Tonight, “America’s Got Talent” is airing once again their latest results show, and this one could be somewhat interesting. The show did a fair thing and didn’t just pump out the singers; everyone got a pretty fair shake when it comes to placement, and there should be some variety acts who advance.
With that being said, you can go ahead and officially write in two singers for the next round in Calysta Bevier and Sal Valentinetti. Even though we don’t think Sal had the best performance on the world Tuesday, One Direction and big band fans combined should be enough for him. Meanwhile, we’d also go ahead and throw in there both The Clairvoyants and Steven Brundage, given that magic acts have shown themselves to be enormously popular the past few years and both were very good.
From here, things get a little more interesting, but we’re going to say Sofie Dossi gets in without the Dunkin’ Save or the judges. While we’ve seen much of what she does at this point, it is still impressive and adding the blindfold was a nice touch.
So who could be on the bubble? We’re going to assume that Sos & Victoria, despite performing last on the night, are done and over with. The same goes for dance crew FLIP. We see the remaining fives acts (Moya Anglea, Kadie Lynn Robertson, Viktor Kee, Ryan Stock and Amberlynn, and ThroWings) fighting for the final two spots. Our personal feeling is that Viktor and ThroWings should move on, but our guess is that Viktor and Kadie Lynn will, which we also wouldn’t be upset about.
The real wild-card going into tonight is clearly Ryan Stock and AmberLynn. Will audiences vote for him out of sympathy for what happened? We do feel for him, but what makes this so tricky is that even if the stunt had gone right, we’re not sure if America would have voted for him. This act can be a hard sell to more conservative viewers out there.
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