Well, I missed watching Monday night’s show live because I was driving from South Carolina to North Carolina, and unfortunately, the show doesn’t stream to my phone. However, I was back tonight and was able to enjoy the show and tweet a little bit. I didn’t feel like there were any absolutely incredible acts, but there were a few I wouldn’t mind seeing again.
I mean, isn’t it the truth? He is being brought on the stage all the time. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. I think he really adds a little bit of spark to some of the acts. I’m just wondering when Sharon’s going to be pulled up!
This little boy was a gem. Not only did he have an awesome voice (especially for a six-year-old!), but he was so charming and funny. Little kids say the funniest things some times, and he is definitely one of the cutest I’ve seen. My husband and I were talking about him the rest of the show. I think he was the highlight of the night.
After Monday night’s fail-of-an-escape-artist, I was pleased to see this act. But really…I’m glad he escaped, because I didn’t want to witness the first death on America’s Got Talent? Fun to watch though. Do I think he’ll win? Not really. But it was impressive. You won’t ever see ME doing something like that!
I am referring to The Cut Throat Freak Show with this one. This was seriously painful to watch. I would be happy to never see a performance like this again. How do people even realize they can do things like this? If you missed it, you can watch it here…But it’s definitely not for the weak of stomach. You have been warned@
So when this fellow, Ron Christopher Porter, Jr. performed, while I was impressed by his “movie announcer voice”, I had to agree with Howard. It’s not an act! However, I think he was plenty satisfied with the time he was able to spend with Nick Cannon, and when he, Nick, and the final performer of the night, Curtis, did an act together..well..it was fun.
What did you think of last night’s show?