Do you want to find out the lineup for Monday night’s edition of “America’s Got Talent” a little bit early? Thanks to AGTNews.com, we can now tell you the eclectic mix of performers who are going to be hitting the stage next week for their first opportunity to pick up some votes from America — and try to impress Howard Stern, Sharon Osbourne, and Howie Mandel at the same time.
In this list we have a painter, multiple singers, a child dancer, and a pair of magicians who are throwing some comedy into the mix. There’s also plenty more that may either make you cheer or roll your eyes.
David Garibaldi and His CMYKs – A performance art act. We’re admittedly still a bit biased towards Garibaldi as someone who loved his work before he ever even went on the show.
Nikki Jensen – A singer, who is originally from Australia.
The Distinguished Men of Brass – You likely remember this adult marching band-esque group from their Tampa Bay audition.
Lil Starr – She’s the young dancer who may just be a little too enthusiastic for our taste.
Shanice and Maurice Hayes – A singing duo that spans generations.
Edon – One of our favorite singers, and one of the few people ever to rock this stage with a colorful yarmulke on their head.
787 Crew – The electric dance team from Puerto Rico.
Jarrett & Raja – A comedic pair of illusionists who we haven’t really seen much of this season so far.
American BMX Stunt Team – These guys seriously need a better name.
Todd Oliver – He runs a stage circus and uses many rescued animals in his act. (Remember the “ventriloquist dog”? That’s him.)
Michael Nijad – The guy who made a broom into a musical instrument. This time, he’ll make a garbage can into a drum. Oh, wait…
The Scott Brothers – A popping duo. Can they top Turf as the best street-performing act this season?