SYTYCD Sends Two More Twirling on Home

Last night’s show started with a dance intro that was either a throwback Third Reich political protest or a Tyce “Jazz Hands” Diorio Charlie Chaplin routine. The jury’s still out. In the meantime, the remaining 16 hopefuls danced their hearts out for guest judge Christina Applegate who accompanied Sir Nigel Lythgoe and Wailin’ Mary Murphy at …

America Picks the Best from the Last of the AGT Quarterfinalists

We all were almost at risk of not actually seeing the anxiety-filled night of AGT results thanks to Mr. “Mc-Nick” Cannon whose plaid-crazed pants were more of a visual assault than fashion statement. Mc-Nick managed to successfully clash with anything and everything within 12 feet of his costume catastrophe. When Ulysses with his own lollipop …

America – The AGT Judges Don’t Envy You

David “The Bullet” Smith launched the last of the AGT quarterfinals this week, and it proved to be an explosive start, indeed, for the remaining bunch. David’s post-propulsion rant took up more time than did his actual act in which he expelled himself via human cannon 40 yards through the air outside the AGT showtime …

Some So-So Routines and Dismal Dismissals

Once again, the SYTYCD divas and dudes go head-to-head for top-twirl honors. Adam Shankman joined “Sir” Nigel and squealing Mary at the judge’s lounge, and the night began with a demonic performance that likely cursed a few acts that followed. Lindsey and Cole performed a mediocre performance that was less thrilling than actually getting your …

Howie Finds Out If America Saves His Fave AGT Acts

AGT judge Howie Mandel dished out some tough love to most of last night’s contenders. Howie confessed that many of them were his faves, but they failed to rise to the occasion. Last night, all twelve quarterfinalists tried to stuff themselves into the four remaining spots, but America had the final say. Quirky comedian Jacob …

An AGT Night Filled with Stage Fright and A Few Delights

The next bunch up for America’s votes hit the stage during a night filled with high and low moments; but in the end, America got their cell phone minutes’ worth. The Miami twirling-tot sensation “The Untouchables” wowed everyone with their glittery performance that confirmed for Howard why the three judges unanimously put the group through. …

SYTYCD – Couples Unite For the Boogie Fight

SYTYCD’s top-20 guys and gals were paired up to compete as couples for the first time. At stake are America’s votes to keep the lucky picks from feeling the judge’s fiery licks. The evening’s judges included Sir Nigel Lythgoe, Mamma Mary Murphy and mega-producer Kenny Ortega. Host Cat Deeley introduced spider-phobe Witney and Chehon-bot to …

It’s AGT Decision Time – The Winners Shine and The Losers Step

America has done its civil duty once again, as they selected the next contestants that will get closer to competing in the AGT final showdown. While America chose their top-three faves, the judges picked the fourth and final leaf that may possibly reign, in clover, by the end of the grueling competition. Nick first called …

AGT’s Next Twelve Talents Rev Up the Live Quarterfinals

While America celebrated its birthday, the next twelve finalists prepped for their pivotal post-4th of July performances; and last night’s second-round quarterfinals did not disappoint.  Nick Gannon was back to his fashion senses and promptly began the evening’s AGT proceedings. Howie warned the contestants that they must give the best performances of their lives, or …

America Has Voted – First AGT NYC Fates Decided

The first 12 America’s Got Talent performers, who kicked off the New York leg of the competition, have waited a grueling 24 hours, and their million dollar fates have been revealed. Host Nick Gannon showed that he appreciated the seriousness of the occasion by sporting a Boo Boo the fool fashion eyesore: pimp purple velvet …