Dallas Auditions 2
Last time on America's Got Talent, it was
a trial-by-fire for our new judge Howie Mandel, as a whopping 16 acts
advanced to the Los Angeles auditions. Now the search for million-dollar
talent continues... in the Big D. Is everything truly bigger in Texas?
First up, a group of friends... ArcAttack,
a group that produces music... with a million volts of electricity. They
have ONE guy who's going to take it for the team. What will the others
do? Watch, I guess. In the 90 seconds they're given... a lot of
lightning, but not a lot of thunder as they play the "Imperial Death
March" from Star Wars. And apparently he's using the Force to affect
Sharon's X, because it's blinking on and off. Howie loves its
uniqueness. Piers thought it was incredible. It goes over Sharon's head
for some reason. They pass 2-1.
Next up.. Jeremy "Cut Throat Freak Show"
Kinison, who's got something "absolutely perfect"... a "genital
daredevil". That somehow involves fire, but I fear to know where.
It's... exactly where you think it is. And Howie is the sole holdout.
Make like Nick says and hit the damn buzzer! SHARON hits Howie's damn
Jenna Adora Somar is going to sing for
the judges... She's also an actress and a model. She thinks she sounds
sexy... At least she looks sexy. As far as acting... well, we can't say.
But she is... well, she sings "You're No Good", if that says anything.
No million, but Howie gives her a buck. Now go make change.
The showdown continues with ... dogs.
Namely, ten rescue dogs collectively named the Muttley Crew. Trainers
Bert & Frannie Davis get them jumping to "Who Let The Dogs Out?" Bert &
Frannie did... Bert & Frannie did. Piers, who normally doesn't like dog
acts, says yes en route to a sweep. Joining them: Le Freak, a disco
cover band... Chip Townsend & Team Chip, martial artists... Erin Go
Braughless, burlesque dancer...
What about Taylor Matthews, 18-year-old
singer from Louisiana? His biggest fan: his dad. His song: the SNC I'm
Yours Remix of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow". Howie thinks it's original.
Sharon says he's different and "an odd little thing". Piers... notes
that someone in the audience wants to marry him. Oh yeah. He's through.
Next is a band director, Ray Sanders.
He's going to play something that's so rare that only a small bit of the
population is going to see it in their lifetime. It is... a turkey
baster. He's playing the finale of the William Tell Overture... on a
turkey baster. The judges roast the turkey quickly. Also getting the
bum's rush, sexy biatch Nancy LaFancy... rank magician Jason Andrews...
and cruise singer Jason Dowty. And all the Xes leave Texas. Get. Off.
My. Company. Stage.
Enter Miss Donna, who twirls flaming
Samoan knives. Remember Piers' Law: if you mess up once, you get the X.
Did we mention that she was half-blind? Totally in the left eye? And
with no peripheral vision or depth perception? This will go over well...
NOT. But they send her through to Vegas anyway? WHA?
We've saved the best for last,
hopefully... He sings... He dances... He raps. He's in the sixth grade.
He's CJ Dippa. And he just broke up with his girl a week ago. Apparently
the playa's gotta play. So he's gonna play. He got the rhyme. He got the
moonwalk. Go CJ... Go CJ... Go CJ... Go Vegas... Go Vegas... The crowd
wants more... The judges give it to them.
So Dallas does come to play... The
question, will NYC live up to the hype? Find out next time.
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