America Got Talent 2011 Final

September 14, 2011 by Post Team 

America Got Talent 2011 FinalAmerica Got Talent 2011 Final, The last four acts competed for the chance to headline his own show in Las Vegas. Host Nick Cannon opened the September 13, 2011 episode of America’s Got Talent, emphasizing the importance of voting from viewers. After cannon presented to the judges, a series of clips summarized the highlights of the season, from auditions to the semifinals.

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.
After a commercial break, another trip was mounting Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. ‘s car wash in Logan, West Virginia to become a finalist in the program. He talked about being homeless at 19 and how she overcame a difficult time in his life, and Piers Morgan, Murphy said he could see headlining a show in Las Vegas.

The performance of Murphy stuck to what he has done best throughout the season: the interpretation of the songs of Frank Sinatra. She sang an emotional interpretation of “My Way”, accompanied by a full orchestra and the audience and the judges gave her a standing ovation.

Morgan Murphy praised for singing the song “absolutely from the heart” and said he gave a yield of one million dollars. Sharon Osbourne said it was “perfectly sung” and that “the best for last.” Howie Mandel, said Murphy had a good chance that just to “seal the deal.”

Another segment showed the tape finalists visit Caesar Palace, the location for the show’s star winner. They ate breakfast in the pen*house suite and looked over the stage in the company’s director of theater at the casino.

Bright red hearts in contrast to the green lines of improved equipment iLuminate team suits at the start of their performance. The routine was quickly expanded to include a kaleidoscopic range of colors and patterns, closing with a close in the heart lit from the beginning.

Osbourne praised programmer and founder of Miral Kotb for his vision and creativity, and said they were the reason the show was unlike any other talent. He said his performance was “bigger and better” than its predecessors. Mandel said he deserved to win, but is concerned that they are disadvantaged, as it may be easier for voters who are associated with a unique personality rather than a group. Morgan said it was “exactly what America needs now.”

Season 2 winner Terry Fator ventriloquist and singing combined in a special guest performance with a doll named Julius lounge singer who sang a soulful version of Bill Withers “Is not No Sunshine”.

Parrish said PopLyfe fellow singer Kehlani Dylan Wiggins for his role in organizing all the material from the band in a video montage that includes saying that he saw no reason why should not win Osbourne. Unfortunately, the band itself, provided that the reason for the departure of Queen mixed with an abrasive, off-key rendition of “We Will Rock You”.

It recovered slightly restricted opening “We Are the Champions”, but Parrish’s voice proven inadequate material. He lacked the range to tackle the song and the vocal harmonies were a little better. Mandel congratulated the band, but said its performance may not be correct to win the competition, pointing to a series of missed notes.

Morgan also pointed to the limitations of his voice, but also praised for taking a risk with a great performance, and urged viewers to judge them based on the totality of their actions. Osbourne Parrish said the song was “not a great night,” but it was his passion.

Cannon said the show had “technical problems” and showed more images of the auditions to fill the time. Problems still unresolved after nearly five minutes of clips, so it introduced a new gun montage shows highlights from his job as presenter of the program.

Once the team finished their work, silhouettes used Louis Armstrong “What a Wonderful World” as the setting for a show that incorporates images of a backdrop of beautiful scenery, dolphins, and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. The dancers use their bodies to form a variety of ways, including the word “love” and a mother putting her daughter in bed.

The performance received another standing ovation, with the three judges said the U.S. was a difficult decision on their vote. Cannon told the results of this season has been the closest in history, and everyone needs to vote to make sure your favorites win. The show closed with brief clips of the performances of the night.

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