If Kenichi Ebina hadn’t walked away with the $1 million and Las Vegas show, it would have been a travesty. This guy has been a frontrunner from the very beginning.
Season eight of America’s Got Talent was its best yet. Kenichi Ebina wowed me at his audition and his performances kept getting better and better. So, when he was announced as the winner of America’s Got Talent over comedian Taylor Williamson, I was ecstatic but not the least bit surprised.
Kenichi Ebina Totally Deserved The Vegas Act
Let’s be honest, Kenichi definitely deserved to win the top prize on America’s Got Talent. This dancer/performer continued to wow me over the course of the season. His Matrix-style audition totally stunned me and the judges too. The precision and creativity in Kenichi’s audition was just breath-taking.
I really didn’t think Kenichi could continue to top his incredible and visually stunning performances. He proved me wrong. Multiple times.
Kenichi switched it up week-to-week and kept me firmly on Team Kenichi. Who could forget when he created his own virtual reality for a game-changing act? Or when he pulled at our heartstrings and gave us a magical performance that left him being lifted up by an angel?
Howie Mandel was not exaggerating when he said Kenich was “the most talented man here.” I I completely agree with Howie. Kenichi dominated the competition and his talent spoke for itself.
Kenichi’s act is the only one I would pay to see in Las Vegas. With unlimited creative liberties in Vegas, Kenichi is only going to get bigger and better — I hope I get the chance to see it! He will be a huge — no, EPIC — hit in Vegas, without a doubt.
So HollywoodLifers, did YOU think Kenichi deserved to win America’s Got Talent? Let me know!
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— Avery Thompson
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