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The America’s Got Talent results show will tell us who of the twelve acts that performed on Tuesday will move forward onto the semi finals. America had it tough as they had to choose the final four contestants filling those spots. Before we get to the results, Trains hits the AGT stage. They are always a crowd pleaser.
Now, the time has come for the first set of results. The Virginia State University Gospel Chorale, Dave Finley, and Selena Mykenzie Gordon, are asked to step forward by Nick Cannon. The act going into the semi finals is Dave Fenley. Mel B expressed her happiness and cannot wait to see him perform again. The next result features, 2Unique, Sam Johnson, Catapult Entertainment, and Melody Caballero. The act going to the semi finals is Catapult Entertainment! Howard said America got it right, and said their performance is the best he has ever seen onstage.
The comedian, Tom Cotter, last year’s runner up, takes the stage. He graces us with his funny presence and has everyone laughing. The results show continues this time with sibling rivalry Ruby and Jonas, and D’Angelo and Amanda. The one going through is D’Angelo and Amanda. Ruby immediately starts crying and her brother D’Angelo consoles her.
The remaining acts step forward, John Wing, Sprice, and Duo Resonance. Nick announces that the act leaving the competition is Sprice. Now the judges have to decide who they want to put through. They must choose between a comedian and an acrobat. Nick calls Heidi first and she chooses Duo Resonance. It is Howie’s turn to pick and he chooses John Wing. Mel B admits they are both so different. She says she must go with her gut and she chooses John Wing. Howard then chooses John Wing. However, Heidi then expresses she wants to use her wild card and she uses it with Duo Resonance. Then Mel B says she wants to use her wild card, and she says there’s a song she cannot get out of her head, and that is BOOTY.
The time has come, the semi finals is upon us and next Tuesday it all begins. America’s Got Talent airs Tuesday and Wednesday night’s on NBC.
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