Last night, the America’s Got Talent auditions took place in Houston and Minneapolis. Did you watch? If you’re still catching up like I am, watch full streams of the show below. Don’t feel like slogging through the entire show? Watch the best auditions of last night’s show via AmericasBestTalent.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but America’s Got Talent 6 is NOT making me want to kill people after watching it. There are sob stories, but I don’t feel like I’m being hit over the head like in the past. The episodes are well paced and entertaining. The talent is disosable, but fun to watch. I’ll be watching the rest of the season.
America’s Got Talent
Week 2, Night 2 – Part 1
Week 2, Night 2 – Part 2
The Rhinestone Ropers – Houston
SCARY Knife throwing act. The dude has skillz, but I really hate these old fashioned “women in peril” routines. Treating women like objects is not cool.
Daniel Joseph Baker 19 – Houston
Daniel’s cover of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” is fun and SUPER FIERCE.
Sandou Trio Russian Bar – Houston
There was a Russian Bar act that made the semi-finals a few seasons ago, but had to drop out due to injury. Not surprised. This sh*t looks super-dangerous.
Dani Shay – Houston
The lesbian Justian Bieber. Ok. I have no idea if Dani is a lesbian or not. But still. She does a very funny take on “Baby”.
Lil T. – 6 Years Old – Houston
I generally HATE the kiddie acts, but this young boy is a pretty good hip-hop dancer–for a 6 year old.
Darren Taylor – Houston
Totally crazy dude dives into 12 inches of water. The kiddie pool he jumped into was set on top of some sort of mattress.
Echo of Animal Gardens – Minneapolis
Another talking bird act. Really?
Lys Agnes – Minneapolis
This opera singer, who performs “Ave Maria” hasn’t performed since her fiance was killed in a car crash two years ago. She’s carried on her backstory a bit. But still, the sob story is presented in straightforward way–I didn’t really mind it.
Those Funny Little People – Minneapolis
Uhm. I’m with Piers on this one. NO.
Silhouettes – Minneapolis
Group of dancers, age range from 9 – 18, dance prettily behind a scrim.
The Kinetic King – Minneapolis
Chain reaction king! You betcha. Lulzy, yet kind of amazing.