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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
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Auditions: Houston
July 8

The most popular show in the country right now has shown up that America has indeed got talent. How much talent could there possibly be left? AND do we have a winner in the midst? The search for the $1 Million Act continues in Houston.


Texas has drawn record crowds, and we've already seen a few of them do their things. Will we find some more?

First up are three Texas tenors, Mark, John, and Jason... They call themselves... the Texas Tenors. They're pinching every penny to get buy. Can the three of them together make something happen? They're going to sing "Mountain Music" by Alabama. Great harmony together. Jason needs to keep the mic a little bit away from his mouth. Nice little fusion of country and opera there. The Fourth Judge is ready to send them through. David thinks they did a VERY good job. Sharon says they need to perform a lot more together. Piers enjoyed it. He says yes. Sharon and Hoff agree. They're off to Vegas!

Next is Bruce Thomas, a 51-year-old musician who believes that he is the only person in the world who can compose music from his hands. He's a handyman by trade, and he'll be a handyman by talent... making hand farts. He'll be performing "Yankee Doodle".  Aaaaaand it doesn't last long.

Next up, an urban burlesque troupe calls the Ruby Revue..  They're... new at this. In Sterio are next with their magic flutes... They don't last long either. The Crispy Family Carnival staple things to each other and lift things with their nipples... Painful, yes. Gruesome, yes. ....

Next on the stage trying to cleanse our palate is Acrodunk, the familiar basketball dunking aerobatics troupe. They're hoping that second... or third.. or fourth... I lost count... time's the charm. They go into their act, flipping and dunking to "Boom Boom Pow" by the Black Eyed Peas. Thun-derrrrrrrrrrrr-dunking. What do the judges say? David has seen hunks in trunks trying to dunk... and they're the best at it. All three say YES!

It's hot outside. Will it be hot inside with Live in Color (Dance troupe)? Yes. How about with Anna Pipoyan (belly dancer with a candelabra)? Yes. How about with rapping waiter Eclipse? OH YEAH.

Can big things come in small sizes? Eleisha Miller is excited more to see Nick in action than in playing the piano and singing. She's not that darn nervous to do what she's doing. She thinks if she won AGT, she'd faint. The 8-year-old from Amarillo, TX will perform "Proud Mary" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. She's awfully bulldozing with the cuteness here. Though she's sharp at points. Judges? David calls her an inspiration to all the kids out there, but the singing needs work. Sharon agrees. But she's adorable. Come on... are you really going to say no to this... Yeah, she is. Piers thinks she's funny, so... yes. David... YES!

She will NOT last long, though.

Next up, twins. Meet Timez 2 (Jamar and Lamar Jefferson), R&B singers. Double the pleasure, double the fun, two singers for the price of one. They sing Usher's "Yeah!" Double the singing... half the talent. But it almost doesn't matter, because they can work the crowd. David likes the raw talent. Piers didn't want to like it... but he did. Sharon says what everyone's thinking. More voice, less grind. It's up to her... YES!

Meanwhile, we meet 75-year-old retired telephone operator Grandma Lee. She can do the fun stuff without being the bad guy. She's ready to be a comedian one last time, living her dream. She jokes about his husband playing the change machine in Vegas and having her ashes sprinkled over the Krispy Kreme and how her daughter ain't a virgin anymore. "All this money I'm sending to college and you still say 'ain't'?" Then she says that she's do Piers. Grandma's a little dirty. Her delivery's on point. Three yeses.

We're down to the last contestant in Houston, and here to perform is a stay-at-home mom named Barbara Padilla, originally from Mexico, now living in Houston. She never gave up her dream of being a singer. She'd be satisfied with doing her best. Will we hear her best with "O Mio Babino Caro" from Gianni Schicci? We've yet to have a powerful voice from a female opera singer... and Barbara just might do the trick. And the high notes at the end? That's just insane! She believes in miracles, having survived cancer for five years. Sharon thinks that she's absolutely perfect. Piers admires her spirit. David says that she's got heart. She's got talent as well. They give her a pass to Vegas. And I hope she uses it well, because she deserves it.

Okay, that's all the talent we can pack into an hour of television. Next week, the auditions wrap up with even more great acts.

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