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‘America’s Got Talent’: Andrew De Leon Is The Operatic Marilyn Manson

Have you ever wondered what Marilyn would sound like as an opera singer? ‘AGT’ has your answer.

The June 5 episode of America’s Got Talent brought the team back to Austin, and boy were they in for quite a surprise! There was the usual artistic light show acts and guitar-toting singers, but none of those were the cream of the crop. Andrew De Leon — who is clearly inspired by Marilyn Manson — was, perhaps, the biggest surprise yet of the season. But that’s not all! With the assistance of a pole-dancing Nick Cannon, the panel uncovered several rare gems that should do well in this competition.

Let’s break down the top five acts of the night, shall we?

June 5, 2012

'America's Got Talent': Veteran Tim Poe Moves The Crowd To Tears

Plus, a human cannonball almost dies and a big fat lady in a bikini works on a pole. God bless America!

Some people are just made to audition for America’s Got Talent, and this week’s golden contestant came in the form of Tim Poe, a Texas native who suffered a debilitating injury during the war in Afghanistan which left him with a severe stutter. Fortunately, Tim doesn’t stutter when he sings, so he had the entire Austin auditorium — wait, make that all of America — eating out of the palm of his hand June 4 as he crooned a smooth country ditty.

June 4, 2012
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‘America’s Got Talent’: ‘Stepz’ Gagas His Way To The Top

‘AGT’ stayed in the Big Apple on May 22, with acts ranging from acrobatic balancers to stand-up comics to a pink-haired drag queen.

“I gotta feeling it’s going to be a great day,” host Nick Cannon asserted from his helicopter looming over the Statue of Liberty on the May 22 episode of America’s Got Talent — and it was. This episode demonstrated the pure golden talent that still flourishes across the country; and not only was the talent mind-blowing, but it was some of the most original we’ve seen yet.

May 23, 2012

Howard Stern Almost Quits 'America's Got Talent' After 7-Year-Old Boy Cries

Watch last night’s big emotional moment & vote: Should Mir Money have stayed in the competition?

The rumors are true: Howard Stern really is just a big softie. The shock jock-turned-judge showed his true colors on the May 21 episode of America’s Got Talent, when a 7-year-old boy nearly caused him to quit the hit NBC show. As Howard began to explain why he was reluctantly giving Mir Money an “X,” the tiny rapper started crying — and Howard began questioning his life choices.

May 22, 2012

'America’s Got Talent': The 'Grandfather Of Rap' Sweeps NYC

Week two brought ‘AGT’ to the city that never sleeps. From an adorable dog crew to the ‘Grandfather of Rap,’ the May 21 episode was the most entertaining of the season so far.

“Does New York have talent?” host Nick Cannon boomed at the top of the hour. Judges Sharon Osbourne, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern took to the streets of New York City to an answer that question and find their million-dollar act. Arriving in their luxurious limos, they did not know what to expect. Surely, what they did not expect to find was that rap fever had struck the Big Apple.

May 21, 2012
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'America's Got Talent' Recap: Granny G & Turf Steal The Show

The second night of the ‘America’s Got Talent’ season premiere upped the ante in even more exciting and unexpected ways. Whether you were a fan of concept painters or extreme contortionists, there was something for everyone to dig into.

Much like last night’s episode, Howard Stern did not hesitate to deliver pointed and truthful critiques to over two dozen hopefuls featured in the telecast. Rounding out the panel, Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel continued to motivate the truly talented individuals and (gently) crushed the dreams of others. With the help of Nick Cannon, the two-hour episode did not disappoint — as the show traveled to San Francisco!

May 15, 2012

'America's Got Talent' Premiere: Shanice & Maurice Have 'First Huge Moment'

With new judge Howard Stern at the helm, ‘America’s Got Talent’ returned for its seventh season May 14 in an explosive array of male strippers, scorpion eating, dancing, singing and archery practice. Returning judges Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne proved, once again, to be the right celebrities for the job of searching America for the…

May 14, 2012

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