'America's Got Talent' judge Simon Cowell remembers Queen Elizabeth II: ‘I have so much respect for her’
"America's Got Talent" judge Simon Cowell closed out the season finale by paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, discussing the competition winners and reflecting on when Harry Styles entered the show.foxnews.com
Guest: Kechi Okwuchi
Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. on Houston Life, singer Kechi Okwuchi from Pearland is back! When she was 16, she survived a plane crash with burns all over her body and she received treatment at Shriner’s in Galveston. She went on to become a finalist on NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent.’ Now she’s joining the Houston Life crew in-studio with details on a new project and discuss her recent travels.
Florida, Texas have nearly 40% of new COVID hospitalizations in U.S.
Florida has had more coronavirus cases than all 30 states with the lowest case rates combined, according to the White House pandemic response team. During a press briefing Thursday, team members also said that Florida and Texas alone have accounted for nearly 40 percent of new hospitalizations across the country.news.yahoo.com
Gabrielle Union, NBC settle dispute over racism allegations
LOS ANGELES – Gabrielle Union and NBC said Tuesday that they have settled their differences in their dispute over her firing as a judge on “America's Got Talent,” which she said was retaliation for her complaints that the show tolerated racism on the set. “We’ve reached an amicable resolution," Union and the network said in a joint statement. "NBC Entertainment appreciates the important concerns raised by Gabrielle Union and remains committed to ensuring an inclusive and supportive working environment where people of all backgrounds are treated with respect.”Both sides declined further comment, and would not give further details. Variety reported soon after that Union, who is Black, believed she was fired because she had asked NBC and the show’s producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks from judges and producers. NBC said the investigation "found an overarching culture of diversity on the show.”___Follow AP Entertainment Writer Andrew Dalton on Twitter: https://twitter.com/andyjamesdalton.
Country singer Kameron Ross talks about his journey to Americas Got Talent
And now theres another voice to add to that list country singer Kameron Ross! Country singer Kameron Ross talks about his experience on "America's Got Talent." Your voice is absolutely amazing, and we are so proud of you, said Courtney Zavala, co-host of Houston Life.Houston Life's Derrick Shore and Courtney Zavala chat with country singer Kameron Ross. Through the years, Ross found some success with his country music career. Country singer Kameron Ross and his partner, Lio backstage at "America's Got Talent."
'AGT': Howie Mandel Slams Golden Buzzer for Show's First-Ever Spoken Word Poet
The 27-year-old college counselor hit the stage as the show's first-ever spoken word poet, and his deeply emotional performance earned him Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer. "Tonight's poem is an ode to my sister," Leake explained. When asked if he's close to his sister, Leake replied, "Very much. "Kind of," Leake replied, cryptically, before getting into his performance. "It's amazing to me that, on season 15, it's the first time that we're hearing someone [perform] spoken word," Mandel shared.
'America's Got Talent' Sneak Peek: Comic Michael Yo Cracks Up the Judges During No-Audience Audition Round
When a stand-up comic auditions for America's Got Talent, the energy of the audience can play a big role in the energy they bring to the stage. For comedian Michael Yo, however, he faced the unique challenge of having no audience at all, save for the show's judges. "If you're still confused on if you're really old or not, here's how you know you're getting old: When you start saying things your parents used to say to you," Yo jokes in the sneak peek. "By day 11, we just went OK, it really, really isn't safe now." RELATED CONTENT:'AGT': Eric Stonestreet Shines as Guest Judge Alongside Sofia Vergara'AGT': Bronx Dance Crew Earns Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer'AGT': Heidi Klum Brings Singer to Tears With Golden Buzzer Honor'AGT' Sneak Peek: Watch Terry Crews Compete In a Shirt Ripping ContestExclusiveExclusiveImageBylineZach SeemayerThu, 06/25/2020 - 08:51
Why Terry Crews Apologized to Gabrielle Union for Not Supporting Her 'America's Got Talent' Claims (Exclusive)
Terry Crews is willing to admit when he thinks he was wrong. In January, Crews said during a Today show interview that Union's accounts of the workplace was "never" his experience on America's Got Talent. Crews now admits to ET that he was "the wrong guy to ask about being on America's Got Talent because I love it." I'm going to be on a field somewhere," he says of how they are planning to shoot the show live. As for those competing, Crews notes, "Even the acts are going to be distanced.
'America's Got Talent': Sofia Vergara's 'Modern Family' Co-Star Eric Stonestreet Shines as Guest Judge
America's Got Talent welcomed a new guest judge for Tuesday's auditions. With Heidi Klum out sick -- with what turned out to be a cold and not coronavirus, which was a concern for her at the time -- Modern Family star Eric Stonestreet filled in for an exciting night of performances alongside his former co-star, Sofia Vergara. "Unfortunately, Heidi Klum is feeling under the weather today, but luckily Sofia was able to pull a few strings," host Terry Crews said, before introducing the special guest judge. Stonestreet -- who starred alongside Vergara on Modern Family for 11 seasons -- was thrilled to be a part of the fun. "By day 11, we just went OK, it really, really isn't safe now."
'America's Got Talent': Bronx Dance Crew Earns Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer After 'Fantastic' Audition
For the WAFFLE Crew dancers, America's Got Talent is an opportunity like no other. Taking the stage, the group introduced themselves, explaining that WAFFLE Crew stands for We Are Family For Life Entertainment. Without further ado, the group kicked off their audition, displaying their finely honed crew performance, which blends break dancing and hip-hop with their own influences and flourishes. With the Golden Buzzer, the WAFFLE Crew bypass the Judge Cuts round and move on to the live rounds later in the season. RELATED CONTENT:'AGT': Heidi Klum Brings Singer to Tears With Golden Buzzer Honor'America's Got Talent': Inspirational Homeless Choir Earns Golden Buzzer From Tearful Terry Crews'America's Got Talent': Archie Williams, a Wrongly Incarcerated Singer, Wows Judges With Tearful Performance
Gabrielle Union Says She Wants to Hold 'Bad Apples Accountable' Amid 'AGT' Drama
Gabrielle Union is speaking out amid her drama with America's Got Talent. The complaint has since been closed, as Union requested an immediate right to sue, which she was granted. "Trying to figure out how you work around the bad apples, as opposed to addressing and making those bad apples accountable and there being real consequences." Amid the drama with AGT, Union said she wants companies to "treat people fairly" and "have mechanisms in place for when things happen, there are consequences." RELATED CONTENT:Dwyane Wade Defends Gabrielle Union After Discrimination ComplaintGabrielle Union's Discrimination Complaint Against 'AGT': What We KnowGabrielle Union Files Discrimination Complaint Over 'AGT' Exit
'60 Minutes' aside, summertime escapism rules network TV
LOS ANGELES Summertime escapism in the form of talent and game shows ruled on broadcast TV, with 60 Minutes the exception. For the week, CBS averaged 3.8 million viewers and NBC was second with 3.3 million. ABC had 2.9 million viewers, Fox had 1.8 million, Univision had 1.4 million, ION Television had 1.2 million, Telemundo had 890,000 and CW had 610,000. MSNBC had 1.8 million, CNN had 1.6 million, HGTV had 1.3 million and TLC had 1.2 million. 60 Minutes, CBS, 7.9 million.
'America's Got Talent': Heidi Klum Brings 'Insanely Good' Singer to Tears With Golden Buzzer Honor
The powerful vocalist and single mom took to the America's Got Talent stage on Tuesday's new episode and earned the Golden Buzzer after performing not one but two show-stopping numbers. Before Rae took the stage, the judges noticed her toddler, Jeremiah, stepping out from the wings of the stage between auditions, and were charmed by the cute kid. As Rae took the stage, joined by Jeremiah, the Nashville native was asked why she chose to audition for AGT, and she explained, "I need this to change my life. the model added, gesturing toward the Golden Buzzer in front of her, before slamming her hand down and showing Rae in a flurry of shimmering confetti. Getting the Golden Buzzer means Rae immediately moves past the Judge Cuts round and into the next stage of competition.
'America's Got Talent' Sneak Peek: Watch Terry Crews Compete in a T-Shirt Ripping Contest! (Exclusive)
When it comes to amazing feats of acrobatics, strength, stamina or physical prowess, America's Got Talent has long been the place to go to prove yourself. But for contestant David Rush and his talent of ripping shirts off his body, he chose to up the ante by challenging host (and body builder) Terry Crews. In this sneak peek from Tuesday's new America's Got Talent auditions, Rush and Crews stand side-by-side on stage at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, each waddling uncomfortably while wearing over two-dozen white T-shirts, layered on top of one another. judge Heidi Klum yells before Rush counts down from three and the buzzer rings, sending both men into a shirt-ripping frenzy. The show is reportedly retooling the season to keep production going in a way the show never has before -- possibly remotely.
Gabrielle Union Files Discrimination Complaint Against Simon Cowell, NBC and More Over 'AGT' Exit
Gabrielle Union's saga with NBC, Simon Cowell, FremantleMedia and Syco Entertainment over her departure at America's Got Talent isn't over. In the complaint filed by attorney Bryan Freedman, Union also claims NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy tried to "silence and intimidate" her, according to multiple reports. In a statement to ET on Thursday, NBC said, "The allegation that anyone involved in this process threatened Ms. Union is categorically untrue. Union's complaint comes a week after she opened up about her experience at America's Got Talent. RELATED CONTENT:NBC Boss Says 'America's Got Talent' May 'Put New Practices in Place' Amid Gabrielle Union InvestigationSAG-AFTRA Expanding Fremantle Media Investigation After Gabrielle Union and Orlando Jones' ExitsGabrielle Union Details 'Toxic Work Environment' at 'America's Got Talent'
'AGT': 10-Year-Old Singer Brought to Tears After Earning Golden Buzzer From Sofia Vergara
The 10-year-old singer came out to audition for the America's Got Talent judges during Tuesday's new episode, and her earnestness earned her the Golden Buzzer from the show's newest judge. But she was quick to share some love with newcomer judge Sofia Vergara. "Let me just say, I love you and I watch you on Modern Family," Battaglia said, smiling. Vergara couldn't contain her appreciation for the singer, saying, "You're 10 years old, it's impossible to sing like that at 10 years old." she added, as she stood and slammed down the Golden Buzzer, showering Battaglia in shimmering confetti.
How Archie Williams Kept Hope Alive While Incarcerated for 36 Years for a Crime He Didn't Commit (Exclusive)
Archie Williams served more than 36 years in a maximum security prison for a horrible crime he did not commit, and is now a standout fan favorite on this season of America's Got Talent. After 12 years of being incarcerated, Williams reached out to the Innocence Project and asked it to look into his conviction. Williams was finally released after more than 36 years in March 2019. It was really hard to believe after all the denials that I received over the course of the years," Williams recalls. Williams' performance brought all the judges to tears, earned a standing ovation from everyone in the theater and was met with universal praise during the judges' feedback.
Gabrielle Union Speaks Out About 'Toxic Work Environment' at 'America's Got Talent'
Gabrielle Union is speaking out for the first time about her experience working on America's Got Talent that led to her exit after one season. The 47-year-old actress was a judge on season 14 of the NBC talent show before her departure in November. A Variety report later claimed that Union had expressed concern about the show's "toxic culture" to NBC's Human Resources department. In a new Variety interview published on Wednesday, Union talks directly about her experience at AGT. For more on Union's AGT departure, watch the video below:RELATED CONTENT:SAG-AFTRA Expanding Fremantle Media Investigation After Gabrielle Union and Orlando Jones' ExitsGabrielle Union Shares Inspirational Message to Women Following 'America's Got Talent' ExitJulianne Hough Says Gabrielle Union's 'AGT' Meeting Was an 'Amazing Step'
'America's Got Talent': Inspirational Homeless Choir Earns Golden Buzzer From Tearful Terry Crews
From the moment Voices of Our City Choir took the stage on Tuesday's Americans' Got Talent season 15 premiere, it was clear they weren't your traditional choir group. "I thank God for Voices of Our City Choir. "What they did today has moved me to this point right now," Crews added, before slamming the Golden Buzzer and bringing the entire choir to tears of joy. Crews got choked up as well while speaking with the singers backstage after giving them the Golden Buzzer. "We love you guys, and I'm honored to help you today," Crews shared.
Who Is Archie Williams? Everything You Need to Know About the Standout 'AGT' Contestant
Archie Williams became one of the standout stars of this season of America's Got Talent from the first moment he took the stage Tuesday. The victim did not at first identify Williams, but was repeatedly shown his picture and eventually named Williams as the man who'd attacked her. But being a poor black kid, I didn't have the ability to fight the state of Louisiana," Williams said in a segment on AGT. Williams was sent to Louisiana State Penitentiary, an infamously brutal prison sometimes referred to as the Alcatraz of the South. "You had the choice to be either strong or weak, because you will be tried, and tested," Williams said on AGT.
Simon Cowell on Not Having a Phone for 3 Years and the Future of 'AGT' in Quarantine (Exclusive)
Even amid the coronavirus pandemic, Simon Cowell doesn't regret choosing to not have a cell phone. ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with the America's Got Talent judge ahead of the show's premiere on Tuesday night on NBC, and he talked about how he's been doing in quarantine. "I think it's really, really important during this process to keep your mind active, stay positive," he says. "I mean, I don't think we're gonna be at the Dolby Theatre with 3,000 people," he says about no longer having a live audience. I [was like], 'Wait, I have to think about this, I don't know if I can, you know, be a good judge or whatever.'
Heidi Klum Goes Topless in Weekend Quarantine Pics With Husband Tom Kaulitz
Klum, 46, proudly posed topless as she and her husband spent time sunbathing and relaxing in their home's backyard during quarantine. Klum has been staying home and staying safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, Klum reminded her fans that whether you're healthy or not, social distancing is important. "Social distancing is what we all need to do right now to be responsible citizens of the world. RELATED CONTENT:Heidi Klum Keeps It Real in Quarantine With Post-Dinner Bare Belly PicHeidi Klum Reveals She Tested Negative for CoronavirusHeidi Klum Says She's Sick With a Fever and Cough But Can't Get a Coronavirus Test
Julianne Hough mourns her dogs' deaths in touching Instagram tribute
Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images(CNN) - Julianne Hough is mourning the death of her beloved dogs, Lexi and Harley. The "America's Got Talent" judge on Saturday shared a photo on Instagram of herself cuddling the two "babies." "Pure love is real, it existed through us," Hough wrote in the caption. "Lexi and Harley were not just pets to us, they were our children, and we loved them as such." "Thank you Lexi and Harley, for teaching me grace, softening my heart, and showing me love.
Heidi Klum Talks Returning to 'America's Got Talent' Without Mel B: 'I Miss
I'm excited to be back on that seat. I don't know her that well, so I'm really looking forward to working with her and I'm excited. I was very excited," Klum said of the former Spice Girl, who attended her Italian nuptials to Tom Kaulitz back in August. The limited-edition Minnie Mouse ear headband will be available at Disneyland Resort in California, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and on ShopDisney.com. There are fewer than 500 Minnie Mouse ear headbands from this collection available while supplies last.
'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Brings Heidi Klum Back as a Judge for Season 2!
Dixon is sitting in for former judge Mel B, who left the show following the end of the first season of AGT: Champions. The second season will once again be hosted by the incomparable Terry Crews. The upcoming second season of America's Got Talent: The Champions is expected to air sometime in 2020. RELATED CONTENT:Heidi Klum Addresses Leaving 'America's Got Talent' After 6 Years as a Judge'America's Got Talent: The Champions' Crowns a Winner! Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough Will Replace Heidi Klum and Mel B as Judges on 'America's Got Talent'
'America's Got Talent' Crowns a New Champion In Surprising, Emotional Season 14
After 16 long, exciting weeks -- and one of the greatest, most emotional finals in the history of the show -- America's Got Talent crowned a new champion on Wednesday. It all came down to Voices of Service, Ryan Niemiller, V. Unbeatable, the Detroit Youth Choir and Kodi Lee. And the America's Got Talent season 14 champion is...... the inspirational pianist Kodi Lee! Other performances included Leona Lewis -- who performed with Lee -- as well as Cher and Billy Ray Cyrus. For more on this season of America's Got Talent, check out the video below.
'America's Got Talent': Young Golden Buzzer Winner Gets Cut in Emotional Semifinals
But, fans didn't find out who among the three got the axe until the final moments of the special episode. The two acts to step up alongside the acrobatic dance crew were Swedish musician Chris Klfford and Australian magician Dom Chambers. While Dowis' art is undeniably impressive and emotional, Beasha is a vocal powerhouse who shouldn't have been in jeopardy in the first place. The long-awaited America's Got Talent finals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': An Opera Diva, a Dance Crew & a Youth Choir Steal the Semifinals Spotlight'America's Got Talent' Results Show: See Who's Headed to the Finals!
Julianne Hough's Thoughtful Reason for Why She's Not Rushing to Start a Family (Exclusive)
Julianne Hough may be very maternal and nurturing on America's Got Talent, but that doesn't mean she's ready to have a baby quite yet. "I'm not right now, no, but, you know, that's definitely been a part of my future in the past. "I mean, we're living in a different time now where that was an old paradigm of what is expected," she said. ET spoke with Hough in 2018, where she was more forthright in her desire to start a family with Laich someday, even sharing the number of children she's wanted in the past. "I'd probably want to start our family in the next 10 years," Hough revealed.
'America's Got Talent': Inspiring Singing Group Voices of Service Leave Guest Judge
The second night of the America's Got Talent semifinals aired Tuesday, and it was jam packed with some of the most amazing performances of the season thus far. However, the show saved the best for last when they had Voices of Service close out the night. For their semifinals performance, Voices of Service delivered a deeply emotional cover of OneRepublic's "Choke," and it proved to be a powerful, touching showcase for the range of their vocal talents and the depth of their emotional resonance. For more on last week's semifinals results, and a run-down of the first five hopefuls who made it to the finals, check out the video below. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent' Results Show: See Who's Headed to the Finals!
'America's Got Talent' Results Show: See Which Fan Favorites Are Headed to the Finals
Only five acts in total were able to forward to the finals, and it was an exclusive group that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. Ultimately, Lee was voted forward and the heartwarming star could hardly contain his excitement as he stood onstage with his loving mom and brother. While it was a tough choice for all four judges, Hough and Union voted for the Youth Choir, while Mandel wanted to make Finley's dream come true. The second round of the America's Got Talent semifinals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Shirtless Acrobats, a Young Violinist and Kodi Lee Shine Brightest in 1st Semfinals'America's Got Talent' Results Show Gets Tense With Some Surprising Eliminations'America's Got Talent': See Who Dominated Week 3 of Quarterfinals
'America's Got Talent': Julianne Hough on Joining Sexy Acrobats for 'Magic
America's Got Talent kicked off the first night of their semifinals and things got steamy early on when the Messoudi Brothers took to the stage for a sexy Magic Mike-inspired performance that saw Julianne Hough get in on the act. Hough told ET's Denny Directo backstage after Tuesday's show. For Hough, getting to be part of the act is what sets AGT apart for her as a judge. "I said something about Magic Mike last week and they listened," she said, laughing. "Kodi Lee, he just transcends humanity," Hough told ET.
'America's Got Talent' Results Show Gets Tense With Some Surprising Eliminations --
Only seven acts in total were able to move forward, and it was an exclusive group that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. However, the first pairing of the night was a little less tense than the rest of the night. The next contestants to learn their fate were magicians Dom Chambers and Eric Chien, as well as aerialist Matthew Richardson. The final pairing came down to singers Benico Bryant -- who performed a powerful original tune on Tuesday -- and Mackenzie, who delivered a powerful cover of David Bowie's "Life on Mars?" The America's Got Talent semifinals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
'America's Got Talent' Judge Simon Cowell Reveals Why He Decided to Get In Shape
Simon Cowell hit the America's Got Talent red carpet on Tuesday, following the second night of the season 14 quarterfinals, and he opened up about his fit physique. The outspoken judge stopped to talk with ET's Denny Directo, who asked Cowell if his recent 20-pound weight loss was inspired by the show's new, famously buff host, Terry Crews. "Well, I'll need a couple of years at least, but I'll do my best," Cowell added with a smile. "First of all, you gotta give props to how great Simon Cowell looks right now. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer Winners Face Off in New Results Show'America's Got Talent': A Contestant Walks Off Stage After Simon Cowell Says He's 'Getting on My Nerves''America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell Celebrates 11-Year-Old Violinist and Cancer Survivor With Golden Buzzer
'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer Winners
Only seven acts in total were able to forward, and that save rounded out a list that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. The first show-down of the evening came when Crews called forward Cowell's Golden Buzzer act, 11-year-old violinist Tyler Butler-Figeuroa, and Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer act, charismatic singer Joseph Allen. Light Balance Kids were the first ones announced, but Crews revealed that they weren't the only ones. The next round of the America's Got Talent quarterfinals kicks off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': See Who Shined in Quarterfinals Week 2'America's Got Talent': Golden Buzzer Winner Among Those Sent Home in Surprising Results Show'America's Got Talent': Inspiring Musician Kodi Lee Brings Judges to Tears In Quarterfinals Performance
'America's Got Talent': Amazing Indian Acrobatic Dance Crew V.Unbeatable Rules the
After getting the Golden Buzzer earlier this season, the high-flipping, mind-blowing dance crew V.Unbeatable returned to the America's Got Talent stage on Monday during the second night of the season's live quarterfinals, and it's clear they are in it to win it. "Being part of V.Unbeatable gives us wings and allows us to fly." The feedback drew another standing ovation from the judges, and secured their status as one of the season's fan favorite acts. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell Shades Billie Eilish After Act Set to 'Bad Guy' -- Live Updates! 'America's Got Talent': Golden Buzzer Winner Among Those Sent Home in Surprising Results Show'America's Got Talent': 10-Year-Old Opera Prodigy Earns Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge Jay Leno
Simon Cowell looks different after going vegan
Simon Cowell attends the "America's Got Talent" Season 14 Live Show at Dolby Theatre on Aug. 13, 2019, in Hollywood, California. (CNN) - People have noticed that Simon Cowell is looking a bit different these days. "My memory's better, I feel better, so I didn't find it difficult. "Simon Cowell new face looks like a doll that you leave out in the sun to long and it starts melting," one person tweeted. What the 59-year-old has said is that he not only feels better, but he thinks he looks better.
'America's Got Talent': Golden Buzzer Winner Among Those Sent Home in Surprising
Thirteen-year-old songstress Ansley Burns, 15-year-old musician (and Golden Buzzer winner) Sophie Pecora, and the high-kicking drill dance team the Emerald Belles. This means Pecora, who'd earned a Golden Buzzer from judge Brad Paisley during the first night of the Judge Cuts Round, ended her AGT journey, along with the Emerald Belles. Broadway hopeful, and Golden Buzzer winner, Luke Islam was then called forward, along with the adorable pre-teen girl group GFORCE. I mean, he already has almost half a billion views online from his audition and his Golden Buzzer moment [and tonight] I think he beat that moment," Mandel marveled. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Inspiring Musician Kodi Lee Brings Judges to Tears In Quarterfinals Performance'America's Got Talent': 10-Year-Old Opera Prodigy Earns Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge Jay Leno'America's Got Talent': Young LED Dance Group Snag Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge Ellie Kemper
'America's Got Talent': 10-Year-Old Opera Prodigy Earns Golden Buzzer From Guest
However, on Tuesday's America's Got Talent, the young opera diva proved that her talent is the real deal. Essentially, before she even took the stage for her Judge Cuts performance, she'd already won over the hearts and minds of everyone watching, and as soon as she began to sing, any remaining doubts were instantly erased. And I'll say, 'I remember hitting the Golden Buzzer.'" True to his word, Jay slammed the coveted buzzer, showering Beasha in shimmering confetti and bringing her to tears. For more on the exciting AGT Judge Cuts Round, including last week's inspiring Golden Buzzer winners, check out the video below.
'America's Got Talent': Young LED Dance Group Snag Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge
"But there are only seven acts that can go forward, and I just wish there were some guarantee to get you guys through to the live show. Another 18 hopefuls will give it their best shot next week during the third night of the Judge Cuts round, with guest judge Jay Leno. For more on the exciting season thus far, including last week's inspiring Golden Buzzer winner, check out the video below. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Judge Cuts Week 3 Ends In Shocking, Tearful Eliminations -- See Who's Moving On! 'America's Got Talent': A Stand-Up Comic, a Magician & More -- See Which Acts Made It Through 2nd Judge Cuts'America's Got Talent': Find Out Which Seven Acts Made It Through First Judge Cuts!
'America's Got Talent': Mind-Blowing Indian Dance Crew Earns Golden Buzzer From
When the Indian acrobatic dance crew V.Unbeatable took to the America's Got Talent stage during this season's auditions, they wowed the judges with their unparalleled athleticism. And today, on this stage, this is y'all's house," Wade declared as he slammed the Golden Buzzer and jumped on stage to give the group a big hug. With the Golden Buzzer, V.Unbeatable's place in the finals was secured. For more on the exciting season thus far, including last week's inspiring Golden Buzzer winner, check out the video below. 'AGT' Week 6: Acrobatic Lovers, Blind Soul Singers and a Golden Buzzer Winner'America's Got Talent': Julianne Hough Slams Golden Buzzer for Amazing 12-Year-Old Broadway Hopeful
'America's Got Talent': Brad Paisley Slams Golden Buzzer for Inspiring 15-Year-Old
America's Got Talent entered the first night of this season's Judge Cuts round on Tuesday, and special guest Brad Paisley joined the judges to weigh in on the first round of cuts. Bringing his years of experience and talent to the table, Paisley proved to be a really wonderful addition to the panel. However, it wasn't too surprising when he gave the Golden Buzzer -- a power given to the guest judge each week of the Judge Cuts round -- to a musician. The second night of this season's Judge Cuts round kicks off next Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Find Out Which Seven Acts Made It Through First Judge Cuts Bloodbath!
'America's Got Talent' Sneak Peek: Mind Reading Duo The Sentimentalists Leave Judges
While the judges on America's Got Talent are no strangers to magic and illusion, a good display of mentalism is always pretty mind-blowing. In this exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday's America's Got Talent, which showcases the final night of auditions for season 14, the judges get a visit from The Sentimentalists, a pair of skilled mentalists with a decidedly retro '40s flair. Closing her eyes on stage, Steffi visualizes exactly what is on the piece of paper, which only Gabrielle can see. Union can't keep from looking shocked as the paper is held up revealing a small penciled sketch of a bushy tree. Fans who want to see the entirety of The Sentimentalists' astounding audition will have to tune into AGT on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
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'America's Got Talent': Hilarious Dancer 'Accidentally' Hits His Own Golden
Julianne Hough is the only America's Got Talent judge with a Golden Buzzer left -- but on Tuesday's show, she didn't get a chance to use it! The routine culminated on a surprising but hilarious moment, when the dancer leaned back across the judges' table, "accidentally" hitting his own Golden Buzzer! Gabrielle Union added, as Howie said it was his favorite Golden Buzzer ever. Ultimately, the Golden Buzzer didn't count, but Trigger got "Yes" votes across the board from the judges' and, to everyone's delight, made it through to the next round. "They did so well that I have to do this," he added, walking over to the judges' panel and up to the Golden Buzzer.
'America's Got Talent': A Contestant Walks Off Stage After Simon Cowell Says He'
Tensions were high on Tuesday's America's Got Talent, as Simon Cowell got heated with a contestant during his audition -- leading to an eventual walk-off. The stand-off between the two got slightly heated when Cowell told Landers, "Your problem is, you don't take risks," and asked him to come back later with another song to perform. "You are getting on my nerves right now, because I actually like your voice," Cowell told the singer. "He was really getting on my nerves," Cowell told his fellow judges as the singer exited. He eventually returned, and the judges -- including Cowell -- assured the singer that they were rooting for him, despite the rocky start.