In case you missed or want to watch again some of the acts from the America’s Got Talent 2012 Top 48, you can find the America’s Got Talent Top 48 videos below!
Lion Dance Me: Quarterfinals
Danger act Lion Dance Me is consistently exciting, but the judges are looking for variety as well as skill. Hopefully, Lion Dance Me can deliver.
Turf has come a long way since his days of dancing for change on the streets of San Francisco. Now, he’s hoping to get one step closer to the million-dollar prize.
In case you missed or want to watch again some of the acts from the America’s Got Talent 2012 Top 48 first eliminations, you can find the AGT eliminations below!
Week 8, Elimination 1
Michael Nejad, Maurice and Shanice Hayes, and Nikki Jensen take the stage for the first round of eliminations.
Cirque du Soleil
Next, Cirque du Soleil takes that stage to perform a routine from “Zarkana,” a touring Cirque show that is currently playing in New York.
In case you missed or want to watch again some of the acts from the America’s Got Talent 2012 Top 48, find the individual performances below!
The Journey to the Quarterfinals
It’s been a long journey to the quarterfinals for judges and contestants alike.
The Distinguished Men of Brass: Quarterfinals
Tampa’s Distinguished Men of Brass bring their delightful jazz performance to the quarterfinals.
I think it’s lame that the judges mention that they need to carry on a show in Las Vegas. I think this is by design, but they need to stop it and find a new line. First of all, why should they hold the act to this standard. It’s not like they are really getting a headline show in Las Vegas if they win. I live in Las Vegas and I never saw Kevin Skinner’s name on any billboards or any headlines.
Plus, if this is the standard, then half of the top 48 wouldn’t be there. The might be extremely talented, but they don’t stand a chance of having a show in Las Vegas. Plus, the show wants to have a nice variety of talent. This stands in opposition to the idea of finding the best Las Vegas act. So, you can’t have it both ways.
I like in Britain’s Got Talent where they get to perform for the Queen. Works out much better I think. It’s a great story and provides for the variety of acts that the show wants. Especially since it’s the Queen’s Royal Variety show.
America’s Got Talent needs to find a new line. It’s just never fit very well.