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.
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.
Ready or not St. Louis, here comes ‘America’s Got Talent.’ In this episode they visit the industrial city to figure out who else is worthy enough to make it to the next round. By the way, is it just us or does Nick Cannon always wear that outfit?
So far, we’ve seen some of the best and the most absolutely absurd acts that this nation’s cities have to offer, so how can Tampa Bay, Florida top them all? We’re about to find out in these next two episodes of ‘America’s Got Talent,’ a reality competition that has everyone’s attention.
‘Iron Man 3‘ began filming this month yet we’re still finding out about more actors who are appearing on set. Yesterday Jon Favreau revealed that he’ll be reprising his role as Happy Hogan in the sequel. Today? Some information that just might be a bit cooler.
We’re in Day Two of the New York portion of auditions for ‘America’s Got Talent,’ and the judges are prepared to see anything happen on that stage. Will Howard Stern make another kid cry with his decision? Will somebody finally break a couple of bones on this show? One of the greatest things about auditions is that you never know what kind of act – or possible star – will stand up on that stage and perform. Here’s hoping that this time around we get more good acts than bad.
The show begins with the gigantic text that says “The revolution began,” but what kind of crazy acts will we be able to see this week? Between the crazy dance moves of Turf and awesome musical talents of Tim Hockenberry, San Francisco is a tough act to follow. But we are in New York City, where the heart of U.S. theater resides, there has to be some talent in this city that’s ready to get on the stage for this week’s ‘America’s Got Talent.’
We’re still in the middle of the audition process for ‘America’s Got Talent,’ so at this point audiences are prepared to see anything from the sweet to the absolutely absurd. What better place to find that all than in San Francisco?
It has to be one heck of a sight to see, being able to be an audience member and watch David Letterman interview Conan O’Brien. They’re easily both kings of late night talk shows and have been adored by the masses for years. Now they’re meeting up once more, making plenty of late night talk show fans very happy.
There’s usually a thick blanket of anxiety that sweeps over contestants and audience members alike when the results portion of the show comes about. Nobody likes seeing their favorites go home, but in this particular results episode of ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ we’re seeing a double elimination. Ouch. Not fun.
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