September 8, 2010 by Post Team
Piers Morgan, NBC’s annual talent base for exploration, “America’s Got Talent.” The search for the next act of this year’s range is about to end, with a lid that includes 10 singers, dancers, cyclists, and what can only be described as the Prince nonsense.
“America’s Got Talent” is entering the final phase, which will reduce the remaining contestants to one winner destined to become stars on stage, including a show in Las Vegas and millions and 1. The finalists competing for the prize include black light performers struggle against gravity, extreme rider Jeremy VanSchoonhoven, and 10-year-old opera singer Jackie Evancho.
Howie Mandel, who is completing its inaugural year as a judge, has sat through some major “wow” moments (check YouTube for when little Jackie’s presentation of his enormous voice) and some of the more questionable talents during audition rounds. But Mandel is still one of the biggest fans of the series.
“I appreciate and celebrate anyone who really has the courage to stand up and try to entertain,” Mandel told AHN. “These are acts that I’ve never seen before and even seen anything like this before. It amazes me each and every day; I am excited about each and every day, and cannot wait, like a fan, to go to fair. ”
This year, only half of the 10 best singers are, compared to last year where nine out of ten were there for her vocal ability. Although three of the last four seasons have been won by singers, including Bianca Ryan and opera singer Neal E. Boyd, Judge Piers Morgan, who has been with the program since its inception and also judges “Britain’s Got Talent” along with Simon Cowell, thinks that anyone can win.
“I’ve been doing this for five years, I think the overall talent is better than I have ever known it before by a long way,” Morgan told AHN. “It’s very exciting and very open and I think any of the five acts that can win this year.”
The end of “America’s Got Talent” airs September 15 on NBC.
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