America’s Got Talent review: Hunter Price, Oliver Graves audition

America's Got Talent season 13Tonight marks the sixth audition show for America’s Got Talent and as a whole, there is a lot to be excited about here! You’ve got acts from just about every persuasion and a last chance to see some of these people impress the judges. Heck, at the end of the episode you’re also going to get Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer — the last one before the Judge Cuts round officially begins!

We’re going to have, as we often do, live updates in this article on all of the acts taking part. Be sure to refresh this article throughout the night!

Hamster Wheel – These guys basically put together an elaborate mouse-trap of sorts that they spent 300 hours on. This is REALLY tough. It’s also really nerdy, which we appreciate. While we’re not sure that this is ever going to make it to Las Vegas, there is something fun about seeing it in a live-TV environment. There’s an actual risk!

Patches – This one completely caught us by surprise. This kid looked like he was going to come out and sing some sort of opera; yet, instead, he rapped and was reasonably good! He wasn’t so great that we think he’s going to make it to the finale, but we do think there’s charisma here and potential if he has strong enough lyrics.

Sergey and Sasha – These two are the consummate Vegas professionals. There were acrobatics, danger, head-balancing, and so much more. They are a father/daughter pair who has a lot of energy and enthusiasm to go along with their act. It actually feels like they could go places this season.

The Angel City Chorale – There are 170 PEOPLE in this choir. That is a huge army of performers coming from a lot of different backgrounds. We don’t know why they spent so long with the fake rain, given that they could’ve just went into Toto’s “Africa” earlier in we’d be happy. The one problem here is that there are almost too many people to understand the lyrics here all the time.

Oliver Graves – He’s a stand-up comedian who looks like he works at a Hot Topic, and it just so happens that most of his humor comes from one-liners. It’s probably one of the most random acts we’ve ever seen but most of his jokes were amusing. He wasn’t the best comedian we’ve seen but we like that he’s not your typical comic on this show. There was something surprisingly emotional about the way in which he reacted to the applause in the room.

Angel Garcia – A very gifted, unique performer. Check out our video below for more analysis of him!

Oscar the singing dog – We’ve got another video on this one — this act is enduring (it’s a singing dog), but it’s also ridiculous and has no shot of winning.

Hunter Price – He’s a singer / guitarist from Georgia with a raw quality to his voice. He tried to sing Bryan Adams, but Simon switched it up on him and allowed him to do something original. It’s fair to say that this was infinitely better. The song, by the way, is entitled “Left Behind.” America is totally going to vote for this dude for months, so be prepared to see a lot of him.

Blue Tokyo – Incredible. This group want athletic, musical, but also skilled when it comes to various sword techniques. They almost are reminiscent of Malevo from a past season in how they combine so many different elements into their performance. In our mind, they are definitely Golden Buzzer worthy.

Makayla Phillips – Our final Golden Buzzer! With that, we’ve got one more video for you to enjoy.

 

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