Brian Justin Crum is gearing up for the upcoming semifinals in “America’s Got Talent” Season 11 on Tuesday night.

Just recently, the male crooner shared a photo via Instagram featuring a group of people who have been helping him with his performances on the hit NBC reality TV show. Crum expressed his gratitude, love and admiration for his team for inspiring him week in and week out.

This week, Crum is once again expected to sing his heart out for a spot in the finals. During his first audition, he performed a cover of Radiohead’s hit song “Creep.” In the quarterfinals, he performed Phil Collins’ song “In the Air Tonight.”

Meanwhile, there are some ongoing predictions suggesting that either Crum or his fellow contestant Grace Vanderwaal could win the $1 million grand prize this season. According to Gold Derby, readers have predicted that Crum has the higher chance at winning in “America’s Got Talent” Season 11. However, Vanderwaal is close behind, and she’s followed by NFL superstar and magician Jon Dorenbos and Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer pick Calysta Bevier.

In other news, 10 other acts will be performing at the Dolby Theater stage next week, but only five will make it to the finals. Crum will be joined by contortionist Sofie Dassi, all-male singing group Linkin’ Bridge, kid magician Kadan Bart Rockett, singer Bevier, professional juggler Viktor Kee, country singer Kadie Lynn Roberson, Rubik’s Cube magician Steven Brundage, mentalists The Clairvoyants, singer Jayna Brown and wild card contestant The Passing Zone, according to NBC.

As of late, the five acts who have already made it through to the finals include Vanderwaal, Dorenbos, Sal Valentinetti, Laura Bretan and Tape Face.

“America’s Got Talent” Season 11 airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

Brian Justin Crum Brian Justin Crum is preparing for his upcoming performance in "America's Got Talent" Season 11 semifinals. Pictured: Brian Justin Crum at the "America's Got Talent" Live Show at Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Calif. on Aug. 23, 2016. Photo: Getty Images/Mike Windle.