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'America's Got Talent' Recap: Four Acts Move On to the Semifinals

Nick Cannon, in yet another blue velvet suit, tells us that all 12 acts are having "a great time" in the green room. Oh yeah, I bet they're just loving the way you shut them all in the same tiny room and made them dress the same way they were dressed last night. There's two dogs in there, for god's sake. And what do they have to eat? To sustain them? A bowl of Orville Redenbacher popcorn that Nick Cannon will undoubtedly jokingly "eat" and spill on the floor.
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