‘America’s Got Talent’ Results: A Favorite Younger Act Gets The Boot

Wed, September 4, 2013 11:39pm EST by 45 Comments
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Wow. This week’s elimination was an emotional roller coaster for us. Even though we knew six acts were going to be eliminated, that didn’t soften the blow of some of our favorite acts going home. So, did your favorite(s) make the finals?

America’s Got Talent toyed with our feelings in the Sept. 4 eliminations. We’ve grown attached to some of these acts and seeing them on stage for the last time is almost too much to take. Fall Out Boy also performed their hit single “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up).”

‘America’s Got Talent’ Sept. 4 Results

American Military Spouses Choir, singer Branden James, and acrobat Timber Brown were the first acts up for elimination. It was no surprise that Branden moved on to the finals. Have you heard him sing? Yeah, there was no doubt about it.

Chicago Boyz and the Kristef Brothers were up next. If one of these two acts is eliminated then we’ll just quit everything. Thankfully, BOTH are in the finals. Whew, our emotions are still in check.

Country crooners Marty Brown and Jimmy Rose. Even though we have a soft spot for Marty, we ultimately knew it would be Jimmy who stayed in the competition.

Next up were Illusionist Leon Etienne & Romy Low, comedian John Wing, and Kenichi Ebina. This was just cruel to Leon & Romy and John. Kenichi was obviously going on to the finals.

This is where we get emotional. The final acts up for elimination are singing extraordinaire Anna Christine and dancers D’Angelo & Amanda. Seriously, they are just kids! Putting them against each other is just wrong. Nevertheless, it was up to the judges to decide. Heidi Klum went with D’Angelo & Amanda and Mel B went with Anna Christine. This is getting intense. Howard Stern goes with Anna Christine. Okay, we’re getting somewhere. Howie Mandel believes this is Sophie’s Choice of America’s Got Talent and he’s right. Yet, he doesn’t make it easier by choosing D’Angelo & Amanda.

So, it’s back to the votes and America chooses…

D’Angelo & Amanda! Poor Anna Christine. She was really coming into her own and to watch her go breaks our hearts.

So HollywoodLifers, how do YOU feel after tonight’s eliminations? Let us know!

WATCH: Fall Out Boy Performs ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)’


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  2. ‘America’s Got Talent’ Results Recap: A Fan-Favorite Singer Gets The Boot
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brook

Posted at 1:41 AM on October 13, 2013  

i think chloe should have won

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webrover2013

Posted at 11:54 PM on September 11, 2013  

Probably will save her life! She’s 10! She has a fabulous voice but she is still 10! Let her grow up for ** sake. Childhood stardom should probably be tracked by the CDC as a deadly disease.

Let her grow up. Let her be a teenager. Do you really want another Miley Cyrus? I just hope Miley doesn’t kill herself… Miss you Amy Winehouse, Judy Garland, Heather O’Rourke, Mindy McCready. Sorry those are only suicides.

Parents: Please keep her safe.

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Carol

Posted at 10:15 PM on September 11, 2013  

Anna Christine was praised by ALL judges for every round. It was UNBELIEVABLE how they
could then split their votes to creat a tie situation was so uinfair to this very gifted performer.
She does not need to win on AGT as her talent will take her far on her own. However, AGT
should review and revamp their program tactics.

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Sanndy

Posted at 3:14 PM on September 20, 2013  

I totally agree with you. After all the praise the night before and then splitting the vote like that was unbelievable. I hope to see and hear her again. Anna has so much talent.

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Lindsay Haisley

Posted at 3:46 PM on October 5, 2014  

Anna has nothing to worry about if she wants to pursue her musical talent. The bottom line is that it’s about being able to entertain, not winning contests, although contests can be useful. Most of the advantage she got from the contest was from the fact that she got an awful lot of people to hear her – win or lose, and from the experience of doing the shows. Although the kind of talent she showed us isn’t all that rare, to find it in someone of her age, is. Kids with strong musical talent get a real boost from being really young, should they decide to pursue their musical talents as a career. If you read this, Anna, you rock, gal!! “You’ve got that thang” as we say.

 
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Lindsay Haisley

Posted at 3:51 PM on October 5, 2014  

One more thing I should point out, is that when one gets to the level of talent that Anna showed, judging often isn’t so much a matter of evaluating skill as it is a matter of taste. What kinds of music most move the judges? The kind of exposure Anna got from this contest should make it much easier for her to find her best audience :)

 
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Barbara

Posted at 8:25 AM on September 10, 2013  

I hate the way AGT tallies its votes. The best of the best like Anna Christine are let go, while the lesser talents make the finals. This needs to be fixed. Only the top talents should be the ones that go through, not those picked to go on with the least amount of votes from the public. Booo!!

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Don Stump

Posted at 1:45 AM on December 21, 2013  

Amen ..Anna Christine topped all..period..You know the money talks REAL loud in the so called ‘tallent game’.That be the case Anna Christine is a 10,1010100/Googolplex..Period.

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Christy

Posted at 10:17 PM on September 9, 2013  

Why oh why did agt let her go? Huge mistake. Fix it.

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Martin

Posted at 5:18 PM on September 9, 2013  

Anna…You don’t need AGT. Your voice is beautiful and we love to hear you sing. Stand tall and proud. Your voice WILL be heard again by us all.

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