It’s been a long road getting to the quarterfinals in ‘America’s Got Talent‘ but here we are. Now it’s time to shrink down the group of contestants so more as America decides once again who they like better out of these twelve performers.
Last night we saw our share of wonderful and awful performances during ‘America’s Got Talent.’ But this time America chooses who they want. Let’s see if America made the right choices in the results show.
Last week we were able to experience the judges finally being stern with the contestants as they peeled off a layer of poor talent among the bunch. Now we’re about to check out the first live show of this season’s ‘America’s Got Talent.’ Who will crack under pressure? Hopefully not too many contestants. That gets difficult to watch after awhile.
For the past two nights we were exposed to most of the selected talent who the judges deemed as their favorites. We saw a few slip ups, and a couple of heart break eliminations along the way, but the judges are done playing around. They were kind during the first round, letting some of the lamer acts make it to the second round, but not this time. Finally, ‘America’s Got Talent‘ got really interesting.
Last night we witnessed not only a couple of contestants immediately being thrown out of the competition but seeing some others blowing their big chance to make it big. Yes, we’re in the midst of “Vegas Week” here in ‘America’s Got Talent‘ and the intensity, for some, is just too much to bear.
After weeks of auditions, we’re finally with the judges in Las Vegas for the next round of ‘America’s Got Talent.’ We’ve seen the worst and now have the supposed best on stage. But will those chosen to move forward be able to deliver their superb talent to the judges a second time? We’ll just have to watch and see.
We’re at the last leg of the audition tour, and boy has it been a ride so far. We’ve seen some amazing acts and, well, others we wish we could just forget. But we’re watching ‘America’s Got Talent,’ so we’re pretty much prepared to see anything happen on that stage.
We’ve seen a number of truly ridiculous game shows that have come and went. But none seem as possibly hilarious to watch as the latest show that CBS has tucked into their pocket thanks to a successful bidding war.
What makes Florida so great? No, not the faux zombie apocalypse, but rather the people. There’s all sorts of individuals residing in Tampa Bay, Florida who are yearning to have their chance in the spotlight. Luckily for them, ‘America’s Got Talent‘ gives them that opportunity. But the question is: will they shine or flub on their first try out on that stage.
Back right before ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ came out, director Michael Bay said several times that he wasn’t going to touch the Autobots or the Decepticons ever again once the trilogy was completed. Well, the trilogy is done and here we are on the heels of yet another Michael Bay ‘Transformers’ movie. But that’s not the big news.
During the judges’ first day in Austin, Texas they clearly saw some of the potential skill and talent that the midwestern city has to offer. Now we’re on day two of their trip to the culturally rich city in tonight’s episode of ‘America’s Got Talent.’ Who will royally embarrass themselves on stage? We have no idea, but here’s hoping there’s a lot of folk like that on the show tonight.
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