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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
Georgie Hurford-Jones
Packager SYCOtv
FremantleMedia North America
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 9p Tues & Wed, NBC
Available In High-Definition Where AvailableStreaming Online

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Auditions: Houston/Miami
July 1

We've had some amazing singers, dancers, magicians, and... well, whatevers... to take the stage. But now the auditions are about to go to levels not seen this year as we continue the search for the million dollar act in...


Five... four... three... two... one... BLAST OFF!

For the first time ever, America's Got Talent is in H-Town, and the biggest crowd in AGT history is hoping to get the callback to Vegas.

First up is Devani, a 29-year-old singer originally from Russia, now living in New York. She immerses herself in emotions and feelings. She says that she'll give 110%. She'll try out "Queen of the Night" from the Bodyguard... and right now, her voice needs a bodyguard, because I want to beat it senseless. Interestingly enough, she survived the full-ride with only Piers' X. So much for her.

Then comes Vila, a guitar-and-washboard act with a lawn mower. And then it gets weird. Nick is brought out to toss vegetables into the lawn-mower, and it looks like a Double Dare physical challenge gone horribly wrong. Next up is Rusty Reese, who sings "If I Were A Rich Man". Can we throw this Fiddler back on the roof? Next is Stone White, who sings "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)"... a bit angrily.

So thousands of people lining up... with no talent amongst them. Suffice it to say.... "Houston, we have a problem."

Next is a group of girls who think that they're shining lone stars. They are the Lake Houston Performing Arts Center, about 20 Carrot Top clones who like to dance.  Surely they can't be any worse than what we've seen so far... And thank goodness, they aren't. Lots of coordination. Piers says that wigs worked to bring out the dance. Sharon wants to meet the choreographer to tell her what a good job she's done. David says they're the best act they've seen. They're in.

So far, we've seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. Will we see a winner, though? Maybe in Pam Martin and her Jack Russell terrier Viva. They both have been dancing since Pam's husband passed away. She wants America to embrace Viva as she has. They'll dance to "Funky Shoes". And it would appear that Viva's a spunky one. She calls it "Canine Freestyle". Piers calls it entertaining. David calls it adorable. They're in. Viva... Las Vegas.


Beautiful people, beautiful beaches, beautiful weather... beautiful talent?

First up is Marti Brill, a Miami magician who is confident that he's going to take down the competition. He's practiced every single day. He doesn't think he's going to screw up on Got Talent. We'll see. David... isn't hopeful. And it gets boring early. After a while of supporting him, the "fourth judge" turns on him quickly. So do Piers and Sharon. David allows him to continue unabated. And he probably should've razzed him. Piers sums everyone's opinion, including mine... "You're the most annoying man in Miami."

It doesn't get any easier for poet Brandon Paxton... or singer Diego Baner... or wrestlers Midwest Entertainers... Piers: "You may have the guns, but we have the Cannon."

No sunshine in the Sunshine State, but what about Joseph Constantine & KC, illusionists from Orlando. They've put everything on the line for this one big break. It's tough for all of us, but especially for him. But they don't think that it's the end. They start with the old "cutting your wife in thirds" routine. David thinks that it's a nice presentation, but we've already seen it before. Same with Sharon, though she's never seen HIM do that trick. Piers thinks that it was the best example of the trick we've seen before. The Fourth Judge wants them to move on. David says no. Piers... says yes. It's up to Sharon. She appreciates the effort. She knows how important this is... Sharon... says yes! They're in, 2-1.

The day continues... and the talent is on a run with belly dancer Fuchsia FoXXX working it... contortionists/hoopists Circus R Us working it... and the Hurricane Tricksterz kicking ass...

The day ends with a breakdancer hoping to quit his day job and move into the limelight. Here comes Hairo Torres twisting and turning and contorting and frankly, making everyone dizzy. Sharon thinks that he's unique. Piers wants to see more of him. He's in.

The journey continues for him and all of today's winners. Next week, though, we may have the man to beat them all. Be there to share in the magic.

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