Tonight on America’s Got Talent 2012, the final four acts moving on to the America’s Got Talent season 7 semifinals will be revealed. We’ll be recapping live as the show airs, so check back for America’s Got Talent 2012 recap and comments as we go.
Who did you think did the best job last night? Who deserves to move forward to the semifinals on America’s Got Talent 2012? It’s going to be a close call tonight, after the amazing acts we saw on last night’s America’s Got Talent episode. Join us as we recap the show and reveal the winners of the final four spots on the America’s Got Talent 2012 lineup!
WARNING: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD
This post contains America’s Got Talent 2012 spoilers from the reveal of the final four acts in the quarterfinals. Please do not keep reading if you do not want to know what happened!
If you tuned in to America’s Got Talent 2012 last night, you know that the competition was fierce. It was one of the best lineups I’ve seen go up against one another on the America’s Got Talent season 7 stage, and America had a hard task ahead of themselves last night.
Did you vote for your favorites to continue on in America’s Got Talent 2012? They are going to need all of the support they can get. The only prediction I feel safe in making, based on audience reaction as well as feedback from judges Howard Stern, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel, is that the greatest act from last night will be moving forward to the America’s Got Talent 2012 semifinals, and that is William Close and His Earth Harp. They were stunning.
I think I’d be safe in assuming that Ulysses will be out of the running, but America could surprise me. Or in this case, disappoint me. We’ll just have to watch and find out! Join me as the show airs for up-to-the-minute coverage and commentary on tonight’s episode of America’s Got Talent 2012!
Ulysses, Olate Dogs, and David “The Bullet” Smith are the first three to find out their fate tonight. Interesting pairing! I wasn’t a huge fan of the dogs, but of these three, that’s the one I’d pick if forced to choose. Let’s see what America thinks.
Side note: Sharon Osbourne, in her over-the-top bedazzled teal blouse, apologized to Ulysses for buzzing him during “his moment” last night, which I found bizarre. And that reveal pause, man. I can’t get over how freaking long it is. Ridiculous.
I was correct – Olate Dogs has made it through the quarterfinal rounds of America’s Got Talent 2012. After seeing them last night, I had serious doubts, but it looks like the nation’s love of all things furry (well, almost all things… where’s the tarantula love?!) has prevailed.
The first guest performance tonight was British X-Factor alumni Cher Lloyd, performing her hit “Want U Back,” a sugary sweet candy pop song that sounded like a mix of Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj. Not a fan.
Dance team Unity in Motion, child mariachi singer Sebastien El Charro, and harp player William Close are all on the stage right now. If only one goes through, I am pretty sure William Close and his room-filling harp will be it, but I would hate to say goodbye to my little mariachi man!
Alas, my poor little Sebastien is going home. I love William Close, and I’m thrilled to see such a uniquely talented individual move forward in America’s Got Talent 2012, but man I’m sad for the little guy.
Next to find out their fate are sand artist Joe Castillo, singing duo Eric & Olivia, and the guy of the busted nuts, Horse. It has to be Joe. If America has any shred of taste, they will have voted through Joe Castillo. He’s another that has a truly unique talent that happens to also be quite captivating.
Thank you, America! Joe Castillo is on to the next round. He’s only gotten better with each act, and I’m so excited to see what he brings to the stage in the next rounds of America’s Got Talent 2012. Judge Howard Stern made a comment about Joe’s beret yet again, looking to host Nick Cannon for backup. Nick, however, responded that he was ill equipped to give out fashion advice, pointing out his plaid pants. Joe Castillo took off his beret and tossed it to Howard. I like his style!
For the second celebrity performance of the night, the cast of Once took the stage for a lovely performance and ballad that was quite well done.
The last spot is about to be taken as we find out which out of Lindsey Norton, All That! and Eric Dittelman is the final act to continue to the America’s Got Talent 2012 semifinals. I can’t figure out who it’s going to be, but it’s between clogging group All That! and mind reader Eric, as dancer Lindsey Norton was eliminated. Less that one percent separated the two. Extremely close call!
I’m rather surprised that Lindsey was eliminated first. As giddy as she was on the previous episodes, she was equally visibly upset to be sent home. I’m personally pulling for Eric Dittelman. I’d like to see what else he can do.
America has spoken, and Dittelman it is. He has taken the final spot for the semifinals, despite Sharon Osbourne’s vote for All That!
We’ll be on hiatus for three weeks as the network covers the Olympics. I’ll miss the show!
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