It’s Judge Cuts on this season 11 of America’s Got Talent. Twenty acts perform but only seven will go through to the live shows at the Dolby Theatre (apologies in advance for saying Radio City Music Hall in my previous reviews. I thought that the show would be doing their live shows there again this year). I’ve kind of "predicted" a few of the acts that went through, including Ne-Yo’s Golden Buzzer act. READ MORE...
The host broke the rules and hit the Golden Buzzer for Miss Dorothy Williams... Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/nick-cannon-has-a-thing-for-this-90-year-old-burlesque-dancer-on-americas-got-talent-11022584647086266374/
This nonagenarian is proving being sexy is all about confidence. Dorothy Williams, a 90-year-old widow from Hawaii, wowed the Americas Got Talent judges on Tuesday nights final audition show with an unlikely routine for a senior citizen a striptease. Dressed in a red sequined evening gown, red feather boa and white hat and gloves,... Read More... http://nypost.com/2016/07/06/90-year-old-stuns-americas-got-talent-judges-with-striptease-act/
America's Got Talent is open to everyone. No matter what you do, who you are or how incredibly vague your "talent" is, you can perform in front of the judges on America's Got Talent . (Well, you can perform in front of the judges after what has to be a long vetting process to prove you are at least entertaining enough to be on TV.) So though it may go against the core idea of America's Got Talent , here are 5 type of acts we wish would be banned forever. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-got-talent/the-5-types-of-talent-acts-ame-60474.aspx
In a sneak peek for Americas Got Talent, a married couple wows the audience by channeling Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell in a performance of Youre All I Need to Get By. The Smiths often perform as background vocalists for Alicia Keys and Estelle, they told the audience. When the duo launched into their performance, the crowd stood up to dance along, while judgesHeidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel and Simon Cowell watched in astonishment. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/americas-got-talent-married-couple-jams-exclusive-video/
4 episodes of America's Got Talent have aired in season 11, and 4 episodes have ended with a Golden Buzzer being pushed during the auditions. All the members of the judges' panel have now got a metaphorical horse in the race for the live shows having each pressed their Golden Buzzer. All Golden Buzzer acts are not created equal, though. Only 1 of these lucky talents can win the final prize of America's Got Talent. We are going to look at the talent, backstory and personality of each the judges' Golden Buzzer picks and see who has the best shot of winning the whole thing. . Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-got-talent/which-of-these-4-golden-buzzer-60378.aspx
The Philadelphia Eagles long snapper does amazing card trick for the judges... Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/xXn_W5nQ70w/jon-dorenbos-americas-got-talent
Simon Cowell used the coveted Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent and it wasn't just for any ordinary contestant. The judge and executive producer sent 16-year-old Calysta Bevier, a... Read More... http://www.eonline.com/news/774748/cancer-survivor-calysta-bevier-wows-simon-cowell-on-america-s-got-talent?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews
As Bill King pointed out in his recap of the third round of auditions for season 11 , America's Got Talent used to be a very singer-friendly show. Yet when Howard Stern came on board, the competition switched to focusing more and more on the variety acts and it paid off. Some of the biggest success stories to come out of America's Got Talent have been the variety and novelty acts. It's been the magicians, ventriloquists and dancing dogs that have been the biggest winners of America's Got Talent ,not the singers. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-got-talent/why-theres-a-problem-with-the-60300.aspx
Another week, another batch, for lack of a better word, of auditions on America’s Got Talent. Some acts deserved to go through while others just baffle me to no end that the judges would allow them to go through to the next round. I could barely contain my shock when the judges put a group of senior dancers through. I mean, kudos to them for still being able to dance, but from what I have seen, it’s John who does the most dancing. Seems that he doesn’t need the four ladies there. He can be a one-man dance act. I’m curious to see what they can bring to the next round, but I doubt that they will last for very long once the competition heats up. READ MORE...