Since the 2012 London Olympics are said and done it's time for NBC to bring back one of their most popular shows: 'America's Got Talent.' But, strangely, on its first week back on the air we're treated to a whole new batch of contestants.
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After a five year run on 'America's Got Talent,' Sharon Osbourne has cited irreconcilable differences with NBC, after she claims they wouldn't hire her son Jack for another she because he has multiple sclerosis. She is said to be leaving the show at the end of this season, even though she is still under contract.
We're on the last leg of the quarterfinals in this week's 'America's Got Talent.' Who will stay and who will go? We have no idea but we're anxious to find out.
Finally we're at the last leg of the quarterfinals where this week the nation will determine who will stay and who will go home in 'America's Got Talent.'
We're going through yet another results portion of 'America's Got Talent' as we figure out who gets the remaining spots in the semi finals. The suspense is biting away at everyone and it's a thrill to sit through.
Howard Stern, Sharon Osborne and Howie Mandel are back to dish out their criticism on another episode of 'America's Got Talent.' We're still chugging along through the quarterfinals as various talented acts succeed or fail miserably in their performances.
It's been a long road getting to the quarterfinals in 'America's Got Talent' but here we are. Now it's time to shrink down the group of contestants so more as America decides once again who they like better out of these twelve performers.
Last night we saw our share of wonderful and awful performances during 'America's Got Talent.' But this time America chooses who they want. Let's see if America made the right choices in the results show.
Last week we were able to experience the judges finally being stern with the contestants as they peeled off a layer of poor talent among the bunch. Now we're about to check out the first live show of this season's 'America's Got Talent.' Who will crack under pressure? Hopefully not too many contestants. That gets difficult to watch after awhile.
For the past two nights we were exposed to most of the selected talent who the judges deemed as their favorites. We saw a few slip ups, and a couple of heart break eliminations along the way, but the judges are done playing around. They were kind during the first round, letting some of the lamer acts make it to the second round, but not this time. Finally, 'America's Got Talent' got really interesting.