In case you missed or want to watch again some of the acts from the America’s Got Talent Season 7, we’ve embedded them below. Which ones are your early favorites?
A once homeless street dancer twists and contorts his way to the big stage
Recovering alcoholic Tim Hockenberry sends out a beautiful message to the mother of his child.
Festooned with feathers and sequins, Vegas performer Kotton Kandy gives it his best shot.
Funk Beyond Control
The young dance group wows the crowd with its routine set to James Brown’s “Get Up Off That Thing.”
54-year-old nurse Luiz Meneghin pursues his dream: to sing and be loved by thousands
Emily Anne Band, Kellen Erskine, Lion Dance Me
An alternative singing group, a stand-up comic and a group of lion dancers all make the grade.
Unlikely instrumentalist Michael Nejad takes the judges and the audience by storm.
80-year-old rapping Granny G has a message for the randy young men in the audience.
Not Quite Enough
The judges pass on The Seattle Cossacks motorcycle act, Annie Oakley dog and pony show and scantily clad singer Dia Grace
Jarrett & Raja, Micah Gregorio, Mike Price
The judges are impressed with pianist and magician duo, Jarrett & Raja, 14-year-old songbird Micah and juggler Mike Price.
17-year-old student Cristin Sandu demonstrates an amazing act of balance
Despite his professed love for Sharon, Mr. Special can’t get a rise out of the judges.
David Garibaldi and His CMYKs
Speed painter David Garibaldi and his team of dancers create a masterpiece in a moment.
Local boy Dave Burleigh makes good with his spot-on takes on Nic Cage, Owen Wilson, Jack Black, Vince Vaughn and more.
Some things probably shouldn’t be mashed up, like opera and hip hop.
All My Xs Live in San Francisco
The judges endure a series of underwhelming performers including Big Boys with Poise, Blues Wizards, Mars Greene and R.A.I.D
Lisa Clark Dancers
A young dance troupe, the Lisa Clark Dancers, brings a variety of dance moves to the stage.
Week 2, Night 1
The auditions continue as Howard, Howie, Sharon and Nick take the search for the million-dollar act to New York City.