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The winners of season 18 of America's Got Talent were recently announced, and the coveted title went to Adrian Stoica and his dog Hurricane. Together, they put on a series of comedic performances that melted the judges' hearts. From coordinated stunts to bits of acting, Hurricane proved that she's not only a good kid, but a big star. Stoica and Hurricane were crowned at the show's finale on September 27th.

Earlier in the evening, the pair performed a routine  to Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." This performance seemed to be a homage to old Hollywood, with Hurricane playing a director who seemed to enjoy intimidating his actors on set.

The faithful pup opines on some costume options and takes Stoika backstage before jumping behind the camera. Stoica plays the cardboard version of Judge Sofia Vergara's romantic interest, and the real actress is invited on stage before Hurricane performs the scene's climax. 

Judge Howie Mandel said: "It was amazing. I've never seen anything like it." Panelist Heidi Klum added: "What does love mean?" Hurricane is adorable and the smartest dog I've ever seen. Everything was fascinating. ” Judge Simon Cowell, who is known as a harsh critic, also gave a standing ovation. "She should be in a movie or a musical because she's a star," Cowell praised. As winners, the two won her $1 million as the grand prize and a  spot to headline the live show "America's Got Talent" Presents Her Superstars at the Luxor Theater in Las Vegas. If their fun routine is any indication, this smart dog and her human will definitely be the talk of the town. 

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