like you will have to tune in at 8/7c, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, to see what the outcome was. Boyé seemed to be in very good spirit on his Facebook page earlier in the week when he announced, "Killed it on stage on America's Got Talent!! I mean this literally … me and my band Changing Lanes Experience performance was so hot, it actually sent me to the hospital!"

In case you are among the few who haven’t heard of the NBC show, America’s Got Talent is a reality series that showcases the talents of performers ranging from acrobats to magicians, comedians, dancers, and musicians. YouTuber and Choir guest artist Lindsey Stirling also appeared on America’s Got Talent and was a quarter-finalist in 2010.

For those of you who were present at the tour preview shows in Salt Lake City last week, you know that Boyé is alive and well and performing folk hymns with the Choir. Boyé will be joining the Choir from June 24–July 7, 2015, for the Atlantic Coast Tour, where he will get the chance to enjoy a much different—and perhaps less dangerous—type of stage performance than the one he experienced on America’s Got Talent.

Join us on the road! Here is a complete list of tour dates for the Choir’s 2015 Atlantic Coast Tour:

Bethesda, Maryland, on June 25»

Bethel Woods, New York, on June 27»

Saratoga Springs, New York, on June 29»

Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on July 1»

Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on July 2»

Yankee Stadium on July 3»

Boston, Massachusetts, on July 6»