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June 23


Piers, Sharon, and the Hoff are back criss-crossing the country in search of million-dollar talent.

Recaps by Chico Alexander, Jason Block, Don Harpwood & Gordon Pepper, GSNN

Host Nick Cannon
Judges David Hasselhoff
Piers Morgan
Sharon Osbourne
Creator Simon Cowell
EP Simon Cowell
Cecile Frot-Coutaz
Scott St. John
Jason Raff
Packager SYCOtv
FremantleMedia North America
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 9p Tues & Wed, NBC
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Auditions: Seattle/Miami
June 24

Last time on America's Got Talent, we hit New York City, Chicago, and Seattle... and New York City, Chicago, and Seattle hit back. Now it's on to Miami and back through the Emerald City. Who's going to Vegas and who's going home? Time to show the world that America's got talent!

The search for million dollar talent continues in...


First up, Manuela Horn, a 36-year-old mother of two who loves to sing with her kids. It's because of them that she's here. But how will she do with ... a dominatrix act? REALLY!? Technically, she's a yodeling dominatrix who sings. I don't know what's more painful, the yodeling or her whip. And she even throws in a jig. Nice. Piers thought it was very entertaining. She gets three "ja's" and she's on her way to Vegas.

And she's not the only one, as we welcome the Comic-Bots, a band of guys in giant robot suits. TRANSFORM... into semifinalists!

Next is Tom Durnin, a retired firefighter who pops and locks to "Baby Got Back". Also includes some magic. He's in.

Next is G-Force, a girl band. Emphasis on girl. They're in.

Next is Rafael Serrano, a bouncer from Federal Way, WA. He says he's got to be tough. He holds his ground. He has a command. He wants to show the world what he can do. And he's singing... "The Last Dance" by Donna Summer. With no shoes on. And in a falsetto. This is begging for an X. And Piers and David... thank you. Sharon's dancing. And Rafael does the splits to end the act on a painful note. And Nick's dying. David: "You hurt every man in this room." Unfortunately, it's a yes from Sharon. Fortunately, it's a no from the others. Thank you.

Now it's time for little people with big steps... Eric & Rickie, eight-year-old dance partners. They're sick of each other, but they're quite fond of each other as dancers (and nothing more... well, maybe friends). They dance to "Proud Mary"... the Tina version. I think they were on Dancing with the Stars last season, but I'm not quite sure. And if they weren't, then they should've been. And Eric breaks out with the worm. They're both good dancers to be sure, but not as cohesive as a unit. Sharon thought it was fun to watch. David says that they're what this show is all about. They give them the pass, 3-0.

And we pass through the city where the heat is on, all night on the beach... *puts on wayfarers* ... to the break of dawn.


First contestant is 28-year-old Jennifer Guadix, who works out of UMiami's cardiothoracic surgery ward. She's really nervous, but at the same time, she's looking forward to performing in Vegas. She wants to show us something "different" (C-Note: when someone says that, they've usually got something that would otherwise be unfit for a television audience). That something "different"... is a dance to "Circus". Well, it's supposed to be a dance for one, but it turns into a duo. Remember that Jennifer had a suitcase? She was hiding another Jennifer inside.... And a rather bad one at that. David and Sharon razz'em... Piers? "Why would you even try?" David's line of the night: "I think you should both get into the suitcase and mail yourselves home."

Drew Thomas didn't bring any luggage, because he's hoping to do something amazing with his illusionist act (and partner Rebecca). They're hoping to get out of job after job and land a steady gig in Vegas. He takes a seemingly empty box and makes three women appear out of it. Nice little act. Finally, a magic act worth shouting about. David wants to send him through right then and there. So is Sharon. So is Piers. Get your ticket and check your crate! You're going to Vegas!

Next are triplets Alexandra, Monica, and Izabella, together known as Alizma. They were born in Poland, but now call Miami home. They come equipped with violins. And they're not afraid to use them. What they are afraid of is delegating a speaker. So they're all speaking. Hopefully they can all sing as well. They sing a little Charlie Daniels, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". They're not good singers... but they're great performers and okay fiddlers. And they're beautiful. Piers just wants them to play the violins. Sharon agrees that they can't really sing. But they are talented. They get a pass.... Hope they don't blow it.

Things are picking up with Janifer James, a 30-year-old student and dance teacher. She's been showered with praise since she was a little girl. Will the judges do the same tonight? She'll be doing... African bohemian dance under the name Nubian Beauty. And by "dance", we mean "sit on the floor and flex her boobies... and bootylicious pelvic thrusts." And then it gets weird. She gets the triple X, and Nubian Beauty goes into talking back at the judges. We all know where THIS goes. To the land of parting gifts with you.

The Veniamin Shows (featuring the Human Blowfish) put it together to get torn apart.

Tim Monteith, a dancer with Kewpie Doll partners... also gets disassembled.

DeanO and Friends are clowning around... and the judges are not feeling "It".

Dan Diaz, the balancing server, stacks buckets... right before he kicks the bucket.

"Miami is a strange place."


It's getting close to the end of the day in Miami, and the last contestant is Arcadian Broad, a 13-year-old dancer. This is all he knows how to do, and he has been told that he does it well. His advice: feel as if nothing can get in his way. He interpretively dances to "I'm Still Standing". When he's doing the ballet moves, it's actually very good. Otherwise, it's like... what? David thinks that it's great. Sharon says he's got a god-given gift. Piers says he's great. End result: Arcadian's on his way to Vegas!

I don't think he lasts, though. But I've been wrong before, and I'm wrong now, then I welcome it.

Next time, the search for million dollar talent takes a turn... and a twist. Trust us on this.

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