AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Recap: Fourth Hollywood Quarter-Finals eliminations

Team iLuminate on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - Hollywood Quarter-Finals Week 4 | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

Three out of the four acts picked tonight on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Quarter-Finals – Hollywood Week 4 were no big surprise. Team Illuminate, Fatally Unique and Zuma Zuma were as sure a thing as anything can be. What was surprising was that Yellow Designs Stunt Team didn’t make it and comedian Melissa Villasenor did make it. Ousted were the death defying artist Frank Miles, singer Taylor Davis and the Chipettes sounding Avery and the Calico Hearts. Highlights included a funny segment about Howie Mandel running around before the show making wise with the crew and tormenting his co-hosts Sharon Osbourne […]Read On »

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TV Review & Recap: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT – Season 6 – “Hollywood Quarter-Finals” – Week 4

Zuma Zuma perform on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - Quarter Finals - Hollywood Week 4 | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

The next twelve performed on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT tonight hoping for that coveted chance to go to the sixth season semi-finals. A few brought their “A” game and some forgot to bring anything! The competition is heating up. This might be the hardest group to predict who is going through and who is going home. Most stepped up their acts, only a few faltered. It will be interesting to see what America chose as their top three, remember the judges get a pick as well. Shockingly Piers Morgan only buzzed three acts as opposed to his usual four. More shocking […]Read On »

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Recap: Third Hollywood Quarter-Finals eliminations

Professor Splash moves on (pictures with Nick Cannon and Seth Grabel) on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

To mix it up a bit this week on the third week of eliminations during AMERICA’S GOT TALENT: The Quarter Finals, they did something almost too cruel to imagine. Host Nick Cannon called to the stage three acts – Purrfect Angelz, Summerwind Skippers and Ian Johnson. Then, after the traditional looooonngggg pause, Cannon delivered the message to all three acts that “NONE” of you are going to the semi-finals. Man, that’s cold! AGT quickly made up for it when Cannon called out PopLyfe and Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. and told them, after the long pause, they were BOTH going to […]Read On »

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TV Review: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT – Season 6 – “Hollywood Quarter-Finals” – Week 3

POPLYFE perform on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - "Hollywood Quarter-Finals" - Week 3 | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

Twelve more performed on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT during Week 3 of the “Hollywood Quarter-Finals” hoping for the chance to go to the semi finals. None of the hopefuls seemed all that impressive this week. Sure there were a couple of good singers, some adequate novelty acts and maybe a jump roping crew that can really swing their ropes but it doesn’t look like this week will garner the ultimate winner of AGT. However, Piers Morgan only buzzed three acts this week as opposed to buzzing four in each of the past two weeks. Still, it was not an exceptional night. […]Read On »

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Recap: Second Hollywood Quarter-Finals eliminations

Steve Retchless makes it through on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - Hollywood Week Quarter Finals - Elimination 2 | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

There was a big surprise tonight on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT during the second week of the Hollywood Quarter-Finals elimination round. Steven Retchless, the male pole dancer made it to the semi finals! To the chagrin of Piers Morgan, who buzzed Retchless’ act mercilessly, Retchless moves forward with three other acts while eight more acts go home. Of the four acts, the judges picked one while the other three were voted for by the people at home. First to stay was, no surprise, the Silhouettes – the spectacular screen dance group of 42. Next to get in was flamboyant singing sensation […]Read On »

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Recap and Review: “Hollywood Quarter-Finals” – Week 2 (Season 6)

Silhouettes perform on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Hollywood Week 2 - Quarter-Finals | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

The Hollywood quarter-finals competition continues on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT with the next twelve of the remaining 36 vying for the semi finals. However, it was not an exciting night. In fact, it was rather dull with very few exceptions. This week, just like last week, most couldn’t take the heat, easily paving the way for just four to move on to the semi finals with the already four from last week who have made it. Once again, Piers Morgan buzzed four of the 12 acts that, surprisingly, he had something to do with putting through. He is growing ever so […]Read On »

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AMERICA’S GOT TALENT Recap: First Hollywood Quarter-Finals eliminations

Sandou Trio are one of four sets of performers picked during the AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 elimination round | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

No surprises tonight on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT’s top four picks to move onto the semi-finals. The eight acts left behind didn’t cut it and sadly, were the right choices to send home. Of the four acts picked only one was picked by the judges, the other three were voted for by the people at home the previous night. First to stay was Snap Boogie, the hip-hop break dancer with tons of charisma and a ginormous amount of talent. Eliminated were Duo Aero, the acrobatic act and The Fearless Flores Family, the motorcycle stunt family that had no where else to […]Read On »

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TV Review: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT- Season 6 – Hollywood Quarter-Finals – “The First 12 Perform”

Those Funny Little People on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - Hollywood Quarter-Finals -"The First 12 Perform" | ©2011 NBC/Trae Patton

The real competition on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT began tonight with twelve of the top 48 performing. In this, the first quarter finals, only 4 of those 12 will go onto the semi-finals – eight will go home for good. The talent is good but the choice is actually not a difficult one to make. Most of the acts have overstayed their welcome and although cute and creative to see at first now they just have a “been there, done that” vibe to them. Judge Piers Morgan was fed up with quite a few of the acts. He actually buzzed four […]Read On »

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TV Review: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT – Season 6 – “Vegas Week” – Top 48 Revealed

Avery and the Calico Hearts on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - "Vegas Week" | ©2011 NBC/Justin Lubin

Just 17 spots remained to complete the 48 AMERICA’S GOT TALENT finalists moving on to Hollywood for the show’s sixth season. The tension was also high as the standbys were ready, well, most of them. There were the usual suspects in attendance: the magicians, the kid acts, the dancers, the dangerous acts and the singers. By the end of the evening over half of them were sent home by Piers Morgan, Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne and the rest were ecstatic jumping for joy. Only two of the five magicians made it through. Without a much needed polished touch, the […]Read On »

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TV Review: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT – Season 6 – “Vegas Week” – Judges’ Favorites

Serge and Alina on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT - Season 6 - "Vegas Week" | ©2011 NBC/Justin Lubin

They weren’t kidding when they prefaced AMERICA’S GOT TALENT tonight with “Now it gets serious.” No kidding around, over 100 acts were summoned to Vegas and then they were categorized by the judges in three unique areas. The first 12 acts immediately picked were told they didn’t need to audition again. They were going straight to Hollywood for the next round. Then came the judges’ favorites – about 50 performers – who were asked to audition again that night in front of only Piers Morgan, Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne, no audience. Not even Nick Cannon was allowed his comic […]Read On »

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