'America's Got Talent' Predictions: Differing Opinions on a Split Bill

Boy, did this just get tricky. Normally, I start out these America's Got Talent prediction articles by listing the acts that won't be moving on and then explaining why. But this time around, I was planning on starting with the two performers who, in my mind, distanced themselves far from the rest of the competition and are so deserving of advancement that it would be a travesty if any other acts were even considered over them. Read More...

'America's Got Talent' is the Number 1 Show of the Night By An 85 Percent Margin Among ABC, CBS, NBC & FOX

NBC is the #1 network among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox Tuesday night in adults 18-49 and total viewers, led by "America's Got Talent," the #1 show of the night on those networks in 18-49, total viewers and all other key measures.

'America's Got Talent' Performance Rankings: Quarterfinals Part 4

Our rankings for the fourth group of acts to perform live in the quarterfinals of America's Got Talent season 8.  Read More...

'America's Got Talent': Cami Bradley and Timber Brown steal the show

Time for Week 4 of "America's Got Talent's" Season 8 live shows, which featured a couple very strong acts. Just for the record, we weren't able to recap last week because of a work committment, but we were disappointed that illusionist Leon Etienne & Romy Low and comedian Jim Meskimen were eliminated. If there's a wild card show, we hope they come back. But good for Chicago Boyz and Jonathan Allen.Anyway, on to tonight's acts. The stand-outs for us were Timber Brown and Cami Bradley. Brown is very talented and very Las Vegas. Bradley isn't so much Vegas, but she's a good singer and her rendition of "Do You Believe in Life After Love" was great. The audience seemed to really like Taylor Williamson, though we didn't find him that funny. Jimmy Rose we're torn on -- the audience loved him and he got the pimp spot, but the actual tone to his voice is...

'America's Got Talent' Quarterfinals Part 4 Preview: Some Frontrunners Set to Hit the Stage

After the strongest group of America's Got Talent quarterfinalists hit the stage last week, we're poised for another big night on the Radio City Music Hall stage tonight. Two of my "one act to watch" contestants are set to perform, one of whom I project sticking around until the very end. But before we preview the 12 acts that will vie for four spots in the semifinals, let's get to the real headline. Read More...

'America's Got Talent' Predictions: The Toughest Cuts Yet

Heading into the third quarterfinals performance show of America's Got Talent Tuesday night, my expectations were actually quite low. And that was mainly because, after looking forward to certain acts the previous two shows, I was pretty disappointed, and this crop didn't look too promising. But, wow, was I wrong. It was a big, big night, and that unfortunately means no matter who advances to the semifinals, there are going to be some worthy acts heading home.