We now know the America’s Got Talent 2010 top 4. Next week will be the last time to vote, but the good thing is that you can vote for who you think will be the winner of America’s Got Talent 2010 right here and now. It’s always interesting to see how well the Pure America’s Got Talent readership is at predicting the winner of America’s Got Talent.
The performances are over and now it’s time to vote for your favorite America’s Got Talent season 4 finalists. No, this isn’t official. It’s just for fun, but should give a pretty good idea of who are people’s favorite talent on this season of America’s Got Talent. So, vote for who you want to be the winner of America’s Got Talent.
Of course, no matter who is the winner of America’s Got Talent, we’re going to see most of the above list at the America’s Got Talent live show in Las Vegas.
America’s Got Talent has been doing it’s largest search for talent in the history of the show. The show will be traveling to 8 audition cities across the country to find the best talent possible. The question is which America’s Got Talent audition city has the most talent. Make your voice heard by voting for the most talented AGT audition city.
Yes, I do know that this poll is completely biased, but it will be fun to see which cities are represented the most on Pure America’s Got Talent.
The previous America’s Got Talent poll was so successful I thought it might be worthwhile to post a fresh poll after the AGT top 5 did their final performance. I’ve also made a few minor changes that should help to get a more representative vote. Let’s hear who will be the America’s Got Talent winner.
This should be fun. Of all the reality tv shows, I think that the America’s Got Talent judges are as much apart of the show as any other show. So, it’s only right for us to have a vote on who your favorite and least favorite AGT judge is. We’ll just assume the judge with the most votes is the most favorite and the one with the least number of votes is the least favorite.
Tonight, the America’s Got Talent Top 10 was announced. Vote for who you want to win America’s Got Talent Season 3.
Also, let’s see some arguments on why you think the person you voted for should win in the comments. The best comments I’ll compile into a post of its very own with links to your site if you’d like.
I previously posted a poll to see which of the final 10 members of the America’s Got Talent top 40 would make it to the top 20. Only 5 of the 10 could go, and sure enough, the poll was completely accurate in predicting who would make it to the top 20 of America’s Got Talent. Thanks for the nearly 500 votes that were cast.
The following is the results with a few thoughts for each of the final 5 members of the AGT top 20:
Donald Braswell – I think I’ve probably written enough about Donald. He’s done some professional work in the past which makes him slightly less endearing. However, at the end of the day he deserved to be voted in to the top 20.
Eli Mattson – Incredible talent. If America didn’t vote him into the top 20, then there is something wrong with America, because there is certainly nothing wrong with Eli.
Kaitlyn Maher – She’s 4 years old. Looking at the other competition in this group of 10, I’m glad she made it. However, I don’t really see her going much farther.
Nuttin’ But Stringz – Incredible mix of hip hop and classical music with some real style. Amazing stuff always.
The Tapping Dads – Not my favorite thing even if I love dads. However, definitely better than the rest of the competition in this group of 10.
Bryan Cheatham – Not a bad singer, but not a great one either. I was just always disappointed that he didn’t sing and do Chip N Dale stuff. That would take talent to do both and pull it off.
Dallas Desperados Dancers – Another cheerleading group. Wrong show for this group I think. Come with something I haven’t seen at nearly all the sporting events I go to and then we can talk.
Flambeaux – After his top 40 performance, I don’t think anyone would really want to keep him around.
Indiggo – 2 Train Wrecks!! Pretty train wrecks, but so glad they’re gone.
Dorae Saunders – Lots of energe and passion, but maybe I’m just tired of the cross dressing impersonators. The simple fact that there were so many of them says that it doesn’t take as much talent as we might have thouhgt.