America’s Got Talent 11 was thoroughly entertaining, despite some finalists. It was helped by Simon Cowell, who brought some of Idol’s magic with him.
America’s Got Talent 11
On May 31, Laura Bretan, age 13, sang opera during the America’s Got Talent season 11 auditions, which were pre-taped.
Four days later, on June 3, Laura won Românii Au Talent, Romania’s version of the show. The prize was €120,000, or about $135,000.
Now, the winner of Romania’s Got Talent is a finalist on America’s Got Talent.
Once again, the America’s Got Talent finalists are dominated by singers—though this year, they’re young singers. And there are a few stand-out acts.
America’s Got Talent contestant Ryan Stock was hit in the neck with a flaming arrow during the live show last night. What happened, exactly?
America’s Got Talent’s judges narrowed 40 acts to 14 this week. Here are the acts that made it through, and ones that should have gone on to the live shows.
Everything you need to know about the America’s Got Talent season 11 act Elevenplay, plus video of their choreographed dance with drones.
A recap of America’s Got Talent season 11 premiere, with video of the two best acts from the episode: Tape Face and The Clairvoyants.
Simon Cowell is returning to the U.S. to judge America’s Got Talent, the summer NBC show he executive produces. NBC’s confirmation of the long- called him “a music executive, TV producer and star of some of the highest-rated television shows in the world” whose “discerning eye for talent and candid remarks have transformed popular culture and made him… continue reading