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America's Got Talent
Season 10
NBC 8p ET Tuesdays

Previous Episodes
May 26
June 2
June 9

A supermodel, a Spice Girl, a comic cut-up, and the self-proclaimed King of all Media criss-cross the country in search of million-dollar talent.

Recaps by Chico Alexander, Lee DiGeorge & Gordon Pepper, GSNN
Host Nick Cannon
Judges Melanie "Mel B" Brown
Heidi Klum
Howie Mandel
Howard Stern
Announcer Joe Cipriano
Creator Simon Cowell
EP Simon Cowell
Trish Kinane
Sam Donnelly
Jason Raff
Richard Wallace
Packager Syco Entertainment
FremantleMedia North America
Origins Radio City Music Hall, New York City
Airs 8p ET Tues & Wed, NBC

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Auditions 4: AGT Extreme
June 16
(C-Note: some of the acts that you are about to read involve real danger in front of a live television audience. They were designed, practiced, and supervised by professionals, taking the contestants' safety into full account. They are extremely dangerous and should NEVER be attempted anywhere, by anyone, at any time.)

The talent keeps coming as we continue our search for this year's Million Dollar Act. Will we find it this special week of extreme auditions? Welcome to America's Got Talent Extreme!

We have a full two hours of extreme acts, so let's right into it with The Squad (Los Angeles), an all-star team of 11 former competitors brought together by a choreographer for... presumably fun and profit. Their act... a dance number to Jessie J's "Burning Up". It's not as even as it could be, but the isos are on point. If this were 11 dancers competing, they'd get through easily. But it's a group. Howie thought it was perfection... We beg to differ, but four yeses is a pass.

Joining them are Marawa (hula hooping), a group that blends guitars & fiddles, and Princess (dance duet).

Daniella Mass (22; Colombia; works in a furniture store) has been in America for a year. She was born with a pulmonary valve defect that was corrected, but she couldn't do much physically. Except sing. So that's the dream. She will perform "Con te Partiro" by Andrea Bocelli. She has very impressive range, but she tends to go a little flat when she's reaching in the upper register. The judges are impressed with the performance and that she's in an unfamiliar place. She gets a pass.

Time for a little magic with Aiden Sinclair (43; Cheyenne, WY), who will perform a card trick that he learned as a federal prisoner (five years in the hole, by the way). He asks Howie to keep him honest and Howard to make a call to his mother (and think of a playing card - the 10 of Hearts). Aiden takes WAY TOO LONG to get to the bloody point. That is the card that was flipped over in the pack... WAS the 10 of hearts. The judges want to see more, so on he goes.

Still waiting for the extreme, though.

Uzeyer Novrutzov (39; Las Vegas) says he does a little bit of everything, but mostly, he's a big fan of Charlie Chaplin. He'll be performing a mime goof on Charlie Chaplin's free standing ladder. It's cheeky. It's fun. Is it a million dollar act? No. Nice finish, though. Howie calls him what we'd get when Chaplin and Mr. Bean had a kid. They give him a pass.

Our next American dreamer is Hanako Matsuyama (59; IT network engineer), who's been in the US for a couple of years now. She says she can sing and dance ballet at the same time. Difficult, yes. the number is "God Bless America". And she sings... Not at all. That ... okay, then we get the singing after a moment. Heidi gives her the business, as does Mel B, and rightly so, because... well, her dancing's better than her singing. Which isn't saying much. Split panel, so it's a no-go.

And lest we forget... 'Murica.

Okay, we've suffered long enough, America. We're bringing the entire show outside for the next hour to welcome some of the most explosive acts we've ever seen. We start with the dirtbike stunt group of Metal Mulisha's Fitz Army (Los Angeles). They've ridden freestyle motocross together anywhere and everywhere. Their piece de resistance: the Kiss of Death. Needless to say... do NOT try this at home. After a few Superman maneuvers, we finally get to see the Kiss of Death. Mel B thought it was brilliant. Howie votes yes straight away. The rest of the panel follows suit.

After Nick gets his chance to demonstrate a faulty water jetpack, Damone Rippy (16, Austin, TX) gets HIS chance to demonstrate "flyboarding"... with said water jetpack. Turns out that instead of a jetpack, he'll be using jet shoes. For the first time in a while, it seems like we're seeing something truly unique AND can work in Vegas. The judges agree, so he's through. The 5th Judge especially likes his six-pack.

Cliff Ryder (39; Malibu, CA) is a bass jumper who got his start standing on a bike and jumping off of a building in California. Today, he'll be jumping out of a perfectly good helicopter from 3000 feet at a speed of 120 MPH... in 19 seconds. It's thrilling, to be sure, but unless he keeps pushing that envelope, he doesn't have a future in this. All of the judges thought it was thrilling.
They give him a pass.

Meanwhile, we meet a jet-skier, someone who drives a pickup side-saddle (with Nick riding shotgun), and Lord's Gravity, an acro-dunk team.

Wally Glenn (Bay Area, CA) also goes by the the alter ego... PYRO-BOY. As you can probably guess, his talent involves fire. Namely, setting himself ablaze with fireworks. And, really... how can you possibly top that. Howie had to buzz him. Howard starts the vote by saying... YES?! The ladies side with... Howard. WHY.

We're rounding out the show with Dr. Danger & the Daredevil All-Stars (Austin, TX), who are going to drive a school bus... into two other school buses. The good doctor thought his career was over when he broke three bones last year. BUT he's back on the bus. And equipped with a cadre of fire fighters ready to suppress and extract if something goes wrong. ... They're not needed. He's okay. He's got FOUR yeses to end the show.

... and it's no longer a talent show. It's a freak show. Hopefully we get back to what we're doing here next week.

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