The show's panel of charismatic judges -- including Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, and newcomers Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough -- are weighing in on a whole new set of performers and hopefuls who are putting everything on the line for a shot at moving on to the next round of competition or maybe the coveted Golden Buzzer. Last week, fans were treated to a recap of all the best moments from the first five nights of auditions, but this will be the last week of new contestants before the Judge Cuts rounds kick off next Tuesday. And tonight, fans are expected to see Hough give out the last Golden Buzzer of the auditions.
By Shirley Donlon For Dailymail. A talented sand animation artist who won Ukraine 's Got Talent ten years ago wowed the judges and audience with an emotional performance on America's Got Talent : The Champions on Monday night. The mother-of-two, who won Ukraine's Got Talent insaid that growing up she had always loved drawing, but when she found sand, she described it as finding her 'second hand'.
Eighteen acts who made it through the audition phase are hoping to be singled out for this special honor, which will send them straight through to the quarter-finals next month. Six of the other acts will also get the green-light from the judges to proceed to the next stage of the competition. They will join the lucky seven acts who were put through last week when Brad Paisley was the guest judge.
The auditionee's name was Brent Ray Fraser, but despite his topless appearance and rippling muscles, he wasn't there for a strongman act. In an act that would give Simon, Amanda, Alesha and David cardiac arrest, Brent whipped off his pants to reveal his exposed — and erect — manhood, which he proceeded to dip in paint. While this would undoubtedly result in more Ofcom calls than pooch Matisse being replaced by a stunt dog in the UK, the French audience were in hysterics at the unorthodox live art show.
Starting Monday night Sept. They're arguably two of the most famous and relevant faces to sit on a reality-show panel ever, but we've learned over the years that superstardom isn't all it takes to make a good judge. Actually, it's not even really a requirement see our No.
It's been a while since a singing competition TV show has produced a new star, but the most recent episode of America's Got Talent may have created one in Courtney Hadwin. As you can see in the video below, Hadwin looked nervous during the interview portion of the audition, giving brief answers to Mel B's questions. But then the music started and she threw everything she had into the song, which was released posthumously by Otis Redding in and was a hit for the Black Crowes on their debut.
America's Got Talent returned Tuesday night, and ET is following along throughout the two-hour episode to break down all the best, biggest and most surprising moments from the first night of the Season 14 Quarterfinals. The show's panel of charismatic judges -- including Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, and newcomers Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough -- will be sitting in judgment once again over a dozen quarterfinalists who made it past this year's brutal Judge Cuts round. The fun kicks off at 8 p.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Former bus driver Aya Gabriel climbed out of a coffin and paraded around the stage in her undies before whipping out an angle-grinder and treating the audience to a pyrotechnic display. Contestants almost always end up fully nude and — as in this clip they climb in a bubble bath together, before sponging each other down.
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The year-old Miss California contestant, a beautiful girl wearing a white jumpsuit and a playful grin, rapidly applied black paint to a black canvas — the paint appears gold on video, thanks to the reflection of a spotlight — only tearing herself from her feverish project and its second time limit to work the crowd and encourage them to clap along to the beat of her electro-swing soundtrack. With just a few moments to spare, Foss showered her canvas in glitter. Foss won the talent award that night. For Miss Tustinher first pageant, she had considered speaking about her art in a monologue as a talent, but emboldened by speed-painting videos she found online, she decided to give it a try just a few weeks before the competition.