July 03, 2012 07:45 PM by Shayla Perry
Tonight on NBC, after last night’s live show from New York City, America have voted. Wait… America HAS voted. (Sorry, Nick Cannon!) Twelve acts gave their all, but only four can make it through to the next round of the competition. Who’s moving on? Find out everything you missed on America’s Got Talent after the jump.
New York; it’s the concrete jungle where dreams are made of. So who’s going to get one step closer to realizing their dreams of stardom tonight?
The first group to hear their fate — Michael Nejad, Shanice and Maurice, and Nikki Jensen. Howard Stern thinks that the clear choice is father-daughter duo, Shanice and Maurice, and America agrees, sending the pair to the next round of the competition.
After a stunning performance from Cirque du Soleil’s Zarkana, The Scott Brothers, Lil Starr, and 787 Crew head to center stage. Three very different dance acts, but only one can make it through to the next phase. According to your votes, that one act is The Scott Brothers.
Next up, David Garibaldi and His CMYKs, Jarrett and Raja, and the American BMX Stunt Team. America’s votes give the win to David Garibaldi and His CMYKs. But is Howard Stern right? Are they the ones to beat this season? Will they be able to win the entire competition?
Will.I.Am takes the stage to perform his latest single, “This Is Love,” then the final three acts – Edon, Todd Oliver (and his dogs), and Distinguished Men of Brass – are brought forward.
There’s only one spot left, and after Distinguished Men of Brass are eliminated, receiving the least amount of viewer votes, the choice is now up to the judges.
Howard is upset that Todd Oliver didn’t invest a thousand dollars in a good joke writer to make his unique act even better, but argues that Edon is still young and in 5 years, could come back and blow the competition away.
Ultimately, he and Howie decide that Edon is “the chosen one,” and will be moving on to the next round. And not that it matters, but Sharon agreed.
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