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'America's Got Talent' Predictions: Which 4 Acts Will Be the First Semifinalists?

The America's Got Talent live season is officially under way, with a rather lackluster group kicking things off at Radio City Music Hall in New York City Tuesday night. But that's just fine for me, since none of my "one acts to watch" were among the first 12 quarter-finalists to perform. Just get to wait a little longer to be proven completely wrong, ya know? The biggest surprise of the night had to be the KriStef Brothers, who ramped up the comedy portion of their strongman routine with hilarious and very uncomfortable results. Still, I think they were easily the best act in the show. Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-got-talent/americas-got-talent-prediction-50713.aspx

'America's Got Talent' Season 8 live shows: Branden James, Kristef Brothers kick things off right

"America's Got Talent" Season 8 started the Radio City Music Hall shows Tuesday night (July 23), with the first 12 acts performing live in front of a packed house plus millions of viewers. Which acts stood out?In this round, four acts advance and for us, those acts are Anne Christine, the young singer; Collins Key, the magician; the Kristef Brothers, acrobats; and Branden James, singer. They all did a great job, with the Kristef act really impressing us with not only their talent, but their humor. There were other strong acts that could advance, like dance group Hype, which had terrific choreography, or Tell A Vision, the group that combines iLuminate, Silhouettes and "So You Think You Can Dance."Other than those six, we would be very surprised if any other acts advanced. Aaralyn and Izzy are adorable children, but the act is terrible. The comic was terrible. The rock band was nothing special. Alexanderia the... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/07/americas-got-talent-season-8-live-shows-branden-james-kristef-brothers-kick-things-off-right.html

'America's Got Talent' Quarterfinals Part 1 Preview: The Live Shows Begin at Radio City Music Hall

After what seemed like an endless number of trips through some of America's greatest cities (and Los Angeles), we have finally arrived at the live shows of America's Got Talent , at the famed Radio City Music Hall in New York City. It's quite the upgrade from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, which they basically still billed as New York City anyway. It's like when Kevin McCallister gets off the plane in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York and sees Midtown Manhattan from the airport window. Sorry, Mr. Culkin, both LaGuardia and JFK are in Queens, and Newark Liberty is in Newark. No views like that at any of our airports. //www.buddytv.com/articles/americas-got-talent/americas-got-talent-preview-th-50690.aspx