'America's Got Talent': 'Truck Drivers Aren't Supposed to Cry' and more weird acts


After an underwhelming Seattle episode, let's hope Houston and Minneapolis can bounce things back for "America's Got Talent."The first audition from Houston is The Rhinestone Ropers, a Wild West skill show that may not be "Vegas" exactly but is impressive nonetheless. Dan does most of the actual tricks, with Melody acting as his victim assistant. Oops, spoke too soon as Melody shoots water balloons while spinning on a giant board. Very cool. They are through, of course.The Ropers kick off a Good Montage: Mona Lisa, twin girls who sing "Killing Me Softly" and are decidedly better than those schmuck twins from last night; Charles Peachock, who juggles in black light, which is kinda meh for me, but he's through; and The Perfect Angels, a Hooters-esque dance troupe that has Piers drooling on his tie.Daniel Joseph Baker is up next. He compares himself to Xtina, Lady Gaga and Nicole Scherzinger. Hmm. We'll see about that. It's...



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