Adrian Stoica and Hurricane win Season 18 finale of 'AGT'

Forget happy tears. The "America's Got Talent" champion is waging its tail. Adrian Stoica and Hurricane, a dog-owning team who won over viewers all season with their endearing physical humor.

Were named the NBC talent competition champions during the Season 18 conclusion on Wednesday night.

Before host Terry Crews declared the duo had won a $1 million prize and a headline spot in Las Vegas, Stoica and his canine buddy faced off against magician Anna Deguzman.

With a lovely date-night routine that saw Hurricane serve as wing-pooch while Stoica prepared for a phony romantic adventure with judge Sofa Vergara.

Stoica and Hurricane were shooting for "AGT" victory going into the finale.According to judge Simon Cowell, "it was like the dog was acting and performing" on Tuesday. 

'AGT's' Season 18 finale saw Adrian Stoica and Hurricane triumph.   

"We saw 'Beverly Hills Chihuahua' last night, and Hurricane is superior to every dog in that film. She is a star, so she ought to be in a play or a musical.

Here are the additional events from Wednesday's conclusion.Her soaring voice has propelled Lavender Darcangelo to the pinnacle of pop balladry.

In a moving rendition of Diane Warren's soul pop ballad "Only Love Can Hurt Like This," Darcangelo joined the Grammy-winning songwriter on stage. 

The song was originally performed by English singer Paloma Faith. Darcangelo was joined by Warren at the keyboard.

Warren then ordered the vocalist, "Lavender, keep singing like that." "What an incredible performance."

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