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    AGT: Summer's Guilty Pleasure is Back (threads merged)

    I love this show. Since the dogs won last year, I'm hoping for even more variety acts. Heidi and Mel B replace Sharon Osbourn. I think the judge panel will be very good this season.

    Rattlesnake guy is from the shallow end of the gene pool without a doubt.

    Bring on the weird, wild and fun.
    Adelina Sotnikova defeated the curse of Esta She is indeed the Greatest Of All Time!

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    AGT: Summer's Guilty Pleasure is Back

    I love this show. Since the dogs won last year, I'm hoping for even more variety acts. Heidi and Mel B replace Sharon Osbourn. I think the judge panel will be very good this season.

    Rattlesnake guy is from the shallow end of the gene pool without a doubt. :yikes:

    Bring on the weird, wild and fun. :cheer2:

    Um, we have 3 threads. Could an admin please merge? :lol:
    Last edited by rfisher; 06-05-2013 at 02:35 AM.
    Adelina Sotnikova defeated the curse of Esta She is indeed the Greatest Of All Time!

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    America's Got Talent - 2013

    http://www.nbc.com/americas-got-talent/

    Two new judges to replace Sharon. Still have to deal with Howard Stern (not my favorite). New stage - Radio City Music Hall. Now that the dogs have won, (still wish it had been the comedian, Tom Cotter) we can root for a dance group, a magician, or some acrobats. I confess I always love a singer with a great voice.

    Well - What do you know! We have three threads all at once. Dear mods, choose whatever.

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    at 3 threads!!

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    3 threads and no comments?

    Didn't watch the first guy.

    Second guy singing To Make you Feel My Love. Wow!

    Anna Christine ..... she's only 10 years old!?! She was incredible!!

    And what the hell was that Special Head dude all about? I mean, you could kind of see the brace he hooked the stick into in his sleeve.

    Loved the big choir/orchestra and the boy choir.

    B-DOUBLE-O-T-Y .... well THAT'S going to be in my head the rest of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaileyCatts View Post
    3 threads and no comments?

    Didn't watch the first guy.

    Second guy singing To Make you Feel My Love. Wow!

    Anna Christine ..... she's only 10 years old!?! She was incredible!!

    And what the hell was that Special Head dude all about? I mean, you could kind of see the brace he hooked the stick into in his sleeve.

    Loved the big choir/orchestra and the boy choir.

    B-DOUBLE-O-T-Y .... well THAT'S going to be in my head the rest of the week.
    I agree with everything, although I didn't love the 10-year-old that much.

    My favorite was the Hawaiian Dance act to Singin' in the Rain.

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    Haven't watched my tape yet, but why is Heidi Klum on this? I thought Mel B was a perfect choice, but who needs Heidi? Go back to Lifetime!
    I think I will have a snack and take a nap before I eat and go to sleep.

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    She wants to have something to do after "Project Runway" ends, perhaps?
    I don't think she's right for this; but, we'll see.

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    IMO Heidi is there so Howard has someone to make crass jokes about. I get the impression she thinks she was asked to be a serious judge.

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    After watching some performers, she is more serious and sensible than I expected.

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    Liked the kid dancers tonight. It always amazes me when kids that young are can dance like that.

    I always like close up magic acts like that first guy, but I always want to know how they do that! I still want to know how Diddleman from last year did his act!

    Uhm, I barely remember anyone else.

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    I really liked the 16-year-old magician - he had great presence and it was a great trick. I also liked the ventriloquist, although I think she needs more to her act, rather than just singing.

    I liked the dancers, but they seemed almost too sharp in their movements. I kept wanting to see more "dancing" in a dance hold. I liked the older pair better than the younger.

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    I always feel a little squicky about such young kids dancing like that. But they were good.

    Loved the young magician and ventriloquist.
    I think I will have a snack and take a nap before I eat and go to sleep.

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    This week I liked the dancer - very innovative moves; especially the head thing.

    I also like the lady on the unicycle with the dishes.

    I don't think we have seen the winner yet.

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    ^^ uhm, how DID that dancer do the head thing by the way??!!! I watched it back a few times and still couldn't catch how he did it. I was expecting him to be one of those dud performers who they kind of set up knowing it will be a bad audition, but wow ... he was brilliant!

    The puzzle guy (or whatever you call him, he set up the maze in the lobby), he was funny without really trying to be funny. I liked him. I don't know how many times the act could be feasible on the show, but I bet he gets through at least the next round.

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    The puzzle guy is a Rube Goldberg act -- they had a chain reaction guy who went pretty far one year, but not to the finals. Somewhere along the line, his set up didn't work and he got eliminated.
    I think I will have a snack and take a nap before I eat and go to sleep.

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    I think we may have seen the winner tonight. I don't like country music, but the 11-year-old certainly has the pipes to win.

    I missed the names of the skaters. Did they say? Does anyone know?

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    Was just going to ask the same thing. I think my station may have cut in late because it started right up with them already skating.

    Has anyone ever been to a taping of the audition shows? I've always wondered how they do them .... is it one audience/one show and they are there for 6-8 hours? Do they tape maybe three 2-hour shows per day and filter in new audiences? A single 3-4 hour show in each city? I have always wondered how they are filmed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.H.Black View Post
    I missed the names of the skaters. Did they say? Does anyone know?
    Kim Navarro & Brent Bommentre were 2 of the 6 members of "Aerial Ice" that I recognized: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kyr2loqQIok
    ETA that the other 4 are Joel Dear, Tosha Hanford, Chris Trefil, and Angela Kim.

    https://www.facebook.com/AerialIce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvia View Post
    Kim Navarro & Brent Bommentre were 2 of the 6 members of "Aerial Ice" that I recognized: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kyr2loqQIok
    ETA that the other 4 are Joel Dear, Tosha Hanford, Chris Trefil, and Angela Kim.

    https://www.facebook.com/AerialIce
    I wondered who the blond was. I didn't get to see her long enough to recognize her. Their head-banger was great for having been ice-dancers. The other couple needs to work on theirs.

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