This is it, folks. It all comes down to tonight’s performances on America’s Got Talent 2012. The final six contestants will take the stage and try to convince America that they have what it takes to be the winner of America’s Got Talent season 7.
WARNING: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD!
This post contains spoilers from the America’s Got Talent season 7 finals performance show. Please stop reading if you do not want to know what happened!
The final six acts have been chosen, and tonight they will bring their top game to the America’s Got Talent 2012 stage. Or at least, they better. This is it, there are no more chances. If you can’t bring it tonight, then you don’t deserve to win.
The cream of the crop from America’s Got Talent 2012 are, in no particular order:
David Girabaldi & His CMYK’s
Who will have what it takes to take the crown (not to mention the money) on America’s Got Talent 2012? Personally, I’m pulling for Tom Cotter. He’s a phenomenal comic, and I think it’s about time for a comedian to take the show. What better for a Vegas act? It’s versatile, it’s entertaining, and it’s easy to keep the routine fresh.
I really like all of the America’s Got Talent 2012 finalists, though, except for Olate Dogs. I don’t see that being a Vegas act worth a million bucks. Maybe they can change my mind tonight…
Host Nick Cannon looks particularly adorable tonight, going super formal for the finals. He’s sporting a tux! Nom-worthy, and funny to boot.
David Girabaldi & His CMYK’s are the first to perform tonight on America’s Got Talent 2012, with a very high energy routine that was, as always, highly entertaining. I was amazed to realize that David Girabaldi had painted a portrait of Albert Einstein… upside down. Sweet!
Howard Stern quipped about he and Einstein sharing a hairstyle, but not the same brain. Fellow judge Sharon Osbourne responded by saying that she and Einstein shared the same mustache. Lawl! I wouldn’t tell too many people that, Sharon. All three judges loved the act.
Next up is Mr. Funny himself, Tom Cotter. He once again allowed the judges to choose the theme of his comedy routine, with the role of a die.”Poor examples” was the theme. He delivered. No surprise there. This man is a true professional! I loved his jokes about the inappropriate nature of many children’s stories and nursery rhymes. I often wonder who the hell wrote that stuff… but, back to the show.
The judges adored Tom Cotter. Howard Stern said he always leaves him wishing there were more time in the act, Howie Mandel said that he sent himself straight to the top tonight, and Sharon Osbourne said that she’d love to see him with a drink in him. “I bet it’d be filthy,” she said. Easy, there, tiger. Or should I say cougar?
Untouchables performed next, to the tune of “Rolling on the River”. As usual, they were technically perfect. They do a great job, but I don’t know. Is that a Vegas act, dancing kids? They used the same move as last week, pulling a wardrobe change on-stage near the end of the act. Sharon Osbourne and Howard Stern loved them, but Howie Mandel said that he didn’t like this routine as much as the last one. The youngest member of Untouchables begged America to vote for them because “who better to represent America on America’s Got Talent than a bunch of kids, because we are the future!” Awww. How rehearsed.
Another of my favorite acts, Joe Castillo, really impressed me once again with his tribute toAmerica’s Got Talent2012. He drew each of the three judges and the host in sand, transforming Nick Cannon into Howie Mandel, turning Howie into Sharon Osbourne, and Sharon into Howard Stern. In an amusing twist at the end of the act, he drew a beret onto Howard. Ha! Love it.
Howard Stern said that the sand drawing of Sharon looked Asian. Now, Howard. You can’t blame Joe Castillo for that. Her many facelifts have skewed her facial proportions.
America’s got class tonight in the act of William Close. Once again, he blew me away with his stirring rendition and performance of “America the Beautiful”. Absolutely stunning. The singer, the dancers, the instruments game together in grand fashion. Loved it. I don’t want him to win, though. I think William Close and his troupe deserve to perform somewhere grander, more classy, than Vegas. All three judges were as moved as I.
They saved the furriest for last, and now it’s time for Olate Dogs to try and change my mind about them. They didn’t. It was as cute as ever, and ten times as cheesy. I just don’t get why everyone is so enamored with them. They are adorable, well-trained pooches. How is that a Vegas act, and what in the bloody hell is up with the nose-up-the-ass walk? Sharon Osbourne drooled over the act as usual. Howard Stern and Howie Mandel both enjoyed the act.
And that’s it! It’s in the hands of America now. If ever you were going to vote for your favorite act, tonight is the night, guys.
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