It’s time for another set of results in tonight’s America’s Got Talent 2012 recap, and it will be interesting to see who goes through. With mixed reviews from the judges on most of the acts that hit the stage on America’s Got Talent 2012 last night, I’m not sure how the voting will go. We’ll be sharing the results live tonight, so check back for up-to-the-minute information on who gets through on tonight’s America’s Got Talent 2012 recap.
So far on America’s Got Talent 2012, the judges’ reactions have been a good indication of how America will vote. On last night’s episode of America’s Got Talent season 7, however, the judges didn’t agree on many of the acts. Even I was a bit ambivalent about the majority of the acts on the America’s Got Talent 2012 stage last night, so I don’t feel confident in my predictions.
We’ll just have to see how America was feeling last night and hope that the real talent of America’s Got Talent 2012 rises to the top. I hope to see some stronger performances from the acts that go through in the next round of eliminations.
Join us during tonight’s America’s Got Talent 2012 recap for live coverage of tonight’s results show!
WARNING: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD!
This post contains America’s Got Talent 2012 spoilers from Wednesday night’s results show. Please stop here if you do not want to know what happened!
Juggler Mike Price, comedian Jacob Williams, and balancing act Cristin Sandu are up first on the stage tonight. Of the three, I have little doubt that comedian Jacob Williams will be the pick. Sandu had a little snafu last night, and Mike Price’s act was rather lackluster and contrived.
As I predicted, it was the comedian who made it through, which makes this recapper very happy. I love this guy’s delivery and self-deprecating style of humor. He’s fabulous, as is his competition Tom Cotter, and I hope to see a comedy act take the show this year.
Judge Howie Mandel decided to sport a rather large sombrero during one of the talent acts tonight, which was the winner of Britain’s Got Talent, a dog and girl act named Ashley and Pudsey. I’m sorry, Britain, but I feel pretty bad for you if this is the example of the best talent you have. It was a girl and her dog. The girl did some basic dance moves, and the dog did a lot of walking around and jumping. They were joined onstage by a bunch of guys in suits, in a finish that… made about as much sense as the act itself. Don’t get me wrong, the dog was well-trained, but it was just that: a well-trained dog, and a girl who looks like she may have taken some dance lessons in grade school.
Requisite backstage footage ensued.
Next to discover their fate tonight is Lightwire Theate , Inspire the Fire, and All Beef Patty. My prediction for these three (and my hope) is the Lightwire Theater, especially since Inspire the Fire was cliche last night and All Beef Patty is growing stale.
Another plug about the Olympics from Howie Mandel squeezed its way in before we could find out the results. Come on, man, no one is going to forget about the Olympics. Enough already.
Lightwire Theater it is! I’m thrilled that the truly talented acts are making it through tonight. I’m impressed with your taste in entertainment this year, America! America’s Got Talent 2012 is really shaping up.
Breakdancer Elusive, dance group The Untouchables, and singer Jake Wesley Rogers take the stage together, and I’m truly not sure which of these are going through. They were all just “okay” for me and all had somewhat mixed reactions.
*Plays ten levels of Super Mario Bros during the “reveal pause”*
Oh, are we ready to find out now? Great. The Untouchables takes the place, and I have to say that I’m not very excited about that. I said it last night and I’ll say it again… they’re good for kids. They’re not good enough, in my opinion, to be a Vegas act.
The second entertainment act was someone I’d never heard of before tonight, Australian DJ and singer Havana Brown. Either that means I’ve been living under a rock, or America’s Got Talent 2012 was running short on ideas. The performance started out a tad slow for me, as the beautiful Havana messed around with a DJ turntable, but got much better once she came around the table in her skintight outfit, which was flattering, to say the least. It was an enjoyable performance and a catchy pop dance song.
Who should make it through out of All Wheel Sports, Wordspit and the Illest!, and Spencer Horsman? I’m not a huge fan of any of them, so I’m not really invested. I guess if I had to choose, I’d go with the rap group. At least they have something original going on.
Escape artist Spencer Horsman was the first of the three to leave the stage, leaving it between the music group and the athletic performance team, who both plead their case, eloquently and convincingly.
Just in case we haven’t already waited long enough, the producers decided to give us a preview of next week’s acts before revealing which of the two acts made it through. I have to admit that I’m excited for next week, though! There are quite a few acts that I remember from the previous rounds that I’ll be interested in seeing again.
Howard Stern voted for Wordspit, Howie Mandel voted for All Wheel Sports, and so it’s left up to Sharon Osbourne, who hemmed and hawed but in the end chose All Wheel Sports. I am a bit disappointed with her decision, but we’ll see how they fare in the semifinals.
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