Reality judging competitions these days endure quite a bit of turnover in their judgeships, like the way the coming season of 'American Idol' will introduce Keith Urban, Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj to replace the departing Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler. So too could NBC's 'America's Got Talent' look a little different if Sharon Osbourne departs the series, but king of all media Howard Stern is
After plenty of tears, sweat and heartache, we're down to the final six competitors for this season of 'America's Got Talent.' Who is worthy of the grand prize? That all depends on how great their performances are tonight.
It's time to weed out the good from the bad once again during this results episode of 'America's Got Talent.' It may not be easy letting go of some favorites, but there's only a small number of slots left for the finals. You can't accommodate everyone.
Ready for round two of the 'America's Got Talent' semi-finals? Of course you are. We still need to figure out who'll be making it into the finals, which means these next few acts better step it up if they even want to be considered by America to be worthy.
We're on the first results night for the semifinals, which means some awfully difficult decisions must be made. Who will stay and who will make it to the coveted finals, closer to that grand prize on 'America's Got Talent'? Read on to see.
Want to know which one of the wild cards was able to make it to the semi-finals and which ones were forced to go home? Well you can find that out in tonight's results episode of 'America's Got Talent' as the lot of hopefuls bite their nails, waiting impatiently to see if they pass.