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Piers and Sharon enlist the help of a Deal-maker to criss-cross the country in search of million-dollar talent.

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

Host Nick Cannon
Judges Howie Mandel
Piers Morgan
Sharon Osbourne
Announcer Joe Capitano
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
Web www.nbc.com/gottalent 
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NYC Auditions 2
June 15

The fight for a million continues as America's Got Talent continues its stay in New York City.


First up, Mary Ellen Elaine Rineer (74-years-young singer/keyboardist who looks strangely like Sharon) had dreams of doing this. Will it turn into a nightmare with Patsy Cline's "Crazy"? Umm... yeah. Pretty nightmarish. The judges say... 2-1, yes?! WHA?!

Rudi Macaggi will balance things on his head... on champagne bottles. On a basketball... The acrobat makes it. We like him! How about the Spangles Dance Company (80s dance troupe)? We like them! How about Eric Koloski (yo-yo champion)? We like him! Michael Grasso (magician) with his box of doom... WE LIKE HIM!!

Dance Montage. Anna & Patryk ... IN. That was it for the montage. Thanks, NBC.

Meanwhile, Just the Two of Us (lutist, flautist) go the route with "Embraceable You"... And no one embraces it. Maybe if she played the flute more. "Sitar, guitar." Sharon wins.

Joseph "Chale" Ray (39, Washington DC) is here to become a singer and voiceover talent. Well, he has a voiceover voice. He has a lounge lizard singing voice, though... At least he has that whole voiceover thing to work on. He should make a few calls. Lovell Buchanan ("Little Willie") and the Main Squeeze Orchestra (accordionists) get to join her.

Nina Mojares (10-year-old singer/dancer) fronts her act, Legit, a dance crew.  She sings "Mercy" by Duffy. Pretty good for a 10-year-old... but not great. Sharon says she has a great stage presence, calling her a little "precise". It's good, but she needs to take it up a notch. Howie says yes. Piers says no, not quite ready yet. Sharon... says NO.

The weather has taken a turn for the worse. Will Alice Tan Ridley keep the talent on the up and up? She's actually the mother of "Precious" star Gabourey Sidibe, but she'd like to be a star in her own right. She's been singing on the subways. Will she sing on the stage? Yes, she sings "At Last". Needless to say, she blows it out of the water. Put her through please... and thank you.

Edgewater's Chipps Cooney (illusionist) started doing magic when he was 12. Everything's gotta be right on time today. Piers has had enough before the first illusion. Okay, here's the thing about Chipps... he's bad, but he's so obviously bad that he's good. Piers is going to say no. The others are going to say yes.

So we took a bite out of the Big Apple, but where will we end up excreting it? Find out next time.

To see tonight's episode in its entirety, or to apply to be a contestant on the next season, go to www.nbc.com/gottalent.