We're less than two months away from the return of America's Got Talent. Summer is a time to let loose and have fun. And AGT certainly has proven they can do just that. NBC has released their first clip from the upcoming season 8 auditions, featuring new judges Heidi Klum and Mel B.
We're one step closer to having a complete list of season finale dates for all of our favorite network TV shows now that NBC has made it official. There's a wide range, starting at the end of March with Whitney and going all the way until the latter half of June with The Voice and Hannibal.
Now that Mel B and Heidi Klum have joined America's Got Talent, the judges have begun filming for season 8. Check out these photos from their first audition stop in New Orleans.
Gone are the days when a singing or talent competition show will ever have just three judges again. NBC has announced that supermodel and Project Runway host Heidi Klum is being added to the judging panel for America's Got Talent season 8, where she will sit alongside Howard Stern, Howie Mandel and Mel B (who was recently hired to replace Sharon Osbourne).
Are you feeling sentimental about America's Got Talent, now that we're at the finale results show? I'm not. And my sentimentality isn't helped by the fact that it's underscored by "Home" by Phillip Phillips, winner of American Idol. But whatever. Show More Summary
Our rankings for the Top 6 acts to perform in the finals on America's Got Talent season 7.
What horrors does the Season Finale of America's Got Talent have in store for us tonight? Thankfully, the show is only one hour long, but tomorrow night's results show is inexplicably 2 hours long. Gotta make room for Justin Bieber and the "worst of auditions" compilation piece, I suppose. Show More Summary
With very little fuss, we're getting right to the results tonight! All That!, Shanice and Maurice hayes, and Lightwire Theater come out on stage and of course Lightwire Theater will move to the Top 4. Up next, Jacob Williams, David Garibaldi and his CMYKs, and Sebastien El Charro de Oro hit the stage next. Show More Summary
Our rankings for the second 12 semifinal acts to perform on America's Got Talent season 7.
The semi-finals continue tonight, and they contain some of my favorite acts in contention for the Season 7 title. I guess the finale has six acts in it? I thought it used to be only four, but maybe I don't actually know anything. What I do know is that Nick Cannon really has some endurance. Show More Summary
We're finally at the point where America's Got Talent. Before, America had a bunch of assholes, but we've waded through that to get to the real acts, and now I don't have as good of an idea of who will move through this time. Only three...Show More Summary
Our rankings for the first 12 semifinal acts to perform on America's Got Talent season 7.
How long have we been watching this show? 8 months? A full human gestation period? It feels like a long time, and I blame Gabby Douglas for that. It's the beginning of the Semi-Finals tonight, and only three from this week will go through. Show More Summary
Nick Cannon's looking good this time, as he warns us that the Wild Card acts are "all smiling and laughing for now," but only four of them will be allowed to continue on and the rest of them will be devastated. They had all pretty much given up whatever they were doing until they heard they would be allowed to be on the Wild Card show. Show More Summary
Tonight is a night of second chances. Acts that blew it or just didn't get by for one reason or another are back tonight for a second shot at relative glory. Each judge gets four acts to bring back, and I'd be willing to be most of them are from that last quarterfinals show. Show More Summary
OK, how did America's Got Talent get Gabby Douglas? And if Nick Cannon tries to draw a correlation between her Olympic Gold Medal and the YouTube Acts on AGT, I will crap a brick. Right out. Nick also promises us Karmin, "one of the funniest guys on the internet," and a Howard Stern-centric clip package. Show More Summary
August 14 will forever be known as the night America's Got Talent went to the birds (and by "forever," I mean until Wednesday at roughly 2pm). Just one bird, actually. As if the hockey-like season wasn't long enough, we were treated to a YouTube-Snapple crapfest in our post-Olympic return to live performances. Show More Summary
Sharon Osbourne, one of America's Got Talent's long-time judges, is officially leaving the series as a result of NBC's treatment of her son. As first reported by the New York Post, Jack Osbourne was in talks to star in the network'sShow More Summary
After a four week long process of selecting the best talent in the quarterfinals, 16 of the initial 48 have been chosen to move onto the semifinals. Here are the final 16 contestants who will be competing for the ultimate AGT title.
If there's one thing the judges could agree on last night, it's that this fourth quarterfinals show was packed with talent. Almost preposterously so, actually. I have a feeling most of the wild card acts will be coming from people who don't make it through this week. Show More Summary