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America’s Got Talent Season 7 Videos

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 were your favorites on last night’s show?

King of the Nut Shots
A man named Horse demonstrates his unique and amazing ability to tolerate groin shots that would make an average man cry like a baby

Max the Acrobat
Max the Acrobat impresses the judges with an amazing aerial gymnastics routine.

Jason Cordero
Young Jason Cordero impresses the judges with his incredible piano skills.

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May 22, 2012 I Written By

AGT New York Auditions Night #1: Talent in Tweets

Well, the third night of auditions has come and gone. Did you see anyone or group that was particularly talented? I think there were a few winning acts. Here’s some of my thoughts from night one of the New York Auditions!

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I admit, animal acts always have me nervous. But those dogs were amazing. My husband happened to glance over during that act and seemed pretty enthralled by it. The judges seemed very impressed, so I’m guessing (and hoping) this act goes far!

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This remark that Howard made in response to Howie made me laugh. He does have a point!

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A man named Horse. He started the act by claiming he has a one-of-a-kind talent and that he had two beautiful daughters. Well, after he showed his talent, I have to agree with the judge (don’t remember who) who said he won’t be having anymore daughters. This was one of the weirdest talents I have seen. Do I think he will win? Not a chance. He was right when he said it was one-of-a-kind. But I really wasn’t a fan.

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You know he has.

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I apologize for the incorrect verb tense in this tweet, but that is beside the point. But this was in response to the Wordspit the illest. I’ll be the first to admit, this group doesn’t perform my favorite kind of music, but it was impressive. I really think this will go far.

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First Granny G . . . now Burton Crane? What’s up with these old people rappers. Oh well. They are pretty entertaining, and I have been singing “Whatcha gonna do” the rest of the night. He grew on me pretty quickly.

May 21, 2012 I Written By

Katie Clark is a journalism student at Brigham Young University in her senior year. She is originally from Littleton, Colorado, and hopes to move back there after graduation. Reality television is her favorite to watch, and has enjoyed writing about America's Got Talent and A Chance to Dance. She is a stay-at-home-mom who enjoys writing (especially blogs), cooking and sewing (while spending far too much time on Pinterest finding inspiration) and being outside with her husband and son.

Wordspit, the illest Impresses AGT Judges and Audiences in New York Auditions

One of the best America’s Got Talent acts of the night? Wordspit, the illest! At least in my opinion. And from what the AGT judges said, I know I’m not in the minority for thinking that.

In case you missed it…Here’s the audition:


I love that they actually have instruments involved. I think this is a highly talented group of people.

So what’s the story behind Wordspit, the Illest?

Well, Wordspit is the main artist in the group. He was born in Brooklyn and discovered a love for writing lyrics in the third grade. Since then, he has continue to grow in his talent and eventually combined his talents with those who auditioned with him on America’s Got Talent. Wordspit has recently gained more fame when his talent was featured in McDonald’s television and radio campaign. There is quite a bit of Wordspit’s music (as well as Wordspit, the illest!) floating throughout the Internet, and I think this is definitely not the last we will see of him. What did you think of them?

I Written By

Katie Clark is a journalism student at Brigham Young University in her senior year. She is originally from Littleton, Colorado, and hopes to move back there after graduation. Reality television is her favorite to watch, and has enjoyed writing about America's Got Talent and A Chance to Dance. She is a stay-at-home-mom who enjoys writing (especially blogs), cooking and sewing (while spending far too much time on Pinterest finding inspiration) and being outside with her husband and son.