‘America’s Got Talent’ Week 16, Night 1: TV Recap

On Tuesday night, "America’s Got Talent"reached the final night of performances before a winner is determined. Host Nick Cannon reminded viewers that more than 100,000 acts auditioned for the show this season, and through judge selections and of course the voting public only four now remain in the competition: singer Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., electrified dance group Team iLuminate, teen band Poplyfe, and performance art troupe Silhouettes.

Murphy went first, and while his Sinatra-style crooning doesn’t have much of the range of the forebears whose songs he performs, his rendition of "My Way" offered an epic finale to an arduous audition process. Standing confidently in a white tuxedo as Cannon solicited responses from the judges, Murphy knew he nailed it. Judge Piers Morgan said, "you sang that absolutely from your heart, and that was a million-dollar performance." Mandel went out on a limb early, saying, "there’s a real good chance that you just sealed the deal." Read More...



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