Who Won Season 10 of America’s Got Talent?

17 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

America’s Got Talent.

It’s the season 10 finale of America’s Got Talent, and the fate of a couple of singers, a few comedians, a magician, a mentalist, a little guy with a ladder, a bloke with a puppet, a magic dragon, and a man who can swallow whatever is currently in your kitchen junk drawer has been announced. See his goodbye to the show and love letter to New York City. “I thought it would be really cool to be a judge, because I think I have something to offer,” he says. “If I had any dream about this, it’s that I could take someone who was struggling and seriously give advice.

No one was banking on me.” Stern also notes that his stint on “AGT” has provided him with a new set of fans. “I’ll go to a restaurant and parents will bring over their 10-year-olds to sit on my lap to take a picture. You would think that the promise of national exposure might draw some quality acts, but perhaps those people are too busy making money to spend a summer trying to win the lone prize of a dismal $25,000 a year. The 10 finalists – one of whom will be named the champion tonight – includes two comedians who aren’t funny and two magicians whose tricks were lame enough to be seen through.

PBS The story of the discovery of the latest member of the hominid branch, Homo naledi, unfolds in this hourlong presentation from PBS and National Geographic. Just when I’m about to hide behind my couch cushion because Jeff Ross makes me so uncomfortable, The CraigLewis Band takes the stage with gospel legend Yolanda Adams to sing “I Want To Know What Love Is” by Foreigner. Expedition leader Lee Berger advertised for scientists who were both tiny enough to squeeze in and brave enough to do it; he ended up with six young women who unearthed 15 skeletons. Fox We appreciate that Christina Tosi makes for a better judge than the perpetually dyspeptic Joe Bastianich, but she doesn’t add enough to make up for “MasterChef” simply being played out. I enjoyed “Buzzer Therapy” where Jerry Springer shepherds some of the more interesting acts (remember that weird kid who could squirt milk out of his eye?) on how to live their lives after AGT.

And if Paul Zerdin follows in the very successful footsteps of season 2 winner and fellow ventriloquist Terry Fator, he’s definitely going to need a bigger bank account for all the money he will be making.

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