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This 15-year-old Utah singer is prepping for her next ‘AGT’ show. Here’s when it airs

Five months ago, the 15-year-old country singer from Logan, Utah, wowed the show’s judges with her original song, ‘One Way Ticket to Tennessee.’ But shortly following that audition, everything started shutting down — schools, restaurants and ‘AGT.’

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Kenadi Dodds, a 15-year-old country singer from Logan, Utah, is featured during her audition for “AGT” back in March. Dodds will next appear on the show Sept. 1, for the last round of the quarterfinals.

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Kenadi Dodds is getting ready to go on “America’s Got Talent” again.

Five months ago, the 15-year-old country singer from Logan, Utah, wowed the show’s judges with her original song, “One Way Ticket to Tennessee.” But shortly following that audition, everything started shutting down — schools, restaurants and “AGT.”

After finishing out the audition round virtually, “AGT” resumed filming in June. With a number of safety precautions in place, four weeks of live shows kicked off Aug. 11.

Tuesday marks the third week of the live shows. Dodds has yet to appear, but the singer recently posted on Facebook that she is on “AGT” ground and has been rehearsing for her next performance.

“First day of America’s Got Talent rehearsals. I can’t believe I’m here!” she posted on Monday. “Hopefully you all are getting ready to vote! I’m so excited for you guys to hear my song!”

According to a Fremantle representative, though, Dodds is not on tonight’s show, meaning fans can expect to see her during the last quarterfinal round on Sept. 1.

Who’s on tonight?

Here are the 11 acts featured on tonight’s episode, according to information sent to the Deseret News:

  • Alan Silva (aerial act)
  • Annie Jones (singer)
  • Bone-Breakers (contortion group)
  • Cristina Rae (singer)
  • Dance Town Family (dance group)
  • Malik DOPE (drummer)
  • Max Major (mentalist)
  • Nolan Neal (singer)
  • Sheldon Riley (singer)
  • Usama Siddiquee (comedian)
  • W.A.F.F.L.E Crew (dance group)

Where is Simon Cowell?

  • After falling off an electric bike and breaking his back earlier this month, Simon Cowell underwent a six-hour surgery, according to the Deseret News. The 60-year-old TV personality had several fusions and a metal rod put into his back.
  • “He’s taking it easy but doing well,” a source close to Cowell told People. “Simon is already back at work and he’s been working on email on his iPad and speaking to a few on his team.”

  • Since the accident, Kelly Clarkson and Kenan Thompson have filled in for Cowell on the live shows.
  • Tuesday morning, a Fremantle representative told the Deseret News that there is “no news to report on a Simon Cowell ‘fill in.’”

How do the live shows work?

  • The live shows take place at Universal Studios Hollywood where, with strict safety precautions in place, acts either perform on a soundstage, in a theme park or at the backlot, the Deseret News previously reported.

  • The last quarterfinal round will air next week. In total, 22 acts will advance to the semifinal round — 20 acts moving forward based on viewer votes, and two wild-cards selected by the judges.
  • The winner of “AGT” will be revealed Sept. 23.